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Ballplayers and bonesetters : one hundred ancient Aztec and Maya jobs you might have adored or abhorred

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Readers are invited to journey back in time to Mesoamerica (1350-1521) before the Spanish Conquest where the ancient Aztecs, Maya, and other Mesoamericans believed that the gods created a world where everyone had a role to play, including a counterfeiter, queen, or a sacrificial victim.

Readers are invited to journey back in time to Mesoamerica (1350-1521) before the Spanish Conquest where the ancient Aztecs, Maya, and other Mesoamericans believed that the gods created a world where everyone had a role to play, including a counterfeiter, queen, or a sacrificial victim. Laurie Coulter is the author of six books, including Secrets in Stone: All About Maya Hieroglyphs. She lives in Toronto. Martha Newbigging has illustrated many books, including Research Ate My Brain, Attack of the Killer Video Book and two other books in this series: Cowboys and Coffin Makers and Archers, Alchemists and 98 Other Medieval Jobs You Might Have Loved or Loathed. She lives in rural Ontario.

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