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Conquistadors Without Swords: Archaeologists in the Americas, an account with original narratives by Leo Deuel - First Edition, First Printing - 1967 - from Uncommon Works, IOBA and

Conquistadors Without Swords: Archaeologists in the Americas, an account with original narratives

by Leo Deuel

Condition: Near fine/fine

New York: St. Martin's Press, 1967. First Edition, First Printing. Cloth. Near fine/fine. A near fine first edition, first printing, as stated, in a fine dust jacket. Rust-color cloth boards with gold title stamping and glyph on spine. Minor soiling to bottom edge (1/16" at corner).Illustrated with 43 plates, 142 figures and 30 maps. 45 pp. bibliography. 647 pp. including index. Octavo.


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