Designs From Pre-Columbian MexicoBook - 1971
300 bold, rhythmic circle designs, originally incorporated on small clay spindle weights, depicting man-like deities, animals both real and fantastic, reptiles, birds, flowers, masks, geometrical figures, wheels, foliage, maze-like patterns, frets -- all employed with the boldness and fanciful characteristics of pre-Columbian art.
Publisher: New York, Dover Publications 
Characteristics: 105 p. (chiefly illus.) 24 cm