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a) Grotesque head issuing from jaws of an animal at the top of stairway. b) Jaguas head from the north side of stairway. c) Figure of rampant jagua...

End of step at A. Face of step in temple. Photograph of original sculpture in the South Kensington Museum. End of step on B. Drawing of the hieroglyphs under the figures and in the middle of the step, and details of other portions of the carving.

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Copan. Plan of the principal ruined structures

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

(a) Stela H. (Page 50) (b) Stela I and altar (Page 52)

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

View of the forest covering the higher structures

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Stela B (Pages 42 & 43). Drawn & slightly restored from photographs, the inscription drawn from a plaster cast in the South Kensington Museum.

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Stela J. (Pages 53 & 54) (a) East face. (Back) (b) West Face (Front)

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

(a) Altar G1 end view and G2 (Page 49). (b) Altar G1 (Page 49)

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Stela D (Pages 45-47) Back View.

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Stela 7. Drawing of inscription, see Page 67.

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

(a) Altar R. (Page 60) Drawn from the original sculpture in the South Kensington Museum. Altar S. (Page 60) Drawn from a plaster cast in the South Kensington Museum.

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

(a) Stela N. (Pages 55_57) East side. (b) West side

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

(a) Altar, Z. See Plate 112 and Page 68. (b) East side of mound No. 7. Plate 1. and altars., see Plate 114 & Pages 68-69. (c) Side view of the altar in front of Stela D. See Plate 42 & Page 69.

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Stela P. (Page 59) Inscription on the back and sides photographed from a plaster cast in the South Kensington Museum.

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

a) View of principal structures looking south. b) View of principal structures looking north. Sketched from plaster model in the South Kensington Museum

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Stela H. (Page 50) North & south sides drawn a plaster cast in the South Kensington Museum.

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

(a) Stela B (Pages 42 & 43). (b) Stela C (Page 44) West Face.

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Altar U. (Page 63) Inscription on the top back & sides drawn from a plaster cast in the South Kensington Museum

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

(a) Altar K. (Page 54) Inscription drawn from a plaster cast in the South Kensington Museum. (b) Altar L. (Page 54) Drawn from a plaster cast in the South Kensington Museum.

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

(a) Altar Q. (Page 60) West side. (b) Altar Q. (Page 60) South side.

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Stela H. (Page 50 & 51) Back view drawn from a plaster cast in the South Kensington Museum.

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Maya calendar from the Codex Cortesianus (See Page 41). Mexican calendar from Plate 44 of the Fejervary Codex (See Page 41). Inscription from the back of the stone head figured on pages 44 & 47. Scheme of Mexican Calendar. Scheme of Maya Calendar.

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Stela J. (Page 54) Inscription on the east face arranged in columns.

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Stela B (Pages 42 & 43) Side Views.

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Stela P. (Page 59) Inscriptions on the back and sides drawn from a plaster cast in the South Kensington Museum.

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Stela H. (Page 50) South side

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Oblong altar. Altar in front of Stela. Inscriptions on altars.

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

a. Stela, 2. Photographs of face. b. Stela, 4. Fragments showing inscription. c. Stela, 4. Pedestals and (excavated) supports ...

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Stela N. (Pages 55_57) North face drawn from photographs

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

(c) Altar Q. (Page 60) East side. (d) Altar Q (Page 60) North side.

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Stela A (Pages 36 to 39) drawn and partly restored from a cast in the South Kensington Museum

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Stela A. (Pages 36 to 39) North side

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Stela I. (Pages 53) The back & sides photographed from a plaster cast in the South Kensington Museum.

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Examples of the use of the feathered serpent at Menché, Tikal, Copan, Chichen Itza

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Stela I. (Page 53) Inscription on the back & sides drawn from a plaster cast in the South Kensington Museum.

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

a) Part of step & of serpent's head ornament on the west side of the inner doorway of temple. b & c) Parts of cornice from the east side of inner doorway in temple. Photographs of the original sculpture in the South Kensington Museum

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

(B) West Side. Stela D (pages 45 - 47.) North Side.

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Stela C (Page 44). East face and altar

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Stela E. Inscription drawn from a plaster cast in the South Kensington Museum. See Page 48.

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Stela H. (Page 50) Drawn from a plaster cast in the South Kensington Museum

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Altar in front of Stela F. See Plates 50-51 and 114, and pages 48 & 69.

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

(a) Stela N. (Pages 55_57) North & east side. (b) Stela N. (Pages 55_57) South & east sides.

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Stela 1. Photographs and drawings of inscription, see page 66.

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Photograph of a plaster model in the South Kensington Museum of the Ruins of Copan. Sections through the principal structures.

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Stela H. (Page 50)

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Stela II. See page 68. Altar Z. See Plate 113. a. & Page 68.

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Three headless busts, probably from the exterior ornament of temple and an incense burner all found in the eastern court. Incense burners found on upper terrace ... Fragments of sculpture dug up whilst clearing temple ... probably portions of decoration of the outside walls of the temple.

Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

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