Synopses & Reviews
This tour-de-force photographic voyage takes readers into the living world of the Maya, where color is not merely a matter of preference but a powerful statement of belief. Through dazzling photos, vivid travel tales, and the Maya's own poetic voices, readers will come to know the modern Maya as remarkable survivors who continue to sow their deified corn, commune with their gods, and paint life into their color-drenched village walls. 150 color illustrations.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 174-177) and index.