|Statement||[Dudley T. Easby, Jr.].|
|Contributions||American Philosophical Society, Jay I. Kislak Reference Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||E57.C37 A44 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. -115 ;|
|Number of Pages||115|
|LC Control Number||2011670115|
Alfonso Caso y Andrade, (born Feb. 1, , Mexico City, Mex.—died Nov. 30, , Mexico City), Mexican archaeologist and government official who explored the early Oaxacan cultures and is best remembered for his excavation of Tomb Seven at Monte Albán, the earliest-known North American necropolis.. Caso y Andrade studied at the University of Mexico and subsequently served on its . Caso y Andrade, Alfonso (–) Alfonso Caso y Andrade (b. 1 February ; d. 30 November ), Mexican archaeologist, intellectual, and public figure who wrote numerous works on Middle American indigenous to he directed the explorations of Monte Albán, one of Mexico's major archaeological sites. Books; Universalium Caso y Andrade, Alfonso Mexican anthropologist. born Feb. 1, , Mexico City, Mex. died Nov. 30, , Mexico City Mexican archaeologist and government official who explored the early Oaxacan cultures and is best remembered for his excavation of Tomb Seven at. Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Alfonso Caso y Andrade (* 1. Februar in Mexiko-Stadt; † November ebenda) war ein mexikanischer Archaologe und Rektor der Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM). Er machte sich im Bereich der prakolumbischen Forschungen in seiner Heimat verdient.
Alfonso Caso — y Andrade (February 1, Novem ) was an archaeologist who made important contributions to pre Columbian studies in his native . What were his jobs Alfonso Andrade was an Archaeologist and an Anthropologist. Caso y Andrade studied at the University of Mexico and subsequently served on its faculty from to He headed the department of Archaeology at the National Museum in –33 and was director. Alfonso Caso started his archaeological career as a professor, and also former student, at the University of Mexico from to where his specialty was Oaxacan history and culture. From there he became the Head of the Archaeology department at the National Museum in Mexico from to and soon became the director of the department from to Alfonso Caso Andrade () Del 15 de agosto de al 24 de marzo de L a Ley Orgánica de establecía que los rectores y directores debían ser electos por la comuni-dad universitaria, lo que implicaba la realización de campañas que no siempre estuvieron acordes con el espíritu universitario.
Alfonso Caso y Andrade (* r in Mexiko-Stadt; † November ebenda) war ein mexikanischer Archäologe und Rektor der Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM). Er machte sich im Bereich der präkolumbischen Forschungen in seiner Heimat verdient und war der Ansicht, dass die systematische Erforschung der präkolumbischen Zivilisation für das Verständnis der. Antonio Caso Andrade (Decem – March 6, ) was a Mexican philosopher and rector of the former Universidad Nacional de México, nowadays known as the National Autonomous University of Mexico from December to August Along with José Vasconcelos, he founded the Ateneo de la Juventud, a humanist group against philosophical positivism. categorias y criterios de la lista roja de la uicn version 3 1; 日本語教師のための言語学入門; catedra extraordinaria alfonso caso y andrade; greatness and success mighty foundation; canaima; insiders guide to south dakota s black hills badlands. Alfonso Caso y Andrade was an archaeologist who made important contributions to pre-Columbian studies in his native Mexico. Background CASO, Alfonso was born on .