BA & MA (Modern Greats) Oxford, MA (Int'l Trade) Univ. of Toronto, PHD (archaeol) Univ. of London.
A former Canadian ambassador to Mexico. Archaeological specialization, iconography of Teotihuacan. He is the founding director of the Canadian Society for Mesoamerican Studies, its first secretary; a very active scholar in the field. His e-mail address is email@example.com He has now stepped down as secretary in order to pursue research but will continue to serve on the board of directors.
This image, the Society Logo, is one of his drawings. It represents an owl with crossed spears and a shield, one of many references to militarism found in the surviving fragments of art at Teotihaucan. Dr. Langley has identified many Teotihuacan images and is an acknowledged authority in this area. Copies of his Ph D thesis - ......... - are availabe on request through the Society (e-mail above).
Recent publication: "Symbols, Signs and Writing Systems. in Teotihuacan: Art from the City of the Gods. Thames and Hudson, New York, 1993.
Web articles: Teotihuacan: Murals and Meaning. available here
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