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The great ball court. Temple A. One of the serpent columns, See Plate 27 j, and Page 27-28.

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

The great ball court. Temple A. The inner doorway. See Plates 34b & 36. and Page 30.

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

(a) Casa de Monjas from the south west, Plate 2, No. 1, & Plate 3, See pages, 14-16. (b) Casa de Monjas from the south east, Plate 2, No. 1 & Plate 3, See pages, 14-19.

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

Chichén Itzá. Plan of the eastern group of buildings marked A. on plate 2. See Plates 61-66 and Pages 36-43.

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

The great ball court. The sculptured chamber E. Plate 27. The west wall, See Plate 44 and Pages 32-33.

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

Casa de Monjas, eastern face of wing, Plate 3, See page 17.

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

(a) The colonnade, No. 19 (Plate 60), looking south. See Page 39. (b) The colonnade, No. 21 (Plate 60), looking west. See Plate 65a, and Pages 39-40.

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

Mound 14 (Plate 2), showing the stairway and the stone cones and snakes heads dug up by Doctor le Plongeon. See Page 34. Mound 14 (Plate 2), snakes heads, cones, and stone cist dug up by Doctor le Plongeon. See page 34.

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

The great ball court. The sculptured chamber E. key plan of the wall sculptures. See Plates 45-51 & Pages 31-33.

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

The castillo. (No 15, Plate 2), looking south-east. See Plates 55-59 and Pages 35-36.

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

Ground plan of caracol. Section through C-D. Plan of caracol and terraces ...

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

The castillo. (No. 15. Plate 2). See Plates 55-58, and Pages 7-9 and 35-36. (a) The northern face of the temple. (b) The western doorway. (c) Part of the north porch.

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

Mural painting in the inner chamber of the Great Ball Court Temple. See page 31

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

(a) The colonnade, No. 21 (Plate 60), looking east. See Plate 64b, and Pages 39-40. (b) Temple, No. 25 (Plate 60), view on the western terrace. See Pages 34 and 41.

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

(a) AK at' Cib, from the West, Plate 2, No. 4. and Plate 19, See pages 19-20. (b) Ak at' Cib, from the south, Plate 2, No. 4, and Plate 19, See pages, 19-20.

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

Casa de Monjas. Inscriptions on the lintels of doorways Nos. 2, 3, & 4, Plate 3. Drawn from Plaster Casts, See Page 14.

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

(a) View from terrace of Casa de Monjas, looking north. (b) Caracol, Plate 2, (No. 5) From the south, See pages, 20-22.

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

(a) Temple No. 17 (Place 60), part of the broken altar and the north face of the northern pilla. See Plate 61 & Pages 37 and 38. (b) Two stone frets found lying on the slope of temple mound No. 18 (Plate 60). See Plate 32 & Pages 29 and 39.

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

The great ball court. Temple A. Carving on the under-lintel of the inner doorway. See Plate 35. and Pages 29-30.

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

The great ball court. See Plates 26-51 & Pages 25-33.

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

The great ball court. The sculptured chamber E. Plate 27 See Plates 42-51. & pages 31-33.

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

(a) The court, No. 30 (Plate 60), the interior. See page 42. (b) The court, No. 30 (Plate 60), the exterior. See Page 42.

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

The castillo (No. 15, Plate 2). The foot of the northern stairway. See Plates 55-59, and Pages 7-9 and 35-36.

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

The great ball court. The sculptured chamber, E. Plate 27, the west roof, See Plate 44 & Pages 32-33.

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

The great ball court. Temple A. The sculptured chamber, E. Plate 27. See Plates 43-51. and Pages 31-33.

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

The great ball court. The ring fallen from the west wall, See page 25. The great ball court. Temple C, See Plate 26 and pages 25-26.

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

The great ball court. Temple A and part of the east wall. See Plate 27 and Pages 25-30.

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

Casa de Monjas, interior of southern chamber, Plate 3, See pages 14-15.

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

Plan of the great ball court. See Plates 27-51 & Pages 25-33.

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

AK at 'Cib. Plate 2. No. 4, See Pages 19-20. AK at 'Cib. Under surface of lintel of doorway marked x in plan. Drawn from a plaster cast. See pages 19-20. Outer surface of lintel, drawn from a plaster cast.

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

(a) Casa de Monjas, inscriptions on the lintels of doorways ... (b) Casa de Monjas, line of symbols over doorway in the east wing ... (c) Casa de Monjas, inscription oon lintel of doorway in the east wing ... are all drawn from plaster casts.

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

(a) Temple No. 17 (Plate 60), showing the backs of the pillars and the broken altar (looking north) See Plate 62a and Pages 37-38. (b) Temple No. 17 (Plate 60), showing the backs of the pillars and the broken altar. See Plate 62a and Pages 37-38.

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

Casa de Monjas, west end, Plate 2, No. 1 &, Plate 3, See pages, 14-16.

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

The great ball court. Sculptured chamber E. Plate 27. The north wall. See Plate 44 and Pages 32-33.

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

(a) Mound, Plate 2, No. 9, from the north east, See Plate 24, and pages, 23-24. (b) Mound, Plate 2, No. 9, Bases of serpent columns on summit of mound.

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

The cenote of sacrifice, See Pages 9 and 34, 35.

Chichen Itza. Mayan archaeological site on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

Examples of the use of the serpent bird (Pages 63 & 64). Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Plan of the mounds. Between the city of Guatemala and Mixco. See Plate 75 & Pages 38-39.

Guatemala-Mixco. Archaeological site in Guatemala

(a) Stone figures on the road side. (b) View of the mounds, looking south west. The mounds between the city of Guatemala and Mixo. See Plate 74 and Pages 38-39.

Guatemala-Mixco. Archaeological site in Guatemala

(a) Ruins near Rabinal. View of a group of buildings. See Plates 70 & Pages 25-27. (b) Ruins near Rabinal. A ruined temple, See Plate 70 & Pages 25-27.

Guatemalan ruins

Ruins near Rabinal, See Plate 71 and Pages 25-27.

Guatemalan ruins

Map of Yucatan and the country to the south of it.

Image from Biologia Centrali-Americana, or, Contributions to the knowledge of the fauna and flora of Mexico and Central America

Map of Guatemala and the adjoining countries

Image from Biologia Centrali-Americana, or, Contributions to the knowledge of the fauna and flora of Mexico and Central America

Ixkun. Drawing of Stela. See Plate 68 & Pages 21-22.

Ixkun, a Mayan archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

Ruins of Ixkun

Ixkun, a Mayan archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

Ixkun. Stela, and circular altar, See Plate 69 & Pages 21-22.

Ixkun, a Mayan archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

Photograph and drawing of the inscription on the outer side of a stone lintel from a plaster cast of the original now in the Berlin Museum. See Page 47.

Menché. Archaeological site in Guatemala

Temple K. Photograph from cast of stone lintel from the east doorway. See Page 45.

Menché. Archaeological site in Guatemala

House E. Photograph from cast of stone lintel. See Page 45.

Menché. Archaeological site in Guatemala

Drawings of lintels from House D. (a) from a plaster cast in Victoria & Albert Museum. (b) From original stone in British Museum. See Plate 79 & Page 44.

Menché. Archaeological site in Guatemala

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