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The Carnegie Maya IV is the fourth in a series of volumes that make available the primary data and interpretive studies originally produced by archaeologists and anthropologists in the Maya region under the umbrella of the Carnegie Institute of Washington’s Division of Historical Research. Collected together here are the Theoretical Approaches to Problems papers, a series that published preliminary conclusions to advance thought processes and stimulate debate. Although two of the three theories published in these reports have since been proven wrong, the theories themselves remain significant because of their impact on the direction of archaeology. Only a few sets of these three contributions to the Theoretical Approaches to Problems series are known to have survived, making The Carnegie Maya IV an essential reference and research resource. The corresponding ebook contains the complete set of The Carnegie Maya, The Carnegie Maya II, The Carnegie Maya III, and The Carnegie Maya IV, thus making hundreds of documents from the Carnegie Institution’s Maya program available in one source.

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  1. Cover
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  1. THE CARNEGIE MAYA
  1. Contents
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  1. List of Figures
  2. p. vii
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  1. List of Tables
  2. pp. xvii-xviii
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  1. Preface
  2. pp. 1-2
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  1. Introduction
  2. pp. 3-22
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  1. Tables
  2. pp. 23-26
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  1. 1.0. Administrative
  2. pp. 27-185
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  1. 2.0. Art and Architecture
  2. pp. 187-201
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  1. 3.0. Environment
  2. pp. 203-225
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  1. 4.0. Ceramics
  2. pp. 227-258
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  1. 5.0. Textiles
  2. pp. 259-260
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  1. 6.0. Hieroglyphic Writing
  2. pp. 261-272
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  1. 7.0. Linguistics
  2. pp. 273-286
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  1. 8.0. Ethnography
  2. pp. 287-317
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  1. 9.0. Ethnohistory
  2. pp. 319-368
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  1. 10.0. Physical Anthropology
  2. pp. 369-384
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  1. 11.0. Belize
  2. pp. 385-387
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  1. 12.0. Baking Pot
  2. pp. 389-390
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  1. 13.0. Pusilhá
  2. pp. 391-393
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  1. 14.0. San José
  2. pp. 395-397
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  1. 15.0. Campeche
  2. pp. 399-406
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  1. 16.0 Calakmul
  2. pp. 407-408
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  1. 17.0 Edzna
  2. pp. 409-412
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  1. 18.0. Chiapas
  2. pp. 413-418
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  1. 19.0. Bonampak
  2. pp. 419-423
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  1. 20.0. Yaxchilán
  2. pp. 425-430
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  1. 21.0. El Salvador
  2. pp. 431-432
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  1. 22.0. Guatemala
  2. pp. 433-452
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  1. 23.0. Kaminaljuyú
  2. pp. 453-466
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  1. 24.0. Sites near Lake Petén
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  1. 25.0. La Muralla
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  1. 26.0. Piedras Negras
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  1. 27.0. Quiriguá
  2. pp. 477-482
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  1. 28.0. Uaxactún
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  1. 29.0. Zacualpa
  2. pp. 517-519
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  1. 30.0. Honduras
  2. pp. 521-526
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  1. 31.0. Copán
  2. pp. 527-543
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  1. 32.0. Nicaragua
  2. pp. 545-548
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  1. 33.0. Quintana Roo
  2. pp. 549-552
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  1. 34.0. Cobá
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  1. 35.0. Tabasco and Veracruz
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  1. 36.0. Yucatán
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  1. 37.0. Chacchob
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  1. 38.0. Chichén Itzá
  2. pp. 577-653
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  1. 39.0. Ek Balam
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  1. 40.0. Mayapán
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  1. 41.0. Uxmal
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  1. 42.0. Yaxuná
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  1. Appendix 1
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  1. Appendix 2
  2. pp. 735-740
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  1. Appendix 3
  2. pp. 741-746
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  1. Appendix 4
  2. pp. 747-750
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  1. Appendix 5
  2. pp. 751-758
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  1. Appendix 6
  2. pp. 759-766
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  1. Appendix 7
  2. pp. 767-769
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  1. Glossary
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  1. References
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  1. Index
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  1. THE CARNEGIE MAYA II
  1. Contents
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  1. List of Figures
  2. pp. vii-xi
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  1. Foreword
  2. pp. xiii-xvii
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  1. Introduction
  2. pp. xix-xxiv
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  1. Table 1. Contents of CIW Current Reports, vol. 1 (1–14) and vol. 2 (15–41), 1952–1957
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  1. Preface to the Current Reports, 1952
  2. p. 1
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  1. No 1. Map of the Ruins of Mayapán,Yucatán, Mexico
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  1. No. 2. The Great Wall of Mayapán
  2. pp. 9-24
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  1. No. 3. Residential Property Walls at Mayapán
  2. pp. 25-29
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  1. No. 4. Excavations in House Mounds at Mayapán
  2. pp. 31-41
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  1. No. 5. Cenote X-Coton at Mayapán
  2. pp. 43-51
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  1. No. 6. Chacchob, Yucatán
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  1. No. 7. Archaeological Reconnaissance in Tabasco
  2. pp. 65-84
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  1. No. 8. A Portal Vault and Temple at Mayapán
  2. pp. 85-89
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  1. No. 9. Some Small Ceremonial Structures of Mayapán
  2. pp. 91-110
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  1. No. 10. Excavations in House Mounds at Mayapán II
  2. pp. 111-124
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  1. No. 11. The X-Coton Temples at Mayapán
  2. pp. 125-133
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  1. No. 12. Cenote Exploration at Mayapán and Telchaquillo
  2. pp. 135-142
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  1. No. 13. Boundary Walls and House Lots at Mayapán
  2. pp. 143-155
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  1. No. 14. Three Temples and Their Associated Structures at Mayapán
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  1. No. 15. The Northern Terminus of the Principal Sacbe at Mayapán
  2. pp. 179-186
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  1. No. 16. A Round Temple at Mayapán, Yucatán
  2. pp. 187-192
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  1. No. 17. Excavations in House Mounds at Mayapán III
  2. pp. 193-206
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  1. No. 18. Exploration on the Outskirts of Mayapán
  2. pp. 207-216
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  1. No. 19. A Presumed Residence of the Nobility at Mayapán
  2. pp. 217-226
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  1. No. 20. The Temple of Kukulcan at Mayapán
  2. pp. 227-237
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  1. No. 21. Excavations in Three Ceremonial Structures at Mayapán
  2. pp. 239-248
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  1. No. 22. Colonnaded Buildings at Mayapán
  2. pp. 249-270
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  1. No. 23. Exploration in Quintana Roo
  2. pp. 271-276
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  1. No. 24. An Archaeological Reconnaissance of Northern Quintana Roo
  2. pp. 277-305
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  1. No. 25. A Noble’s Residence and Its Dependencies at Mayapán
  2. pp. 307-319
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  1. No. 26. Early Ceramic Horizons at Mayapán and Santa Cruz
  2. pp. 321-327
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  1. No. 27. Another Round Temple at Mayapán, Yucatán
  2. pp. 329-336
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  1. No. 28. An Altar and Platform at Mayapán
  2. pp. 337-342
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  1. No. 29. A Residential Quadrangle: Structures R-85 to R-90
  2. pp. 343-386
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  1. No. 30. A Vaulted Temple at Mayapán
  2. pp. 387-396
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  1. No. 31. Excavation of a Colonnaded Hall at Mayapán
  2. pp. 397-405
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  1. No. 32. Three Serpent Column Temples and Associated Platforms at Mayapán
  2. pp. 407-422
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  1. No. 33. A Dwelling and Shrine at Mayapán
  2. pp. 423-432
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  1. No. 34. A Round Temple and Its Shrine at Mayapán
  2. pp. 433-443
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  1. No. 35. Exploration of the Cave of Dzab-na, Tecoh, Yucatán
  2. pp. 445-449
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  1. No. 36. Excavations in House Mounds at Mayapán IV
  2. pp. 451-480
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  1. No. 37. The Southern Terminus of the Principal Sacbe at Mayapán, Group Z-50
  2. pp. 481-492
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  1. No. 38. Skeletal Remains from Mayapán
  2. pp. 493-505
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  1. No. 39. House Types in the Environs of Mayapán and at Uxmal, Kabah, Sayil, Chichen Itza, and Chacchob
  2. pp. 507-520
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  1. No. 40. Deities Portrayed on Censers at Mayapán
  2. pp. 521-537
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  1. No. 41. Notes on Vertebrate Animal Remains from Mayapán
  2. pp. 539-550
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  1. Editor’s Note
  2. pp. 551-552
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  1. Appendix
  2. pp. 553-609
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  1. Glossary
  2. pp. 611-612
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  1. References
  2. pp. 613-618
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 619-625
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  1. THE CARNEGIE MAYA III
  1. Contents
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  1. List of Figures
  2. pp. xi-xv
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  1. List of Tables
  2. p. xvi
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  1. Introduction
  2. pp. xvii-xix
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  1. Preface
  2. p. 1
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  1. No. 1. Clay Heads from Chiapas, Mexico
  2. p. 2
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  1. No. 2. Pottery from Champerico, Guatemala
  2. pp. 3-6
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  1. No. 3. The Ruins of Culuba, Northeastern Yucatan
  2. pp. 7-9
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  1. No. 4. The Missing Illustrations of the Pomar Relación
  2. pp. 10-14
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  1. No. 5. An Ethnological Note from Cilvituk, Southern Campeche
  2. pp. 15-16
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  1. No. 6. The Prototype of the Mexican Codices Telleriano-Remensis and Vaticanus A
  2. pp. 17-18
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  1. No. 7. Observations on Glyph G of the Lunar Series
  2. pp. 19-20
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  1. No. 8. A New Pottery Style from the Department of Piura, Peru
  2. pp. 21-23
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  1. No. 9. Archaeological Specimens from Yucatan and Guatemala
  2. pp. 24-27
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  1. No. 10. The Payment of Tribute in the Codex Mendoza
  2. pp. 28-29
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  1. No. 11. A Note on Aztec Chronology
  2. pp. 30-31
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  1. No. 12. Representations of Tezcatlipoca at Chichen Itza
  2. pp. 32-33
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  1. No. 13. A Theory of Maya tš-Sounds
  2. pp. 34-39
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  1. No. 14. A Reconnaissance on Isla de Sacrificios, Veracruz, Mexico
  2. pp. 40-49
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  1. No. 15. Pottery from the Pacific Slope of Guatemala
  2. pp. 50-55
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  1. No. 16. Spindle Whorls from Chichen Itza, Yucatan
  2. pp. 56-60
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  1. No. 17. Some Sculptures from Southeastern Quezaltenango, Guatemala
  2. pp. 61-67
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  1. No. 18. The Initial Series of Stela 14, Piedras Negras, Guatemala, and a Date on Stela 19, Naranjo, Guatemala
  2. pp. 68-69
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  1. No. 19. Representations of Tlalchitonatiuh at Chichen Itza, Yucatan, and at El Baul, Escuintla
  2. pp. 70-71
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  1. No. 20. Maya Epigraphy: Directional Glyphs in Counting
  2. pp. 72-74
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  1. No. 21. Notes on Sculpture and Architecture at Tonala, Chiapas
  2. pp. 75-78
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  1. No. 22. Maya Epigraphy: A Cycle of 819 Days
  2. pp. 79-85
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  1. No. 23. The Periods of Tribute Collection in Moctezuma’s Empire
  2. pp. 86-87
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  1. No. 24. Notes on Glyph C of the Lunar Series at Palenque
  2. pp. 88-89
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  1. No. 25. A Figurine Whistle Representing a Ball Game Player
  2. pp. 90-91
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  1. No. 26. Notes on a West Coast Survival of the Ancient Mexican Ball Game
  2. pp. 92-96
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  1. No. 27. Animal-Head Feet and a Bark-Beater in the Middle Usumacinta Region
  2. pp. 97-98
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  1. No. 28. New Photographs and the Date of Stela 14, Piedras Negras
  2. pp. 99-101
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  1. No. 29. Grooved Stone Axes from Central America
  2. pp. 102-104
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  1. No. 30. A Vase from Sanimtaca, Alta Verapaz, Guatemala
  2. pp. 105-106
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  1. No. 31. A Human-Effigy Pottery Figure from Chalchuapa, El Salvador
  2. pp. 107-110
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  1. No. 32. A Preconquest Tomb on the Cerro del Zapote, El Salvador
  2. pp. 111-115
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  1. No. 33. A Tentative Identification of the Head Variant for Eleven
  2. pp. 116-118
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  1. No. 34. A Possible Lunar Series on the Leyden Plate
  2. p. 119
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  1. No. 35. Stucco Decoration of Early Guatemala Pottery
  2. pp. 120-123
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  1. No. 36. Certain Pottery Vessels from Copan
  2. pp. 124-125
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  1. No. 37. Archaeological Specimens from Guatemala
  2. pp. 126-132
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  1. No. 38. Jottings on Inscriptions at Copan
  2. pp. 133-140
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  1. No. 39. The Dating of Seven Monuments at Piedras Negras
  2. pp. 141-148
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  1. No. 40. Archaeological Finds near Douglas, British Honduras
  2. pp. 149-154
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  1. No. 41. The Vienna Dictionary
  2. pp. 155-160
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  1. No. 42. Ixtla Weaving at Chiquilistlan, Jalisco
  2. pp. 161-164
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  1. No. 43. Worked Gourds from Jalisco
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  1. No. 44. The Graphic Style of the Tlalhuica
  2. pp. 173-175
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  1. No. 45. Variant Methods of Date Recordingsin the Jatate Drainage, Chiapas
  2. pp. 176-179
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  1. No. 46. The Venus Calendar of the Aztec
  2. pp. 180-181
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  1. No. 47. An Inscription on a Jade Probably Carved at Piedras Negras
  2. pp. 182-184
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  1. No. 48. Costumes and Wedding Customs at Mixco, Guatemala
  2. pp. 185-187
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  1. No. 49. Combinations of Glyphs G and F in the Supplementary Series
  2. pp. 188-190
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  1. No. 50. Moon Age Tables
  2. pp. 191-196
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  1. No. 51. A Second Tlaloc Gold Plaque from Guatemala
  2. p. 197
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  1. No. 52. Rock Paintings at Texcalpintado, Morelos, Mexico
  2. pp. 198-200
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  1. No. 53. A Pyrite Mirror from Queretaro, Mexico
  2. pp. 201-202
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  1. No. 54. Informe sobre la existencia de jugadores de pelota mayas en la cerámica escultórica de Jaina
  2. pp. 203-204
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  1. No. 55. Un sello cilindrico con barras y puntos
  2. pp. 205-206
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  1. No. 56. The Inscription on the Altar of Zoomorph O, Quirigua
  2. pp. 207-212
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  1. No. 57. Archaeological Discovery at Finca Arizona, Guatemala
  2. pp. 213-223
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  1. No. 58. The Initial and Supplementary Series of Stela 5 at Altar de Sacrificios, Guatemala
  2. pp. 224-227
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  1. No. 59. Mausolea in Central Veracruz
  2. pp. 228-232
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  1. No. 60. Archaeological Material from theClub Internacional, El Salvador
  2. pp. 233-239
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  1. No. 61. Some Uses of Tobacco among the Maya
  2. pp. 240-242
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  1. No. 62. Observations on Altar Sites in the Quiche Region, Guatemala
  2. pp. 243-249
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  1. No. 63. Tattooing and Scarification among the Maya
  2. pp. 250-253
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  1. No. 64. The Tamiahua Codices
  2. pp. 254-255
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  1. No. 65. The Malinche of Acacingo, Estado de Mexico
  2. p. 256
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  1. No. 66. Three Zapotec Stones
  2. pp. 257-258
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  1. No. 67. Blowguns in Guatemala
  2. pp. 259-261
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  1. No. 68. A Reconnaissance of El Rincon del Jicaque, Honduras
  2. pp. 262-267
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  1. No. 69. “Rim-Head” Vessels from Kaminaljuyu, Guatemala
  2. pp. 268-270
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  1. No. 70. Some Mexican Figurines of the Colonial Period
  2. pp. 271-272
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  1. No. 71. The Dating of Structure 44, Yaxchilan, and Its Bearing on the Sequence of Texts at That Site
  2. pp. 273-278
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  1. No. 72. The Codex of the Derrumbe del Templo Mayor
  2. pp. 279-280
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  1. No. 73. Some Examples of Yeztla-Naranjo Geometric Ware
  2. pp. 281-282
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  1. No. 74. The Treble Scroll Symbol in the Teotihuacan and Zapotec Cultures
  2. pp. 283-286
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  1. No. 75. The Book of Chilam Balam of Ixil
  2. pp. 287-292
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  1. No. 76. The “Tortuga” of Coatlan del Rio, Morelos
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  1. No. 77. Drawings of Tajumulco Sculptures
  2. pp. 294-300
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  1. No. 78. Otomi Looms and Quechquemitls from San Pablito, State of Puebla, and from Santa Ana Hueytlalpan, State of Hidalgo, Mexico
  2. pp. 301-311
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  1. No. 79. Maya Calendar Round Dates Such as 9 Ahau 17 Mol
  2. pp. 312-315
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  1. No. 80. Stone Objects from Cocula and Chilacachapa, Guerrero
  2. pp. 316-318
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  1. No. 81. Easter Ceremonies at San Antonio Palopo, Guatemala
  2. pp. 319-324
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  1. No. 82. Cuchumatan Textiles: The Course of an Error
  2. pp. 325-326
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  1. No. 83. Representations of Temple Buildings as Decorative Patterns on Teotihuacan Pottery and Figurines
  2. pp. 327-330
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  1. No. 84. The Codex of Tonayan
  2. pp. 331-334
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  1. No. 85. Elements of Maya Arithmetic with Particular Attention to the Calendar
  2. pp. 335-340
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  1. No. 86. Certain Types of Stamped Decoration on Pottery from the Valley of Mexico
  2. pp. 341-346
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  1. No. 87. Observation of the Sun among the Ixil of Guatemala
  2. pp. 347-349
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  1. No. 88. Some Remarks on Maya Arithmetic
  2. pp. 350-351
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  1. No. 89. Kaminaljuyu, Guatemala: Addenda and Corrienda
  2. pp. 352-356
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  1. No. 90. Did the Maya Have a Zero? The Meanings of Our Zero and the Maya “Zero” Symbols
  2. pp. 357-359
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  1. No. 91. Jades from Guatemala
  2. pp. 360-365
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  1. No. 92. Certain Archaeological Specimens from Guatemala I
  2. pp. 366-376
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  1. No. 93. Some New Discoveries at Coba
  2. pp. 377-381
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  1. No. 94. Tlaloc Incensarios in the Baratta Collection, El Salvador
  2. pp. 382-387
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  1. No. 95. Certain Archaeological Specimens from Guatemala II
  2. pp. 388-392
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  1. No. 96. Tlaloc Effigy Jar from the Guatemala National Museum
  2. pp. 393-395
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  1. No. 97. Rim-Head Vessels and Cone-Shaped Effigy Prongsof the Preclassic Period at Kaminaljuyu, Guatemala
  2. pp. 396-404
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  1. No. 98. A Polychrome Maya Plate from Quintana Roo
  2. pp. 405-406
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  1. No. 99. “Olmec” Pictographs in the Las Victorias Group, Chalchuapa Archaeological Zone, El Salvador
  2. pp. 407-410
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  1. No. 100. A Group of Jointed Figurines in the Guatemala National Museum
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  1. No. 130. A New Inscription from the Temple of the Foliated Cross at Palenque
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  1. THE CARNEGIE MAYA IV
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  1. List of Figures
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  1. Introduction
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  1. General Preface
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  1. 1. Dating of Certain Inscriptions of Non-Maya Origin
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  1. 2. The Fish as a Maya Symbol for Counting and Further Discussion of Directional Glyphs
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  1. 3. Cultures and Peoples of the Southeastern Maya Frontier
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  1. References
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