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The great turtle, P. Ornament on east & west sides. See Plates 54-56 & Page 18. a. East side. b. West side.

Quiriguá, an archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

Stela H. See page 14. Stela J. See Plate 46 and page 15.

Quiriguá, an archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

Stela E. (a) North face, (b) East side. See plates 28 and 32 and Pages 11-12.

Quiriguá, an archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

The great turtle, P. The north. Face drawing of the inscription. See Plates 53b-55 & Page 17.

Quiriguá, an archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

Stela D. North face, See Pages 10 and 11.

Quiriguá, an archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

Stela E. North face, photographs of a plaster cast in the South Kensington Museum. See Plate 29a and pages 11-12.

Quiriguá, an archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

Monolithic animal B. East side. Picture writing onthe arm. See Plate 14 and pages 8 and 9. Monolithic animal B. West side picture writing on the arm. See Plate 14 and pages 8 and 9.

Quiriguá, an archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

Stela K. Drawing of the inscription, See Plates 47-48 and Page 15. Circular altar L. See Plate 50a & b and page 16

Quiriguá, an archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

Stela C. East side. See Plate 19 and page 9.

Quiriguá, an archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

Stela F. South Face, See Plate 36a, and pages 12-13

Quiriguá, an archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

The great turtle, P. The east side. See Plates 58-64 and Pages 17-19.

Quiriguá, an archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

Stela A. South face. See pages 7 and 8.

Quiriguá, an archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

Monolithic Animal B. West side. See Plates 13b and 14, and pages 8 and 9

Quiriguá, an archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

The great turtle, P. Ornament on east and west sides. See Plates 54-56 & Page 18. East side. West side.

Quiriguá, an archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

Stela A. Drawing of inscription. See Plates 5 and 6 & Pages 7 and 8.

Quiriguá, an archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

Stela F. (a) West side, (b) East side, See Plate 40 and pages 12-13.

Quiriguá, an archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

Stela E. Inscription of the east side, See Plate 29b and pages 11-12.

Quiriguá, an archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

Stela E. South face, See pages 11 and 12.

Quiriguá, an archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

Monolithic animal G. West side. See Plate 44 and Page 14.

Quiriguá, an archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

The great turtle, P. The West Side, See Plates 58-64 and pages 17-19.

Quiriguá, an archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

Initial series on the Quiriga Stelae, See Page 19.

Quiriguá, an archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

Plan. Ruins at Quirigua

Quiriguá, an archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

The great turtle, P. Inscription on the north face, See Plate 57 and Pages 17-19.

Quiriguá, an archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

Stela A. East side. See plate 7 & Pages 7 and 8.

Quiriguá, an archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

Our camp at Quiragua, 1883. (Plate 2

Quiriguá, an archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

Stela J. Drawing of the inscription on the back and sides. See Plate 45c, and Page 15.

Quiriguá, an archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

Stela C. Drawing of the inscription. See Plates 16-20 and page 9.

Quiriguá, an archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

Stela F East Side, See Plates 36, 39b, and 40 and Pages 12-13.

Quiriguá, an archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

Stela D. East side, See plate 23 and pages 10-11.

Quiriguá, an archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

Stela F. Drawing of the inscription, See pages 12-13. West side see Plates 37 and 39a. East side See Plates 38 and 39b.

Quiriguá, an archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

Stela C. Photograph and drawing of the north face. See page 9.

Quiriguá, an archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

Animal monolith B. Photograph and drawing of part of the picture writing. See plates 9 & 12 & Pages 8 & 9.

Quiriguá, an archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

The great turtle P. Details of ornament. See Page 18-19.

Quiriguá, an archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

Stela C. South face. See Page 9.

Quiriguá, an archaeological site in southeastern Guatemala

Stela B (Pages 42 & 43). Ancient Mayan city of Copán.

Temple A. See Plates 70-74 & Pages 44-47. Temple B. See Plate 75 & Page 47. Temple C. See Plates 76a, 77 & 78 & Pages 45 & 47.

Tikal. Archaeological site in Guatemala

Drawing of the inscriptions on Plates 71 and 72 A-D, the fragment in the British Museum. See Pages 45-47.

Tikal. Archaeological site in Guatemala

(a) Temple B, east face, See Plate 69 and Page 47. (b) Temple B, See Plate 69 and Page 47.

Tikal. Archaeological site in Guatemala

Temple E. Ground plan, See Pages 47 & 48. House g, Plate 67, ground plan. See Page 48. Inscription on west side of Stela A. See Plate 82 a & b, and Page 49.

Tikal. Archaeological site in Guatemala

Temple C. Drawing from a plaster cast of the wooden lintel, See Plates 69, 76a, and 77 & Page 45 & 47.

Tikal. Archaeological site in Guatemala

Part of a wodden lintel, probably from one of the doorways of Temple A. See Plates 69 & 74 & Pages 45-47.

Tikal. Archaeological site in Guatemala

Temple C (?). Photograph of a plaster cast of the lintel from the inner doorway, See Plates 69, 76a, and 78 & Pages 45 & 47.

Tikal. Archaeological site in Guatemala

(a) Temple A, west front. See Plates 69-74 and Pages 44-47. (b) Temple A, south-west angle, See Plates 69-74 & Pages 44-47.

Tikal. Archaeological site in Guatemala

(a) Interior of house in which I lived, See Pages 48 & 49. (b) Encampment of Indian labourers at Tikal.

Tikal. Archaeological site in Guatemala

Stelae, in the plaza between temple A and B, See Plate 79 and Page 49.

Tikal. Archaeological site in Guatemala

(a) View from temple A. Looking west, See Pages 44-47. (b) View from temple E. Looking east, See Page 45.

Tikal. Archaeological site in Guatemala

Drawing of wooden lintel, probably from the outer doorway of Temple A. See Plate 72 & Pages 45-47.

Tikal. Archaeological site in Guatemala

Stela A, and circular altar, between temples A and B. See Plate 82 & 49.

Tikal. Archaeological site in Guatemala

Wooden lintel, probably from the outer doorway of Temple A. See Plate 73 & Pages 45-47.

Tikal. Archaeological site in Guatemala

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Cover of Reports on the Maya Indians of Yucatan

Reports on the Maya Indians of Yucatan vol. 9 no. 3

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