Washington: Carnegie Institution, 1938.
5 volumes in 6: Vol. I, pp xxviii, 465; Vol. II, (xii), 607; Vol.III, (x), 493; Vol. IV, xii, 496; Vol. V, in 2 parts, containing black and white photographic plates, engraved plates (many folding), and folding maps showing ground plans, terrain, etc. Folio, green cloth. Washington DC, Carnegie Institution, 1938. First edition. Fine but for the usual library markings.
Morley's magnum opus of many years studying the Mayan ruins and a classic work on Peten. Morley was in Guatemala for almost 40 years studying many of the subjects associated with archaeology especially Maya Hieroglyphs. He was a pioneer in the discovery and translation of Mayan Hieroglyphs.
Condition: Near Fine