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Classic Maya Place Names
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CLASSIC MAYA PLACE NAMES. DAVID STUART and STEPHEN HOUSTON. Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection Washington, D.C. Classic Maya Place Names. DAVID STUART AND STEPHEN HOUSTON. pages, fig- ures, bibliography. Washington, D.C.: Dumbarton Oaks. Research . The authors present evidence that specific place names do exist in Maya inscriptions, and show that identifying these names sheds considerable light on both.
Libraryof CongressCataloging-in-Publication Data Stuart,David, Classic Maya place names/ David Stuartand StephenHouston, p. cm.- (Studiesin. The discovery of place names by itself should be acclaimed as one of the great breakthroughs in the history of Maya hieroglyphic decipherment. Despite its. This list of Maya sites is an alphabetical listing of a number of significant archaeological sites . The main phase of occupation of the city dates to the Late Classic through to the Early Postclassic, from about AD to The list is sorted by site name, and primarily encompasses the archaeological sites in.
The ruins of many ancient cities have Mayan names, but these names very often differ from the original names of the Classic period. Many were known at the. 28 Jan The authors present evidence that specific place names do exist in Maya inscriptions, and show that identifying these names sheds. This report presents the preliminary results of the Classic Maya Place Name Database Project. The first part of the report outlines the main goals and challenges. Classic Maya place names / David Stuart and Stephen Houston. Author. Stuart, David, Other Authors. Houston, Stephen D. Published. Washington, D.C. 11 Dec Classic Maya Place Names. By Stuart David and Houston Stephen. [Studies in Pre-Columbian Art & Archaeology, 33] (Washington, D.C.