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Abaj Takalik 1976: Exploratory Investigations, by J. A. Graham, R. F. Heizer, and E. M. Shook. In Studies in Ancient Mesoamerica 3, edited by John A. Graham, pp. 85-110. Contributions of the University of California Archaeological Research Facility 36. Department of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, 1978.

A Brief Note on the Name of a Vision Serpent, by Linda Schele. In The Maya Vase Book: A Corpus of Rollout Photographs of Maya Vases, Volume 1, pp. 146-148. Kerr Associates, New York, 1989.

A Broken Sky: The Ancient Name of Yaxchilan as Pa' Chan, by Simon Martin. The PARI Journal 5(1):1-7, 2004.

A Carved Shell from the Northeastern Maya Lowlands, by George E. Stuart. Research Reports on Ancient Maya Writing 13:13-20. Center for Maya Research, Washington, D.C., 1987.

A Carved Wooden Box from the Classic Maya Civilization, by Michael D. Coe. In Primera Mesa Redonda de Palenque, Part II: A Conference on the Art, Iconography, and Dynastic History of Palenque, 1973, edited by Merle Greene Robertson, pp. 51-58. Robert Louis Stevenson School, Pebble Beach, CA, 1974.

A Carving Sequence for Stela 1, Copan, Honduras, by Jan McHargue. In Eighth Palenque Round Table, 1993, edited by Martha J. Macri and Jan McHargue, pp. 177-182. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, San Francisco, 1996.

¿Acaso seríamos Petén-céntricos?, by Éric Taladoire. In Millenary Maya Societies: Past Crises and Resilience, edited by M.-Charlotte Arnauld and Alain Breton, pp. 326-328. Electronic document, published online at Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/publications/MMS/21_Taladoire.pdf, 2013.

Accession Iconography of Chan-Bahlum in the Group of the Cross at Palenque, by Linda Schele. In The Art, Iconography and Dynastic History of Palenque, Part III: Procedings of the Segunda Mesa Redonda de Palenque, 1974, edited by Merle Greene Robertson, pp. 9-34. Robert Louis Stevenson School, Pebble Beach, CA, 1976.

A Celebration of Merle Greene Robertson, by E. Wyllys Andrews. The PARI Journal 12(1):7-8, 2011.

A Chronological Framework for Palenque, by Robert L. Rands. In Primera Mesa Redonda de Palenque, Part I: A Conference on the Art, Iconography, and Dynastic History of Palenque, 1973, edited by Merle Greene Robertson, pp. 35-39. Robert Louis Stevenson School, Pebble Beach, CA, 1974.

A Classic Maya Term for Public Performance, by Alexandre Tokovinine. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/features/tokovinine/performance.pdf, 2003.

A Collocation Denoting a 'Substitute' Relationship in Classic Maya Inscriptions, by Jorge L. Orejel. In Eighth Palenque Round Table, 1993, edited by Martha J. Macri and Jan McHargue, pp. 63-77. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, San Francisco, 1996.

A Commentary on the Hieroglyphic Inscriptions Of Nim Li Punit, Belize, by Nikolai Grube, Barbara MacLeod, and Phil Wanyerka. Research Reports on Ancient Maya Writing 41:17-39. Center for Maya Research, Washington, D.C., 1999.

A Concordance of the Palenque Temple 18 Stucco Glyphs, by Marc Zender. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/palenque/monuments/T18S/Palenque-T18S-Concordance.pdf, 2007.

A Correlation of the Mayan and European Calendars, by J. Eric Thompson. Anthropological Series 17(1). Publication 241. Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, 1927.

A Cosmological Throne at Palenque, by David Stuart. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/stuart/notes/Throne.pdf, 2003.

Addendum to "The Discovery, Exploration, and Monuments of Nim Li Punit, Belize" (RRAMW Number 40), by Norman Hammond and Sheena Howarth. Research Reports on Ancient Maya Writing 40a. Center for Maya Research, Washington, D.C., 1999.

A Future Cache in Guatemala, by Elayne Marquis. The PARI Journal 9(2):24, 2008.

Aguas petrificadas: las ofrendas a Tláloc enterradas en el Templo Mayor de Tenochtitlan, by Leonardo López Luján. Arqueología Mexicana 17(96):52-57, 2009.

A Glimpse Into the Watery Underworld, by Jorge Pérez de Lara. The PARI Journal 5(4):1-5, 2005.

A Hieroglyphic Block from the Region of Hiix Witz, Guatemala, by Simon Martin and Dorie Reents-Budet. The PARI Journal 11(1):1-6, 2010.

A Historical Interpretation of the Inscriptions of Uxmal, by Jeff Karl Kowalski. In Fourth Palenque Round Table, 1980, edited by Elizabeth P. Benson, pp. 235-247. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, San Francisco, 1985.

Ah Ts'ib: Scribal Hands and Sculpture Workshops at Yaxchilán, by Carolyn Tate. In Seventh Palenque Round Table, 1989, edited by Merle Greene Robertson and Virginia M. Fields, pp. 95-103. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, San Francisco, 1994.

Aj Poop B'atz' y la historia chamelqueña, by Sarah Ashley Kistler and Sebastian Si Pop. Winter Park, FL, 2012.

A Late Preclassic Distance Number, by Mario Giron-Ábrego. The PARI Journal 13(4):8-12, 2013.

Algunas ollas polícromas del noroeste de la península de Yucatán: un caso del catalogo de vasijas polícromas mayas, by Sylviane Boucher and Yoly Palomo. In Eighth Palenque Round Table, 1993, edited by Martha J. Macri and Jan McHargue, pp. 247-258. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, San Francisco, 1996.

Allspice as Template for the Classic Maya K'an Sign, by Estella Weiss-Krejci. The PARI Journal 12(4):1-6, 2012.

A New Palenque Panel, by Yuriy Polyukhovych. The PARI Journal 13(3):1-3, 2013.

Al pie del Templo Mayor: excavaciones en busca de los soberanos mexicas, by Leonardo López Luján and Ximena Chávez Balderas. In Moctezuma II. Tiempo y destino de un gobernante, edited by Leonardo López Luján and Colin McEwan, pp. 294-303, 330-340. Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico, 2010.

Alternative Functions of Distance Numbers in Maya Calendrical Texts: Codices vs. Monuments, by Victoria Bricker and Anthony Aveni. The PARI Journal 15(1):11-24, 2014.

A Maya Wooden Figure from Belize, by George E. Stuart and R. A. Housley. Research Reports on Ancient Maya Writing 42:1-10. Center for Maya Research, Washington, D.C., 1999.

A Mixe-Zoquean Loanword in the Late Preclassic Murals of San Bartolo?, by Søren Wichmann. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/ articles/wichmann/Loanword.pdf, 2006.

Análisis químico de materiales encontrados en excavación, dos casos: porta-incensarios tipo Palenque y cinabrio usado en practicas funerarias, by Javier Vázquez Negrete and Rodrigo Velázquez. In Eighth Palenque Round Table, 1993, edited by Martha J. Macri and Jan McHargue, pp. 103-106. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, San Francisco, 1996.

Analysis of Two Low Relief Sculptures from La Venta, by Robert F. Heizer. In Studies in Olmec Archaeology, pp. 25-55. Contributions of the University of California Archaeological Research Facility 3. Department of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, 1967.

An Annotated Overview of "Tikal Dancer" Plates, by Erik Boot. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/features/boot/TikalDancerPlates.pdf, 2003.

An Appearance of Xiuhtecuhtli in the Dresden Venus Pages, by Karl Taube and Bonnie Bade. Research Reports on Ancient Maya Writing 35:13-22. Center for Maya Research, Washington, D.C., 1991.

An Early Maya Text from El Mirador, Guatemala, by Richard D. Hansen. Research Reports on Ancient Maya Writing 37:19-32. Center for Maya Research, Washington, D.C., 1991.

A New Carved Panel from the Palenque Area, by David Stuart. Research Reports on Ancient Maya Writing 32:9-14. Center for Maya Research, Washington, D.C., 1990.

A New Child-Father Relationship Glyph, by David Stuart. Research Reports on Ancient Maya Writing 2:7-8. Center for Maya Research, Washington, D.C., 1985.

A New Early Classic Text from Tikal, by Federico Fahsen. Research Reports on Ancient Maya Writing 17. Center for Maya Research, Washington, D.C., 1988.

A New Inscription from Nim Li Punit, Belize, by David Stuart and Nikolai Grube. Research Reports on Ancient Maya Writing 45:1-7. Center for Maya Research, Washington, D.C., 2000.

A New La Corona Panel, by Erik Boot. The PARI Journal 12(2):1-7, 2011.

A New Look at the Inscription of Copan Altar K, by Péter Biró. The PARI Journal 11(2):22-28, 2010.

A New Method of Deciphering Yucatecan Dates with Special Reference to Chichen Itza , by J. Eric Thompson. Contributions to American Archaeology 4(22):177-197. Publication 483. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C., 1937.

A New Monument Mentioning Wamaaw K'awiil of Calakmul, by Raphael Tunesi. The PARI Journal 8(2):13-19, 2007.

A New Palenque Ruler, by Joel Skidmore. Mesoweb: mesoweb.com/palenque/features/new_ruler/01.html, 2001.

A New Plate Naming a K'uhul Mutu'l Ajaw, by Raphael Tunesi and Luís Lopes. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/features/tikal/TikalPlate.pdf, 2004.

A Possible Syllable for t'i in Maya Writing, by Albert Davletshin and Péter Bíró. The PARI Journal 15(1):1-10, 2014.

Are We Dealing with Places or with People?, by Stephen Hugh-Jones. In Millenary Maya Societies: Past Crises and Resilience, edited by M.-Charlotte Arnauld and Alain Breton, pp. 314-317. Electronic document, published online at Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/publications/MMS/21_Hugh-Jones.pdf, 2013.

A Skyband with Constellations: Revisiting the Monjas East Wing at Chichen Itza, by Bruce Love. The PARI Journal 15(3):11-14, 2015.

A Variant of the chak Sign, by David Stuart. Research Reports on Ancient Maya Writing 10:19-20. Center for Maya Research, Washington, D.C., 1987.

An Inscribed Shell Drinking Vessel from the Maya Lowlands, by George E. Stuart. Research Reports on Ancient Maya Writing 48:1-9. Center for Maya Research, Washington, D.C., 2001.

A Notational Explanation for Maya Calendar Round Dates Such as 11 Eb 16 Mac, by Victoria R. Bricker. The PARI Journal 11(4):9-10, 2011.

A Note on the Inscription of Ixtutz Stela 2, by Marc Zender. The PARI Journal 2(4)/3(1) (combined issue):17-22, 27, 2002.

An Overview of Classic Maya Ceramics Containing Sequences of Day Signs, by Erik Boot. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/features/boot/Day_Signs.pdf, 2003.

An Oxkintok Region Vessel: An Analysis of the Hieroglyphic Texts, by Erik Boot. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/articles/Boot/Oxkintok.pdf, 2010.

A Possible Syllabic Spelling of the "Birth Glyph", by Yuriy Polyukhovych. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/articles/polyukhovych/ BirthGlyph.pdf, 2011.

An Unusual Calendar Cycle at Tonina, by David Stuart. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/stuart/notes/Cycle.pdf, 2002.

An Updated Listing of Early Naranjo Rulers, by Joel Skidmore. The PARI Journal 7(4):23-24, 2007.

A Possible Full Form of the <yu> Syllable, by Dmitri Beliaev and Rafael Tunesi. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/articles/syllable/yu.pdf, 2005.

A Possible Logogram for TZ'AP, by David Stuart. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/stuart/notes/tzap.pdf, 2004.

A Probable Reference to Na-"Gourd" Chan Ahk on Naranjo Stela 15, by Luís Lopes. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/articles/lopes/ProbableReference.pdf, 2005.

A Rationale for the Initial Date Of the Temple of the Cross at Palenque, by Floyd G. Lounsbury. In The Art, Iconography and Dynastic History of Palenque, Part III: Procedings of the Segunda Mesa Redonda de Palenque, 1974, edited by Merle Greene Robertson, pp. 211-224. Robert Louis Stevenson School, Pebble Beach, CA, 1976.

Archaeological and Epigraphic Studies in Pol Box, Quintana Roo, by Octavio Q. Esparza Olguín and Vania E. Pérez Gutiérrez. The PARI Journal 9(3):1-16, 2009.

Archaeological Excavations of a Round Temple at Uxmal: Summary Discussion and Implications for Northern Maya Culture History, by Jeff Karl Kowalski, Alfredo Barrera Rubio, Heber Ojeda Más, and José Huchim Herrera. In Eighth Palenque Round Table, 1993, edited by Martha J. Macri and Jan McHargue, pp. 281-296. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, San Francisco, 1996.

Archaeology: The Plates, by Alfred P. Maudslay. Volumes 1-4 of Archaeology. 5 vols. Vols. 55-59 of Biologia Centrali-Americana; or, Contributions to the Knowledge of the Fauna and Flora of Mexico and Central America. R. H. Porter and Dulau, London, 1889-1902.

A Reading for the "STINGER" Glyph, by Luís Lopes. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/articles/lopes/Stinger.pdf, 2005.

A Reading of the Cancuén Looted Panel, by Stanley Guenter. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/features/cancuen/Panel.pdf, 2002.

A Reading of the "Completion Hand" as TZUTZ, by David Stuart. Research Reports on Ancient Maya Writing 49:1-24. Center for Maya Research, Washington, D.C., 2001.

A Reconsideration of the Age of the La Venta Site, by Rainer Berger, John A. Graham, and Robert F. Heizer. In Studies in Olmec Archaeology, pp. 1-24. Contributions of the University of California Archaeological Research Facility 3. Department of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, 1967.

A Representation of the Principal Bird Deity in the Paris Codex, by Karl Taube. Research Reports on Ancient Maya Writing 6:1-10. Center for Maya Research, Washington, D.C., 1987.

Arqueología de la arqueología: de la época prehispánica al siglo XVIII, by Leonardo López Luján. Arqueología Mexicana 9(52):20-27, 1999.

Arqueometría en la Casa de las Águilas, by Luis Barba, Luz Lazos, Karl Link, Agustín Ortíz, and Leonardo López Luján. Arqueología Mexicana 6(31):20-27, 1995.

Art of the Classic Maya Relief, by Grant Schar. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/articles/schar/Schar2014.html, 2014.

A Sign for the Syllable mi, by Nikolai Grube and Werner Nahm. Research Reports on Ancient Maya Writing 33:15-26. Center for Maya Research, Washington, D.C., 1990.

Aspects of Impersonation in Classic Maya Art, by Andrea Stone. In Sixth Palenque Round Table, 1986, edited by Virginia M. Fields, pp. 194-202. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, 1991.

Astronomy and the Iconography of Creation among the Classic and Colonial Period Maya, by Khristaan D. Villela and Linda Schele. In Eighth Palenque Round Table, 1993, edited by Martha J. Macri and Jan McHargue, pp. 31-44. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, San Francisco, 1996.

A Study of Classic Maya Sculpture, by Tatiana Proskouriakoff. Publication 593. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C., 1950.

A Look at the Hand and Arm Gestures of the Characters on the Palenque Temple XIX Bench, by Jorge Pérez de Lara. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/features/gestures/index.html, 2002.

A Stylistic and Chronological Study of Olmec Monumental Sculpture, by Carl William Clewlow, Jr. Contributions to the University of California Archaeological Research Facility 19. Department of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, 1974.

A Tour of Acanceh with a Brief History of the Site and Its Archaeology, by Jorge Pérez de Lara. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/features/acanceh/index.html, 2005.

A Tour of Chichen Itza with a Brief History of the Site and Its Archaeology, by Jorge Pérez de Lara. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/chichen/features/tour/index.html, 2003.

A Tour of Copan with a Brief History of the Site and Its Archaeology, by Jorge Pérez de Lara. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/copan/tour/index.html, 2005.

A Tour of Edzna with a Brief History of the Site and Its Archaeology, by Jorge Pérez de Lara. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/features/edzna/index.html, 2007.

A Tour of Tikal with a Brief History of its Rediscovery and Archaeological Work at the Site, by Jorge Pérez de Lara. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/tikal/features/history/index, 2005.

A Tour of Uxmal with a Brief History of the Site and Its Archaeology, by Jorge Pérez de Lara. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/features/uxmal/index.html, 2007.

Ausgrabungen in Tlatelolco (Mexiko), by Leonardo López Luján. Das Altertum 35(4):249-253, 1989.

Ausgrabung von Opfersetzungen des 15. Jh. n. Ch. in Tenochtitlan (Mexiko), by Andrés Saúl Alcántara Salinas, and Leonardo López Luján. Das Altertum 38(2):147, 1992.

Azcapotzalco y los orfebres de Moctezuma, by Leonardo López Luján, Jorge Arturo Talavera González, María Teresa Olivera, and José Luis Ruvalcaba Sil. Arqueología Mexicana 23(136):50-59, 2015.

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Baj "Hammer" and Related Affective Verbs in Classic Mayan, by Marc Zender. The PARI Journal 11(2):1-16, 2010.

Bajo el volcán: el memorial de Motecuhzoma II en Amecameca, by Leonardo López Luján. Arqueología Mexicana 17(95):56-59, 2009.

Balan-Ahau: A Possible Reading of the Tikal Emblem Glyph and a Title at Palenque, by Linda Schele. In Fourth Palenque Round Table, 1980, edited by Elizabeth P. Benson, pp. 59-65. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, San Francisco, 1985.

Beans and Glyphs: A Possible IB Logogram in the Classic Maya Script, by Alexandre Tokovinine. The PARI Journal 14(4):10-16, 2014.

Benches, Brothers, and Lineage Lords of Copan, by Sandra Bardsley. In Eighth Palenque Round Table, 1993, edited by Martha J. Macri and Jan McHargue, pp. 195-201. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, San Francisco, 1996.

Beyond Rainstorms: The Kawak as an Ancestor, Warrior, and Patron of Witchcraft, by Joanne M. Spero. In Sixth Palenque Round Table, 1986, edited by Virginia M. Fields, pp. 184-193. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, 1991.

Birds of a Feather: The Fallen Stucco Inscription of Temple XVIII, Palenque, Chiapas, by William M. Ringle. In Eighth Palenque Round Table, 1993, edited by Martha J. Macri and Jan McHargue, pp. 45-61. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, San Francisco, 1996.

Blom and La Farge and the Discovery of La Venta - Chapters 1-4 of Tribes and Temples: A Record of the Expedition to Middle America Conducted by the Tulane University of Louisiana in 1925, by Frans Blom and Oliver La Farge. 2 vols. Tulane University, New Orleans, 1926-1927.

Blood and Rain, by Jorge Pérez de Lara. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/articles/JPL/Blood-and-Rain.pdf, 2012.

Border Problems: Recent Archaeological Research along the Usumacinta River, by Charles Golden and Andrew Scherer. The PARI Journal 7(2):1-16, 2006.

B'utz'aj Sak Chi'ik, "Smoking Lark / Calandria Humeante," the Third Palenque Ruler, by Erik Boot. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/palenque/features/boot/butzaj.html, 2000.

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Camino al Mictlan..., edited by Leonardo López Luján and Vida Mercado. Asociación de Amigos del Templo Mayor; Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico, 1997.

Caminos en las tierras bajas noroccidentales: sicix bäbih en el hinterland de Palenque y Chinikihá, by Flavio G. Silva de la Mora. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/es/articulos/Silva/Caminos.html, 2009.

Capture and Sacrifice at Palenque, by Claude F. Baudez and Peter Mathews. In Tercera Mesa Redonda de Palenque, edited by Merle Greene Robertson and Donnan Call Jeffers, pp. 31-40. Pre-Columbian Art Research Center; Herald Printers, Monterey, CA, 1979.

Caracol Altar 21 Revisited: More Data on Double Bird and Tikal's Wars of the Mid-Sixth Century, by Simon Martin. The PARI Journal 6(1), 1-9, 2005.

Caracol: The Thirteenth Tun 1997 Season, by Arlen F. Chase and Diane Z. Chase. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute Newsletter 22:2-3, 1997.

Caracterización de materiales constitutivos de relieves en estucos, morteros y pintura mural de la zona arqueológica de Palenque, Chiapas, by Javier Vázquez Negrete and Rodrigo Velázquez. In Eighth Palenque Round Table, 1993, edited by Martha J. Macri and Jan McHargue, pp. 107-112. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, San Francisco, 1996.

Centros cívico-ceremoniales menores o "sitios de orden secundario" en la región de Palenque: características y componentes, by Atasta Flores Esquivel. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/es/articulos/Flores/Centros-secundarios-Palenque.pdf, 2009.

"Ceramic" Support for the Identity of Classic Maya Architectural Long-Lipped (Corner) Masks as the Animated Witz "Hill, Mountain", by Erik Boot. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/features/boot/Masks.pdf, 2004.

Chalcatzingo: A Brief Introduction, by David C. Grove. The PARI Journal 9(1):1-7, 2008.

Chalcatzingo Monument 34: A Formative Period "Southern Style" Stela in the Central Mexican Highlands, by Susan D. Gillespie. The PARI Journal 9(1):8-16, 2008.

Characterization and Provenance of Lime Plasters from the Templo Mayor of Tenochtitlan (Mexico City), by Domenico Miriello, Donatella Barca, Gino M. Crisci, Luis Barba, Jorge Blancas, Agustín Ortiz, Alessandra Pecci, and Leonardo López Luján. Archaeometry 53(6):1119-1141, 2011.

Lorillard Town (Charnay and Maudslay at Yaxchilan) - Chapter 22 of The Ancient Cities of the New World: Being Voyages and Explorations in Mexico and Central America from 1857-1882, by Désiré Charnay. Harper and Brothers, New York, 1887.

Chinikiha: The Modern Threat to an Ancient Maya Kingdom, by David Stuart and Alfonso Morales. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/reports/chinikiha.html, 2003.

Cho'qu'muc: la destrucción de un sitio arqueológico, by Christopher S. Martínez D. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/es/informes/Martinez.pdf, 2007.

Cincuenta y seis años de arqueología en Estudios de Cultura Náhuatl, by Leonardo López Luján. Estudios de Cultura Náhuatl 50:31-51, 2015.

Citation and Referencing Strategies for Secondary and Post-Secondary Students, by Marc Zender. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/articles/zender/Citation.pdf, 2005.

Claude-François Baudez (1932-2013), by Leonardo López Luján. Arqueología Mexicana 21(123):8, 2013.

Color in Monumental Mexica Sculpture, by Leonardo López Luján and Giacomo Chiari. Res: Anthropology and Aesthetics 61-62:330-342. Cambridge, MA, 2012.

Colossal Heads of the Olmec Culture, by C. William Clewlow, Richard A. Cowan, James F. O'Connell, and Carlos Benemann. Contributions of the University of California Archaeological Research Facility 4. Department of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, 1967.

Communal and Personal Hunting Shrines Around Lake Atitlan, Guatemala, by Linda A. Brown. In Maya Archaeology 1, edited by Charles Golden, Stephen Houston, and Joel Skidmore, pp. 36-59. Precolumbia Mesoweb Press, San Francisco, 2009.

Cómo definir un palacio en Teotihuacan, by Linda Manzanilla, Leonardo López Luján, and William L. Fash. In Arquitectura y urbanismo. Pasado y presente de los espacios en Teotihuacan. Memoria de la Tercera Mesa Redonda de Teotihuacan, edited by María Elena Ruiz Gallut and Jesús Torres Peralta, pp. 185-209. Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico, 2005.

Composite Mirrors Among the Ancient Maya: Ostentatious Production and Precolumbian Fraud, by Zachary Nelson, Barry Scheetz, Guillermo Mata Amado, and Antonio Prado. The PARI Journal 9(4):1-7, 2009.

Comprendiendo los inicios de la complejidad social en la Costa del Pacífico y el Altiplano de Guatemala, by Bárbara Arroyo. In Millenary Maya Societies: Past Crises and Resilience, edited by M.-Charlotte Arnauld and Alain Breton, pp. 169-186. Electronic document, published online at Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/publications/MMS/11_Arroyo.pdf, 2013.

Copan's Last Saklaktuun, by David Stuart. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/stuart/notes/Saklaktuun.pdf, 2002.

Corn Deities and the Male/Female Complementary Principle, by Karen Bassie-Sweet. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/features/bassie/corn/Corn_Deities.pdf, 2002.

Cranial Surgery in Ancient Mesoamerica, by Vera Tiesler Blos. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/features/tiesler/Cranial.pdf, 2003.

Creation, Cosmos, and the Imagery of Palenque and Copan, by Linda Schele and Khristaan D. Villela. In Eighth Palenque Round Table, 1993, edited by Martha J. Macri and Jan McHargue, pp. 15-30. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, San Francisco, 1996.

Crecimiento, colapso y retorno ritual en la ciudad antigua de Uaxactún (150 a.C.-300 d.C.), by Milan Kováč. In Millenary Maya Societies: Past Crises and Resilience, edited by M.-Charlotte Arnauld and Alain Breton, pp. 106-121. Electronic document, published online at Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/publications/MMS/8_Kovac.pdf, 2013.

Cresterías of Palenque, by Gillett G. Griffin. In Tercera Mesa Redonda de Palenque, edited by Merle Greene Robertson and Donnan Call Jeffers, pp. 139-146. Pre-Columbian Art Research Center; Herald Printers, Monterey, CA, 1979.

Crisis múltiples en Naachtun: aprovechadas, superadas e irreversibles, by Philippe Nondédéo, Alejandro Patiño, Julien Sion, Dominique Michelet, and Carlos Morales-Aguilar. In Millenary Maya Societies: Past Crises and Resilience, edited by M.-Charlotte Arnauld and Alain Breton, pp. 122-147. Electronic document, published online at Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/publications/MMS/9_Nondedeo_etal.pdf, 2013.

Crisis y cambios en el Clásico Tardío: los retos económicos de una ciudad entre las Tierras Altas y las Tierras Bajas mayas, by Mélanie Forné, Chloé Andrieu, Arthur A. Demarest, Paola Torres, Claudia Quintanilla, Ronald L. Bishop, and Olaf Jaime-Riverón. In Millenary Maya Societies: Past Crises and Resilience, edited by M.-Charlotte Arnauld and Alain Breton, pp. 49-61. Electronic document, published online at Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/publications/MMS/3_Forne_etal.pdf, 2013.

Crisis y supervivencia en Machaquilá, Petén, Guatemala, by Andrés Ciudad Ruiz, Alfonso Lacadena García-Gallo, Jesús Adánez Pavón, and M. Josefa Iglesias Ponce de León. In Millenary Maya Societies: Past Crises and Resilience, edited by M.-Charlotte Arnauld and Alain Breton, pp. 73-91. Electronic document, published online at Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/publications/MMS/6_Ciudad_etal.pdf, 2013.

Cuarenta clases de magos del mundo náhuatl, by Alfredo López Austin. Estudios de Cultura Náhuatl 7:87-118, 1967.

Cultural Subareas of Eastern Mesoamerica, by S. Jeffrey K. Wilkerson. In Primera Mesa Redonda de Palenque, Part II: A Conference on the Art, Iconography, and Dynastic History of Palenque, 1973, edited by Merle Greene Robertson, pp. 89-102. Robert Louis Stevenson School, Pebble Beach, CA, 1974.

Culturas del Centro de México en el Posclásico Tardío, by Leonardo López Luján. In Catálogo esencial. Museo Nacional de Antropología. 100 obras, edited by Mónica del Villar K., pp. 163-189. Artes de México; Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico, 2011.

Curtain Holes in the Standing Architecture of Palenque, by Michael Anderson. In Fourth Palenque Round Table, 1980, edited by Elizabeth P. Benson, pp. 21-27. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, San Francisco, 1985.

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Damming the Usumacinta: The Archaeological Impact, by S. Jeffrey K. Wilkerson. In Sixth Palenque Round Table, 1986, edited by Virginia M. Fields, pp. 118-134. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, 1991.

Dating Stela 26 of Tikal, by Stanley Guenter. The PARI Journal 14(3):13-17, 2014.

De ancestros, guerreros y reyes muertos: el simbolismo de la espátula rosada (Platalea ajaja) entre los antiguos nahuas, by Guilhem Olivier and Leonardo López Luján. In Del saber ha hecho su razón de ser... Homenaje a Alfredo López Austin, edited by Eduardo Matos Moctezuma and Ángela Ochoa, v. 1, pp. 159-194. Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia; Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico, 2017.

Death and Veneration at El Perú-Waka': Structure M14-15 as Ancestor Shrine, by Keith Eppich. The PARI Journal 8(1):1-16, 2007.

Death of the Defeated: New Historial Data on Block 4 of La Corona's Hieroglyphic Stairway 2, by David Stuart, Marcello A. Canuto, Tomás Barrientos Q., Jocelyne Ponce, and Joanne Baron. La Corona Notes 1(3). Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/LaCorona/LaCoronaNotes03.pdf, 2015.

Dedicatory Burial / Offering Complexes at the Moon Pyramid, Teotihuacan: A Preliminary Report of 1998-2004 Explorations, by Saburo Sugiyama and Leonardo López Luján. Ancient Mesoamerica 18(1):127-146, 2007.

Deities Portrayed on Censers at Mayapan, by J. Eric S. Thompson. Current Reports 2(40):599-632. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Cambridge, MA, 1957.

Desarrollo arquitectónico del Grupo Norte de Palenque, by Alejandro Tovalín Ahumada and Gabriela Ceja Manrique. In Eighth Palenque Round Table, 1993, edited by Martha J. Macri and Jan McHargue, pp. 93-101. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, San Francisco, 1996.

Descubrimientos en Chinkultic, Chiapas, by Carlos Navarrete. Arqueología Mexicana 9(50):15. Mexico, 2001.

Divine Patrons of the Maya Ballgame, by Alexander Tokovinine. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/features/tokovinine/Ballgame.pdf, 2002.

Don Juan Mountain and the Road to Palenque, by Karen Bassie-Sweet, Julia Miller, and Alfonso Morales. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/features/DonJuan/DonJuan.pdf, 2002.

Dos esculturas de Mictlantecuhtli encontradas en el recinto sagrado de Mexico-Tenochtitlan, by Leonardo López Luján and Vida Mercado. Estudios de Cultura Náhuatl 26:41-68, 1996.

Dos esculturas prehispánicas del barrio de Santa Catarina en Coyoacán, by Leonardo López Luján. Arqueología Mexicana 24(143):18-23, 2017.

Dos esculturas prehispánicas del Centro de México pertenecientes a la antigua colección Uhde, by Leonardo López Luján and Maria Gaida. Mexicon 34(4):82-87, 2012.

Drawings of Glyphs of Structure XVIII, Palenque, by Miguel Ángel Fernández and Heinrich Berlin. Notes on Middle American Archaeology and Ethnology 5(119):39-44. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Cambridge, MA, 1954.



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Early Maya Writing on an Unprovenanced Monument: The Antwerp Museum Stela, by Erik Boot. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/articles/boot/Antwerp.pdf, 2006.

Early Travelers to Palenque, by Gillett G. Griffin. In Primera Mesa Redonda de Palenque, Part I: A Conference on the Art, Iconography, and Dynastic History of Palenque, 1973, edited by Merle Greene Robertson, pp. 9-34. Robert Louis Stevenson School, Pebble Beach, CA, 1974.

Earthquake!, by David Stuart. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/stuart/notes/Earthquake.pdf, 2001.

Eclecticism at Cacaxtla, by George Kubler. In Third Palenque Round Table, 1978, Part 2, edited by Merle Greene Robertson, pp. 163-172. University of Texas Press, Austin, 1980.

Édouard Pingret, un coleccionista europeo de mediados del siglo XIX, by Marie-France Fauvet-Berthelot and Leonardo López Luján. Arqueología Mexicana 19(114):66-73, 2012.

El abandono de Aguateca, Petén, Guatemala, by Erick M. Ponciano, Takeshi Inomata, and Daniela Triadan. In Millenary Maya Societies: Past Crises and Resilience, edited by M.-Charlotte Arnauld and Alain Breton, pp. 68-72. Electronic document, published online at Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/publications/MMS/5_Ponciano_etal.pdf, 2013.

"El adiós y triste queja del Gran Calendario Azteca": el incesante peregrinar de la Piedra del Sol, by Leonardo López Luján. Arqueología Mexicana 16(91):78-83, 2008.

El águila real en el Templo Mayor, by Leonardo López Luján. In Águila real. Símbolo vivo de México, by Fulvio Eccardi et al., pp. 42-45. Gaia Editores; Instituto Nacional de Historia e Antropología, Mexico, 2010.

El capitán Guillermo Dupaix y su álbum arqueológico de 1794, by Leonardo López Luján. Arqueología Mexicana 19(109):71-81, 2011.

El chacmool de Míxquic y el sacrificio humano, by Leonardo López Luján and Javier Urcid. Estudios de Cultura Náhuatl 33:25-43, 2002.

El chacmool tolteca de la Casa del Apartado: imitación, reúso y legitimidad, by Leonardo López Luján, Alfredo López Austin, and José María García. Arqueología Mexicana 22(130):22-29, 2014.

El coatepantli de Tenochtitlan: historia de un malentendido, by Leonardo López Luján y Alfredo López Austin. Arqueología Mexicana 19(111):64-71, 2012.

El Códice de Teotenantzin y las imágines prehispánicas de la Sierra de Guadalupe, México, by Leonardo López Luján y Xavier Noguez. In La quêtes du Serpent à Plumes. Arts et religions de l'Amérique précolombienne. Hommage à Michel Graulich, edited by Nathalie Ragot, Sylvie Peperstraete, and Guilhem Olivier, pp. 251-276. Bibliothèque de l'Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, Paris, 2011.

El coleccionismo arqueológico en Mesoamérica y la Nueva España, by Leonardo López Luján. In Catálogo esencial. Museo Nacional de Antropología. 100 obras, edited by Mónica del Villar K., pp. 15-22. Artes de México; Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico, 2011.

El complejo piramidal La Danta: ejemplo del auge en El Mirador, by Edgar Suyuc Ley and Richard D. Hansen. In Millenary Maya Societies: Past Crises and Resilience, edited by M.-Charlotte Arnauld and Alain Breton, pp. 217-234. Electronic document, published online at Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/publications/MMS/14_Suyuc-Hansen.pdf, 2013.

El Cuartillo de Santo Tomás Ajusco y los cultos agrícolas, by Leonardo López Luján, and Alfredo López Austin. Arqueología Mexicana 18(106):18-23, 2010.

El diminuto Quetzalcóatl de jadeitita del Templo Mayor, by Leonardo López Luján, Ricardo Sánchez Hernández, and Ángel González López. Arqueología Mexicana 23(133):68-73, 2015.

El enigma de los olmecas, by Wigberto Jiménez Moreno. Cuadernos Americanos 5(5):113-146, 1942.

El Epiclásico: el caso del Valle de Morelos, by Leonardo López Luján. In Historia Antigua de México. Volumen II. El horizonte Clásico, edited by Linda Manzanilla and Leonardo López Luján, pp. 261-293. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico, 1995.

El funeral de un dignatario mexica, by Juan Alberto Román Berrelleza and Leonardo López Luján. Arqueología Mexicana 7(40):36-39, 1999.

El Hacha Humboldt: un objeto ritual olmeca tallado en jadeitita, by Leonardo López Luján and Maria Gaida. Arqueología Mexicana 23(133):56-61, 2015.

El ídolo sin pies ni cabeza: La Coatlicue a fines del siglo XVIII, by Leonardo López Luján. Estudios de Cultura Náhuatl 42:203-232, 2011.

El insólito caso de la "Piedra Pintada", by Eduardo Matos Moctezuma and Leonardo López Luján. Arqueología Mexicana 19(116):28-35, 2012.

El jaguar mexica de la calle Emiliano Zapata en la ciudad de México, by Leonardo López Luján and Gabriela Sánchez Reyes. Arqueología Mexicana 20(115):78-81, 2012.

El oro de las ofrendas y las sepulturas del recinto sagrado de Tenochtitlan, by Leonardo López Luján. Arqueología Mexicana 24(144):58-63, 2017.

El oro de Tenochtitlan, by Leonardo López Luján and José Luis Ruvalcaba Sil. National Geographic en Español 31(34):28, 2012.

El oro de Tenochtitlan: la colección arqueológica del Proyecto Templo Mayor, by Leonardo López Luján and José Luis Ruvalcaba Sil. Estudios de Cultura Náhuatl 49:7-57, 2015.

El poder de las imágenes: esculturas antropomorfas y cultos de elite en Teotihuacan, by Leonardo López Luján, Laura Filloy Nadal, Barbara Fash, William L. Fash, and Pilar Hernández. In Arqueología e historia del Centro de México. Homenaje a Eduardo Matos Moctezuma, edited by Leonardo López Luján, Davíd Carrasco, and Lourdes Cué, pp. 171-201. Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico, 2006.

El proceso de desarrollo político del estado maya de Yaxhá: un caso de competencia de élites y readecuación dentro de un marco de circunscripción territorial, by Vilma Fialko. In Millenary Maya Societies: Past Crises and Resilience, edited by M.-Charlotte Arnauld and Alain Breton, pp. 265-283. Electronic document, published online at Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/publications/MMS/17_Fialko.pdf, 2013.

El Proyecto Templo Mayor (2007-2014), by Leonardo López Luján. In El Templo Mayor. A un siglo de su descubrimiento, pp. 76-78, 86-89. Special edition 56. Arqueología Mexicana, Mexico, 2014.

El sacrificio humano en Mesoamérica: ayer, hoy y mañana, by Guilhem Olivier and Leonardo López Luján. In El sacrificio humano en la tradición religiosa mesoamericana, edited by Leonardo López Luján and Guilhem Olivier, pp. 19-42. Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia; Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico, 2010.

El sacrificio humano entre los mexicas, by Alfredo López Austin and Leonardo López Luján. Arqueología Mexicana 17(103):20-29, 2010.

El Tajín en el siglo XVIII: dos exploraciones pioneras en Veracruz, by Leonardo López Luján. Arqueología Mexicana 9(52):20-27, 1999.

El Templo de Quetzalcóatl en Teotihuacan: su posible significado ideológico, by Alfredo López Austin, Leonardo López Luján, and Saburo Sugiyama. Anales 62:35-52. Instituto de Investigaciones Estéticas, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico, 1991.

El Templo Mayor de Tenochtitlan, el Tonacatépetl y el mito del robo del maíz, by Alfredo López Austin and Leonardo López Luján. In Acercarse y mirar. Homenaje a Beatriz de la Fuente, edited by María Teresa Uriarte and Leticia Staines Cicero, pp. 403-455, 486. Instituto de Investigaciones Estéticas, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico, 2004.

El tepetlacalli de la colección Leof: imagen cuatripartita del tiempo y el espacio, by Leonardo López Luján and Marco Antonio Santos. Estudios de Cultura Náhuatl 43:7-46, 2011.

El Vaso 9-Xi: un recipiente anaranjado delgado encontrado en Tenochtitlan - by Leonardo López Luján, Héctor Neff, and Saburo Sugiyama. In Ideología y política a través de materiales, imágenes y símbolos. Memoria de la Primera Mesa Redonda de Teotihuacan, edited by María Elena Ruiz Gallut, pp. 731-760. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico, 2002.

El vocabulario maya clásico de los ritos en cuevas, by Alejandro Sheseña. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/es/articulos/vocabulario/Cuevas.pdf, 2010.

El Zotz, 2006: Mapping the Wilds of Peten, by Zachary Nelson. Mesoweb: www/mesoweb.com/zotz/articles/nelson2006.html, 2008.

El Zotz, 2007: The Return of the Archaeologists, by Zachary Nelson. Mesoweb: www/mesoweb.com/zotz/articles/Nelson2007.html, 2008.

En busca del tiempo perdido: arqueología de la memoria en Cotzumalguapa, by Oswaldo F. Chinchilla Mazariegos. In Millenary Maya Societies: Past Crises and Resilience, edited by M.-Charlotte Arnauld and Alain Breton, pp. 199-216. Electronic document, published online at Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/publications/MMS/13_Chinchilla.pdf, 2013.

En busca de Tenochtitlan, by Leonardo López Luján. National Geographic en Español: edición Latinoamérica (noviembre):26-33, 2010.

Enclosed Ritual Spaces and the Watery Underworld in Formative Period Architecture: New Observations on the Function of La Venta Complex A, by F. Kent Reilly, III. In Seventh Palenque Round Table, 1989, edited by Merle Greene Robertson and Virginia M. Fields, pp. 125-135. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, San Francisco, 1994.

Entering the Underworld: Animal Offerings at the Foot of the Great Temple of Tenochtitlan, by Leonardo López Luján, Ximena Chávez Balderas, Belem Zúñiga Arellano, Alejandra Aguirre Molina, and Norma Valentín Maldonado. In Animals and Inequality in the Ancient World, edited by Sue Ann McCarty and Benjamin Arbuckle, pp. 33-36. University Press of Colorado, Boulder, 2014.

Escultura mexica del recinto sagrado de Tenochtitlan: restituciones cromáticas, análisis de pigmentos y estudio simbólico, by Leonardo López Luján, Giacomo Chiari, Fernando Carrizosa, Michelle De Anda Rogel, Diego Matadamas, and Erika Lucero Robles. In El color de los dioses, edited by Evelyn Useda Miranda, María Helena Rangel Guerrero, and Mariana Casanova Zamudio, pp. 92-111. Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes; Museo del Palacio de Bellas Artes; Secretaría de Cultura; Liebieghaus Skulpturen Sammlung, Mexico, 2016.

Espionaje y arqueología: la misión imposible de Tomás Murphy, by Leonardo López Luján and Marie-France Fauvet-Berthelot. Arqueología Mexicana 23(135):16-23, 2015.

Evidence for Language Change in Ancient Maya Writing: A Case Study of the Verb Tzutz, by Zachary X. Hruby and John S. Robertson. Research Reports on Ancient Maya Writing 50:25-40. Center for Maya Research, Washington, D.C., 2001.

Evidence for Macro-Political Organization Amongst Classic Maya Lowland States, by Simon Martin and Nikolai Grube. Manuscript, 1994.

Excavaciones en un palacio de Teotihuacan: el Proyecto Xalla, by Leonardo López Luján and Linda Manzanilla. Arqueología Mexicana 9(50):14-15, 2001.

Excavation of a Colonnaded Hall at Mayapan, by Howard D. Winters. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Current Reports 1(31):381-396. Cambridge, MA, 1955.

Excavations, Interpretations, and Implications of the Earliest Structures Beneath Structure 10L-26 at Copan, Honduras, by Richard Williamson. In Eighth Palenque Round Table, 1993, edited by Martha J. Macri and Jan McHargue, pp. 169-175. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, San Francisco, 1996.

Excavations of Nakum Structure 15: Discovery of Royal Burials and Accompanying Offerings, by Jaroslaw Zralka, Wieslaw Koszkul, Bernard Hermes, and Simon Martin. The PARI Journal 12(3):1-20, 2012.

Excerpts from the Researches and Explorations of Teobert Maler - with a short biography by Ian Graham.

Exploraciones en un posible palacio de Teotihuacan: el Proyecto Xalla (2000-2001), by Linda Manzanilla and Leonardo López Luján. Mexicon 23(3):58-61, 2006.

Exploration of an Ancient Maya City, by Ed Barnhart. Mundo Maya, 2005.

Exploring the 584286 Correlation between the Maya and European Calendars, by Simon Martin and Joel Skidmore. The PARI Journal 13(2):3-16, 2012.

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Feast and Sacrifice at El Perú-Waka': The N14-2 Deposit as Dedication, by Keith Eppich. The PARI Journal 10(2):1-19, 2009.

Field Notes: Caracol, by Arlen Chase and Diane Chase. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute Newsletter 14:3-4, 1991.

Field Notes: Caracol, Belize 1990 Season, by Merle Greene Robertson. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute Newsletter 12:2-3, 1990.

"57 Varieties": The Palenque Beauty Salon, by Merle Greene Robertson. In Fourth Palenque Round Table, 1980, edited by Elizabeth P. Benson, pp. 155-158. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, San Francisco, 1985.

Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco Acquire Maya Stela, by Kathleen Berrin. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute Newsletter 28:6-8, 1999.

'Flaming Ak'bal' and the Glyphic Representation of the aj- Agentive Prefix, by Marc Zender. The PARI Journal 5(3):8-10, 2005.

Flaying, Dismemberment, and Ritual Human Sacrifice on the Pacific Coast of Guatemala - by Oswaldo Chinchilla Mazariegos. The PARI Journal 14(3):1-12, 2014.

Frans Blom and the Decipherment of Maya Writing, by Jesper Nielsen. The PARI Journal 4(2):4-9, 2003.

From Common Cholan-Tzeltalan to Classical Ch'olti': The Identification of the Language of Mayan Hieroglyphs, by John S. Robertson. Mesoweb www.mesoweb.com/articles/robertson/Robertson-2010.pdf, 2010.

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Genealogical Documentation on the Tri-figure Panels at Palenque, by Linda Schele. In Tercera Mesa Redonda de Palenque, edited by Merle Greene Robertson and Donnan Call Jeffers, pp. 41-70. Pre-Columbian Art Research Center; Herald Printers, Monterey, CA, 1979.

Gestures and Offerings, by Elizabeth P. Benson. In Primera Mesa Redonda de Palenque, Part I: A Conference on the Art, Iconography, and Dynastic History of Palenque, 1973, edited by Merle Greene Robertson, pp. 109-120. Robert Louis Stevenson School, Pebble Beach, CA, 1974.

Glyph Drawings from Landa's Relación: A Caveat to the Investigator, by George Stuart. Research Reports on Ancient Maya Writing 19:23-28. Center for Maya Research, Washington, D.C., 1988.

Glyph F of the Supplementary Series: Ti' Hu'n, Mouth of the Book, by Scott A. J. Johnson. The PARI Journal 10(3):11-19, 2010.

Glyph for Stingray Spine, by Albert Davletshin. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/features/davletshin/Spine.pdf, 2003.

Glyph T93 and Maya "Hand-scattering" Events, by Bruce Love. Research Reports on Ancient Maya Writing 5:7-16. Center for Maya Research, Washington, D.C., 1987.

Glyphs for "Handspan" and "Strike" in Classic Maya Ballgame Texts, by Marc Zender. The PARI Journal 4(4):1-9, 2004.

Glyphs for "Right" and "Left"?, by David Stuart. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/stuart/notes/RightLeft.pdf, 2002.

Goddess and the King, by Leonardo López Luján and Eduardo Matos Moctezuma. British Museum Magazine 64:24-26. London, 2009.

Grupos arquitectónicos asociados a Salinas de los Nueve Cerros, Cobán, Alta Verapaz, Guatemala, by José Luis Garrido López. www.mesoweb.com/es/articulos/Garrido.pdf, 2009.

Guerras y crisis, by Claude-François Baudez. In Millenary Maya Societies: Past Crises and Resilience, edited by M.-Charlotte Arnauld and Alain Breton, pp. 318-322. Electronic document, published online at Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/publications/MMS/21_Baudez.pdf, 2013.

Guerra y muerte en Tenochtitlan: descubrimientos en el Recinto de las Águilas, by Leonardo López Luján. Arqueología Mexicana 2(12):75-77, 1995.

Guillaume Joseph Dupaix (1746-1818) alias Guillermo Dupaix: un Luxembourgeois méconnu aux origines de l'archéologie précolombienne et mexicaine, by Foni Le Brun-Ricalens, Leonardo López Luján, Marie-France Fauvet-Berthelot, and Elodie Richard. Archaelogia Luxemburgensis, Bulletin du Centre National de Recherche Archéologique 1:130-151, 2014.

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Hallazgo de dos vasijas policromas en Teopancazco, Teotihuacan, by Linda Manzanilla. Arqueología Mexicana 8(44):80, 2000.

Hallazgo de un edificio circular al pie del Templo Mayor de Tenochtitlan, by Leonardo López Luján and Raúl Barrera Rodríguez. Arqueología Mexicana 19(112):17, 2011.

Head Shaping and Dental Decoration Among the Ancient Maya, by Dr. Vera Tiesler. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/features/tiesler/media/headshaping.pdf, 2003.

Hieroglyphic Inscriptions at Chichén Itzá, Yucatán, México: The Temples of the Initial Series, the One Lintel, the Three Lintels, and the Four Lintels, by Ruth Krochock. Research Reports on Ancient Maya Writing 23:7-14. Center for Maya Research, Washington, D.C., 1989.

Hieroglyphs For Your Eyes Only: Samuel K. Lothrop and His Use of Ancient Egyptian as Cipher, by Pierre Meyrat. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/articles/meyrat/Meyrat2014.pdf, 2014.

Hieroglyphs from the Painted Pyramid: The Epigraphy of Chiik Nahb Structure Sub 1-4, Calakmul, Mexico, by Simon Martin. In Maya Archaeology 2, edited by Charles Golden, Stephen Houston, and Joel Skidmore, pp. 60-81. Precolumbia Mesoweb Press, San Francisco, 2012.

Hieroglyphs on Maya Vessels, by David Stuart. In The Maya Vase Book: A Corpus of Rollout Photographs of Maya Vases, Volume 1, pp. 159-160. Kerr Associates, New York, 1989.

High Resolution Documentation of the Murals of San Bartolo, by William Saturno. In Maya Archaeology 1, edited by Charles Golden, Stephen Houston, and Joel Skidmore, pp. 8-27. Precolumbia Mesoweb Press, San Francisco, 2009.

Historical Notes on the Discovery of the Ruins, the Founding of the Town, and the Origin and Significance of the Name of Palenque, by Arnulfo Hardy González. In Sixth Palenque Round Table, 1986, edited by Virginia M. Fields, pp. 3-5. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, 1991.

Huesos cruzados y corazones torcidos: una ofrenda con insignias de oro al pie del Templo Mayor de Tenochtitlan, by Gerardo Pedraza Rubio, Leonardo López Luján, and Nicolás Fuentes Hoyos. Arqueología Mexicana 24(144):44-50, 2017.

¿Huitzilopochtli o Mictlantecuhtli?, by Leonardo López Luján. Arqueología Mexicana 4(23):2, 1997.

Huitzilopochtli y el sacrificio de niños en el Templo Mayor de Tenochtitlan, by Leonardo López Luján, Ximena Chávez Balderas, Norma Valentín, and Aurora Montúfar. In El sacrificio humano en la tradición religiosa mesoamericana, edited by Leonardo López Luján and Guilhem Olivier, pp. 367-394. Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia; Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico, 2010.

Humo aromático para los dioses. Una ofrenda de sahumadores al pie del Templo Mayor de Tenochtitlan, edited by Leonardo López Luján. Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico, 2012.

Hurricane!, by Stephen Houston. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/articles/houston/Hurricane.pdf, 2006.

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I Am a kahal; My Parents Were Scribes, by Michael P. Closs. Research Reports on Ancient Maya Writing 39:7-22. Center for Maya Research, Washington, D.C., 1992.

Ideas, tecnología y simbolismo: lado social en la producción artesanal de la lítica en los sitios arqueológicos Yaxha-Nakum-Naranjo, by Hugo Carreño. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/es/articulos/Carreno/Ideas.pdf, 2012.

Images of Moctezuma and his Symbols of Power, by Guilhem Olivier and Leonardo López Luján. Tribal Art Magazine, Quarterly Journal of the Art, Culture, and History of Traditional Peoples and Old World Civilizations from Africa, Oceania, Asia and the Americas 14-1(54):80-91. Museum of Anthropology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, 2009.

Incidents of Travel in Yucatan, by John L. Stephens. 2 vols. Harper and Brothers, New York, 1843.

Incriptions and Iconography of Castillo Viejo, Chichen Itza, by Peter Schmidt, David Stuart, and Bruce Love. The PARI Journal 9(2):1-17, 2008.

Inferencias sobre el paisaje político de Palenque en época prehispánica, by Rodrigo Liendo Stuardo. In La Estructura política de las capitales mayas. Algunas aportaciones, edited by Ana Luisa Izquierdo. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico, 2009.

In Memoriam: Christopher Jones, by Simon Martin. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/reports/ChristopherJones.html, 2015.

In Memoriam: David Humiston Kelley, by Peter Mathews. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/reports/DavidKelley.html, 2011.

In Memoriam: Enrique Nalda, by Mónica Mateos-Vega. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/reports/EnriqueNalda.html, 2010.

In Memoriam: George Stuart, by Norman Hammond. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/reports/GeorgeStuart.html, 2015.

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In Search of Mexica Kings: Current Excavations in Tenochtitlan, by Leonardo López Luján and Ximena Chávez Balderas. In Moctezuma: Aztec Ruler, edited by Colin McEwan and Leonardo López Luján, pp. 294-299, 305-312. British Museum Press, London, 2009.

In The Realm of the Witz': Animate Rivers and Rulership among the Classic Maya, by Jeremy Coltman. The PARI Journal 15(3):15-30, 2015.

In the Shadow of a Giant, by Stephen D. Houston. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/zotz/articles/Shadow-of-a-Giant.pdf, 2008.

Introduction: The Hieroglyphic Record of Chichén Itzá and its Neighbors, by George E. Stuart. In Research Reports on Ancient Maya Writing 23-25:1-6. Center for Maya Research, Washington, D.C., 1989.

Itzam Cab Ain: Caimans, Cosmology, and Calendrics in Postclassic Yucatán, by Karl Taube. Research Reports on Ancient Maya Writing 26:1-12. Center for Maya Research, Washington, D.C., 1989.

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Just Who Was This Amazing King?, by Alfonso Morales. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute Newsletter 30:1-3, 1999.

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La arqueología del Epiclásico en el Centro de México, by Leonardo López Luján. In Descubridores del pasado en Mesoamérica, pp. 285-313, 377-379, 401-402. Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso, Mexico, 2001.

La arqueología mesoamericana en la obra de Nebel, by Leonardo López Luján. In Carl Nebel. Pintor viajero del siglo XIX, edited by Arturo Aguilar, pp. 20-33. Editorial Artes de México, Mexico, 2006.

La arquitectura sagrada y sus usos. Estudio geofísico y químico de la Casa de las Águilas de Tenochtitlan, by Luis Barba, Agustín Ortíz, Karl Link, Luz Lazos, and Leonardo López Luján. Revista de Arqueología 198:44-53, 1997.

La Casa de las Águilas. Reconstrucción de un pasado. Exposición temporal en el Museo del Templo Mayor, edited by Leonardo López Luján and Luis A. Barba. Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia; Asociación de Amigos del Templo Mayor, Mexico, 2010.

La Corona Find Sheds Light on Site Q Mystery, by Stanley Guenter. The PARI Journal 6(2):14-16, 2005.

La crisis de La Blanca en el Clásico Terminal, by Cristina Vidal Lorenzo and Gaspar Muñoz Cosme. In Millenary Maya Societies: Past Crises and Resilience, edited by M.-Charlotte Arnauld and Alain Breton, pp. 92-105. Electronic document, published online at Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/publications/MMS/7_Vidal-Munoz.pdf, 2013.

La Cuenca de México. Clásico (150-600/650 d.C.): la diferenciación campo-ciudad, by Leonardo López Luján. Arqueología Mexicana 14(86):44-49, 2007.

La destrucción del cuerpo: el cautivo de mármol de Teotihuacan, by Leonardo López Luján, Laura Filloy Nadal, Barbara Fash, William L. Fash, and Pilar Hernández. Arqueología Mexicana 11(65):58-63, 2003.

La diosa Tlaltecuhtli de la Casa de las Ajaracas y el rey Ahuítzotl, by Eduardo Matos Moctezuma and Leonardo López Luján. Arqueología Mexicana 14(83):22-29, 2007.

La Estela 1 de La Mojarra, Veracruz, México, by Fernando Winfield Capitaine. Research Reports on Ancient Maya Writing 16. Center for Maya Research, Washington, D.C., 1988.

La estera y el trono: los símbolos de poder de Motecuhzoma II, by Leonardo López Luján and Guilhem Olivier. Arqueología Mexicana 17(98):38-44, 2009.

La fauna de la Ofrenda H del Templo Mayor, by Leonardo López Luján and Oscar J. Polaco. In La fauna en el Templo Mayor, edited by Oscar J. Polaco, pp. 149-169. Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico, 1991.

La historia póstuma de la Piedra de Tízoc, by Alfredo López Austin and Leonardo López Luján. Arqueología Mexicana 17(102):60-69, 2010.

La Isla de Sacrificios y la arqueología en los albores del México independiente, by Leonardo López Luján. Arqueología Mexicana 21(124):80-87, 2013.

Lamanai Stela 9: The Archaeological Context, by David M. Pendergast. Research Reports on Ancient Maya Writing 20:1-8. Center for Maya Research, Washington, D.C., 1988.

Lápidas del Templo Mayor, by Leonardo López Luján. Arqueología Mexicana 8(73):8, 2005.

La periodización de la historia mesoamericana, by Alfredo López Austin and Leonardo López Luján. Arqueología Mexicana 8(43):14-23, 2000.

La Piedra de la Librería Porrúa y los orígenes de la arqueología mexica, by Leonardo López Luján. Arqueología Mexicana 8(76):18-19, 2005.

La Piedra del Sol ¿en París?, by Marie-France Fauvet-Berthelot and Leonardo López Luján. Arqueología Mexicana 18(107):16-21, 2011.

La recuperación mexica del pasado teotihuacano, by Leonardo López Luján. Colección Divulgación, Serie Proyecto Templo Mayor 1. Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico, 1989.

Las "correrías particulares" del capitán Guillermo Dupaix, by Leonardo López Luján, and Sonia Arlette Pérez. Arqueología Mexicana 20(119):78-89, 2013.

La secuencia técnica de los relieves de Palenque: una vista a través del microscopio electrónico, by Ximena Vázquez del Mercado, Mercedes Villegas Yduñate, D. Magaloni, D. Rios, and L. Baños. In Eighth Palenque Round Table, 1993, edited by Martha J. Macri and Jan McHargue, pp. 113-119. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, San Francisco, 1996.

La Señora de Chalma, by Leonardo López Luján and Laura Filloy Nadal. Arqueología Mexicana 19(117):71-77, 2012.

Las imágenes de Moctezuma II y sus símbolos de poder, by Guilhem Olivier and Leonardo López Luján. In Moctezuma II. Tiempo y destino de un gobernante, edited by Leonardo López Luján and Colin McEwan, pp. 79-91. Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico, 2010.

Las ofrendas del Templo Mayor de Tenochtitlan, by Leonardo López Luján. Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico, 1993.

Las otras imágenes de Coyolxauhqui, by Leonardo López Luján. Arqueología Mexicana 17(102):48-54, 2010.

Late Postclassic Period Ceramics of the Western Highlands, Guatemala, by Greg Borgstede. In Maya Archaeology 2, edited by Charles Golden, Stephen Houston, and Joel Skidmore, pp. 104-115. Precolumbia Mesoweb Press, San Francisco, 2012.

La Tlaltecuhtli llega al Museo del Templo Mayor, by María Barajas Rocha, Leonardo López Luján, and Tenoch Medina González. Arqueología Mexicana 17(104):10, 2010.

La tumba de Miguel Ángel Asturias en París, by Leonardo López Luján. Arqueología Mexicana 7(40):69, 1999.

La Venta, Tabasco: A Study of Olmec Ceramics and Art, by Philip Drucker. Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 153. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., 1952.

Left- and Right-Handedness in Classic Maya Writing-Painting Contexts, by Erik Boot. Mesoweb www.mesoweb.com/features/boot/LeftRight.pdf, 2003.

Les agriculteurs qui semèrent des dieux. Des millénaires de tradition religieuse en Mésoamérique, by Alfredo López Austin and Leonardo López Luján. Religions et Histoire 7:18-29. Dijon, 2006.

Life and Death in Ancient Mexico, by Joel Skidmore. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/features/life_death/life00.html, 2003.

Lineage Patrons and Ancestor Worship Among the Classic Maya Nobility: The Case of Copán Structure 9N-82, by William L. Fash. In Sixth Palenque Round Table, 1986, edited by Virginia M. Fields, pp. 68-80. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, 1991.

Línea y color en Tenochtitlan: escultura policromada y pintura mural en el recinto sagrado de la capital mexica, by Leonardo López Luján, Giacomo Chiari, Alfredo López Austin, and Fernando Carrizosa. Estudios de Cultura Náhuatl 36:15-45, 2005.

Llover a cántaros: el culto a los dioses de la lluvia y el principio de disyunción en la tradición religiosa mesoamericana, by Leonardo López Luján. In Pensar América. Cosmovisión mesoamericana y andina, compiled by Antonio Garrido Aranda, pp. 89-109. Obra Social y Cultural Cajasur; Ayuntamiento de Montilla, Córdoba, 1997.

Lo húmedo y lo seco: el manejo del agua y la contrucción del paisaje in Tikal, by Liwy Grazioso Sierra and Vernon L. Scarborough. In Millenary Maya Societies: Past Crises and Resilience, edited by M.-Charlotte Arnauld and Alain Breton, pp. 249-264. Electronic document, published online at Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/publications/MMS/16_Grazioso-Scarborough.pdf, 2013.

Longer Live the King: The Questionable Demise of K'inich K'an Joy Chitam of Palenque, by David Stuart. The PARI Journal 4(1):1-4, 2003.

Lord Kingsborough and his Contribution to Ancient Mesoamerican Scholarship: The Antiquities of Mexico, by Sylvia D. Whitmore. The PARI Journal 9(4):8-16, 2009.

Lords of Palenque: The Glyphic Evidence, by Peter Mathews and Linda Schele. In Primera Mesa Redonda de Palenque, Part I: A Conference on the Art, Iconography, and Dynastic History of Palenque, 1973, edited by Merle Greene Robertson, pp. 63-75. Robert Louis Stevenson School, Pebble Beach, CA, 1974.

Los Codices Mayas, by George E. Stuart. [Review of Los códices mayas, by Thomas A. Lee, Jr. (1985).] Archaeoastronomy: The Journal for the Center of Archaeoastronomy 9(1-4):164-176, 1986.

Los depósitos rituales y las ceremonias de reconstitución del universo en Teotihuacan, by Leonardo López Luján. In Los rumbos del pensamiento. Homenaje a Yólotl González Torres, edited by Félix Báez-Jorge and Isabel Lagarriga Attias, pp. 75-98. Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico, 2015.

Los expedicionarios de Malaspina llegan a Teotihuacan (1791), by Leonardo López Luján, and Saburo Sugiyama. Arqueología Mexicana 23(131):22-33, 2015.

Los gigantes que viven en las piedras. Reflexiones metodológicas, by Alfredo López Austin. Estudios de Cultura Náhuatl 49:161-197, 2015.

Los materiales constructivos del Templo Mayor de Tenochtitlan, by Leonardo López Luján, Jaime Torres, and Aurora Montúfar. Estudios de Cultura Náhuatl 34:137-166, 2003.

Los mexicas en Tula y Tula en Mexico-Tenochtitlan, by Leonardo López Luján and Alfredo López Austin. Estudios de Cultura Náhuatl 38:33-83, 2007.

Los mexicas, últimos señores de Mesoamérica, by Leonardo López Luján. In Gran Enciclopedia de España y América. Tomo I. Los habitantes. Hasta Colón, edited by José María Javierre, pp. 170-183. Espasa Calpe; Argantonio, Madrid, 1983.

Los mexicas y el chacmool, by Alfredo López Austin and Leonardo López Luján. Arqueología Mexicana 9(49):68-73, 2001.

Los monolitos del mercado y el glifo tianquiztli, by Leonardo López Luján and Bertina Olmedo. Arqueología Mexicana 17(101):18-21, 2010.

Los murales de San Bartolo, El Petén, Guatemala, parte 1. El mural del Norte, by William Saturno, Karl Taube, and David Stuart. Center for Ancient American Studies, Barnardsville, NC, 2005.

Los murales de San Bartolo, El Petén, Guatemala, parte 2. El mural poniente, by Karl A. Taube, William A. Saturno, David Stuart, and Heather Hurst. Boundary End Archaeology Research Center, Barnardsville, NC, 2010.

Los periodizaciones marxistas de la historia mesoamericana, by Leonardo López Luján. In Homenaje a Julio César Olivé Negrete, edited by Beatriz Barba, Amalia Cardós, Agripina García, Celia Islas, Angelina Macías, Emma Pérez-Rocha, and Perla Valle, pp. 173-193. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico, 1991.

Los petroglifos de Amecameca: un monumento dedicado a la elección de Motecuhzoma Xocoyotzin, by Leonardo López Luján and Noel Morelos García. Anales de Antropología 26:127-156, 1989.

Los petroglifos de Los Olivos, Ixtayopan, Distrito Federal, by Leonardo López Luján and Diego Jiménez Badillo. Revista Mexicana de Estudios Antropológicos 33(1):149-166, 1987.

Los pintores de Bonampak, by Diana Magaloni, Richard Newman, Leticia Baños, and Tatiana Falcon. In Eighth Palenque Round Table, 1993, edited by Martha J. Macri and Jan McHargue, pp. 159-168. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, San Francisco, 1996.

Los pueblos de origen maya en Guatemala: una larga y constante lucha de resistencia para su reconocimiento y sobrevivencia, by Gustavo Palma Murga. In Millenary Maya Societies: Past Crises and Resilience, edited by M.-Charlotte Arnauld and Alain Breton, pp. 295-303. Electronic document, published online at Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/publications/MMS/19_Palma.pdf, 2013.

Los textos jeroglíficos mayas de la cueva de Jolja, Chiapas, by Alejandro Sheseña. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/es/articulos/shesena/Jolja.pdf, 2007.

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Mam/ajaw: tiempo largo, coyunturas y resiliencia en las sociedades mayas actuales, by Alain Breton. In Millenary Maya Societies: Past Crises and Resilience, edited by M.-Charlotte Arnauld and Alain Breton, pp. 304-312. Electronic document, published online at Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/publications/MMS/20_Breton.pdf, 2013.

Más reliquias teotihuacanas en ofrendas de Tenochtitlan, by Leonardo López Luján, Amaranta Argüelles, and Saburo Sugiyama. Arqueología Mexicana 19(118):18-21, 2012.

Maya Astronomy, by John E. Teeple. Contributions to American Archaeology 1(2):29-115. Publication 403. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C., 1931.

Maya Chronology: The Correlation Question, by J. Eric Thompson. Contributions to American Archaeology 3(14):51-104. Publication 456. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C., 1935.

Maya Chronology: The Fifteen Tun Glyph, by J. Eric Thompson. Contributions to American Archaeology 2(11):243-254. Publication 436. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C., 1934.

Maya Creator Gods, by Karen Bassie. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/features/bassie/CreatorGods/CreatorGods.pdf, 2002.

Maya Dynastic Territorial Expansion: Glyphic Evidence for Classic Centers of the Pasion River, Guatemala, by Kevin Johnston. In Fifth Palenque Round Table, 1983, edited by Virginia M. Fields, pp. 49-56. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, San Francisco, 1985.

Maya Hieroglyphic Writing: Introduction, by J. Eric S. Thompson. Publication 589. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C., 1950.

Mercado negro: dos perspectivas institucionales, by Leonardo López Luján. Arqueología Mexicana 8(44):81, 2000.

Mesoamerican Archaeology in Carl Nebel's Work, by Leonardo López Luján. In Carl Nebel. Pintor viajero del siglo XIX, edited by Arturo Aguilar, pp. 70-74. Editorial Artes de México, Mexico, 2006.

Mesoamerican Lexical Calques in Ancient Maya Writing and Imagery, by Christophe Helmke. The PARI Journal 14(2):1-15, 2013.

Moctezuma II: Man, Myth, and Empire, by Leonardo López Luján, Colin McEwan, and Elisenda Vila Llonch. Minerva: The International Review of Ancient Art and Archaeology 20(5):34-37, 2009.

Morley Hires Tatiana Proskouriakoff, by Khristaan D. Villela. Illustrated with rare preliminary versions of Proskouriakoff's drawings. The PARI Journal 1(2):10-18, 2000.

Mountains of Memories: Structure M12-32 at El Perú, by David A. Freidel, Héctor L. Escobedo, and Juan Carlos Meléndez. In Millenary Maya Societies: Past Crises and Resilience, edited by M.-Charlotte Arnauld and Alain Breton, pp. 235-248. Electronic document, published online at Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/publications/MMS/15_Freidel_etal.pdf, 2013.

Mural Painting in Cacaxtla and Teotihuacán Cosmopolitanism, by Marta Foncerrada de Molina. In Third Palenque Round Table, 1978, Part 2, edited by Merle Greene Robertson, pp. 183-198. University of Texas Press, Austin, 1980.

Mural Paintings of the Puuc Region in Yucatán, by Alfredo Barrera Rubio. In Third Palenque Round Table, 1978, Part 2, edited by Merle Greene Robertson, pp. 173-182. University of Texas Press, Austin, 1980.

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Natural Hazards and the Cultural Heritage of Guatemala: An Overview from the Vantage of the Quirigua Archaeological Park, by José Crasborn and Hardany Navarro. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/articles/Quirigua/Crasborn-Navarro-2011.pdf, 2011.

Never in Fear, by Merle Greene Robertson. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, San Francisco, 2006.

New Drawings of the Casa Colorada Text, Chichen Itza, Yucatan, by Bruce Love. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/chichen/resources/sub/CasaColorada.pdf, 2015.

New Year Records in Classic Maya Inscriptions, by David Stuart. The PARI Journal 5(2):1-6, 2004.

Night Errant: A Look at Wayward Lords of the Night, by Bruce Frumker. Research Reports on Ancient Maya Writing 43:11-28. Center for Maya Research, Washington, D.C., 1999.

Nostalgia for Mud, by Esther Pasztory. The PARI Journal 2(1):17-18, 2001.

Notes on Accession Dates in the Inscriptions of Coba, by David Stuart. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/stuart/notes/Coba.pdf, 2010.

Notes on a Floral Form Represented in Maya Art and its Iconographic Implications, by John H. Bowles. In Primera Mesa Redonda de Palenque, Part I: A Conference on the Art, Iconography, and Dynastic History of Palenque, 1973, edited by Merle Greene Robertson, pp. 121-127. Robert Louis Stevenson School, Pebble Beach, CA, 1974.

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Notes on the Chol Dugout Canoe, by Nicholas A. Hopkins, J. Kathryn Josserand, and Ausencio Cruz Guzman. In Fourth Palenque Round Table, 1980, edited by Elizabeth P. Benson, pp. 325-329. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, San Francisco, 1985.

Notes on the Dynastic Sequence of Bonampak, Part 1, by Peter Mathews. In Third Palenque Round Table, 1978, Part 2, edited by Merle Greene Robertson, pp. 60-73. University of Texas Press, Austin, 1980.

Notes on the Olvidado, Palenque, Chiapas, Mexico, by Peter Mathews and Merle Greene Robertson. In Fifth Palenque Round Table, 1983, edited by Virginia M. Fields, pp. 7-17. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, San Francisco, 1985.

Notes on the Reading of Affix T142, by Nikolai Grube. Research Reports on Ancient Maya Writing 4:1-6. Center for Maya Research, Washington, D.C., 1987.

Notes on Two Tablets of Unknown Provenance, by William Ringle. In Fifth Palenque Round Table, 1983, edited by Virginia M. Fields, pp. 151-158. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, San Francisco, 1985.

Noticias de Herculano: las primeras publicaciones de arqueología en México, by Leonardo López Luján. Arqueología Mexicana 15(90):74-80, 2008.

Neue Funde der Olmeca-Kultur, by Leonardo López Luján. Das Altertum 34(2):127, 1986.

Neues aus der Alten Welt: Mexiko (Opfersetzung 48, Tenochtitlan), by Leonardo López Luján. Das Altertum 28(2):126-127, 1982.

Neues aus der Alten Welt: Mexiko (Santa Ana Teloxtoc, Tehuacan), by Leonardo López Luján. Das Altertum 34(2):127, 1988.

Nuestra sangre, nuestro color. La escultura polícroma de Tenochtitlan, edited by Leonardo López Luján. Instituto Nacional de Historia e Antropología, Mexico, 2017.

Nuevos aportes a la cerámica de Kaminaljuyú, Monte Alto Rojo, by Christopher Martínez. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/es/articulos/Martinez/Kaminaljuyu.pdf, 2012.

Nuevos datos sobre las inscripciones de Comalcalco, by Jean-Michel Hoppan. In Eighth Palenque Round Table, 1993, edited by Martha J. Macri and Jan McHargue, pp. 153-158. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, San Francisco, 1996.

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Observaciones sobre los gestos de manos en el arte maya, by Patricia Ancona-Ha, Jorge Pérez de Lara, and Mark Van Stone. Spanish translation of "Some Observations on Hand Gestures in Maya Art. " In The Maya Vase Book: A Corpus of Rollout Photographs of Maya Vases, Volume VI, edited by Justin Kerr, pp. 1072-1089. Kerr Associates, New York, 2000.

Observations on Certain Visual Elements in Late Classic Maya Sculpture, by Elizabeth Benson. In Tercera Mesa Redonda de Palenque, edited by Merle Greene Robertson and Donnan Call Jeffers, pp. 91-97. Pre-Columbian Art Research Center; Herald Printers, Monterey, CA, 1979.

Observations on T110 as the Syllable ko, by Nikolai Grube and David Stuart. Research Reports on Ancient Maya Writing 8:1-14. Center for Maya Research, Washington, D.C., 1987.

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Of Mice and Monkeys: The Value and Meaning of T1016, the God C Hieroglyph, by William M. Ringle. Research Reports on Ancient Maya Writing 18:1-22. Center for Maya Research, Washington, D.C., 1988.

Of Snake Kings and Cannibals: A Fresh Look at the Naranjo Hieroglyphic Stairway, by Alexandre Tokovinine. The PARI Journal 7(4):15-22, 2007.

Of Snakes and Bats: Shifting Identities at Calakmul, by Simon Martin. The PARI Journal 6(2):5-15, 2005.

Olmec Bloodletting: An Iconographic Study, by Rosemary A. Joyce, Richard Edging, Karl Lorenz, and Susan D. Gillespie. In Sixth Palenque Round Table, 1986, edited by Virginia M. Fields, pp. 143-150. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, 1991.

Olmec Iconographic Influences on the Symbols of Maya Rulership, by F. Kent Reilly, III. In Sixth Palenque Round Table, 1986, edited by Virginia M. Fields, pp. 151-166. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, 1991.

Olmec Sculptures of the Human Fetus, by Carolyn Tate and Gordon Bendersky. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute Newsletter 30:6-10, 1999.

On a Preclassic Long-Lipped Glyphic Profile, by Mario Giron-Ábrego. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/articles/giron-abrego/Giron-Abrego2015.html, 2015.

Once and Future Kings: Classic Maya Geopolitics and Mythic History on the Vase of the Initial Series from Uaxactun, by Nicholas P. Carter. The PARI Journal 15(4):1-15, 2015.

One Hundred and Fifty Years of Nahuatl Decipherment, by Marc Zender. The PARI Journal 8(4):24-37, 2008.

On the Complementary Signs of the Mexican Graphic System, by Zelia Nuttall. The PARI Journal 8(4):45-48, 2008.

On the Emblem Glyph of El Peru, by Stanley Guenter. The PARI Journal 8(2):20-23, 2007.

On the History of the Chol Language, by Nicholas A. Hopkins. In Fifth Palenque Round Table, 1983, edited by Virginia M. Fields, pp. 1-5. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, San Francisco, 1985.

On the Paired Variants of TZ'AK, by David Stuart. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/stuart/notes/tzak.pdf, 2003.

On the Reading of Three Classic Maya Portrait Glyphs, by Marc Zender. The PARI Journal 15(2):1-14, 2014.

On the Text and Iconography of a Vessel in the Popol Vuh Museum, by Luís Lopes. Mesoweb www.mesoweb.com/articles/lopes/PopolVuh.pdf, 2005.

"Out Of Order!" Or Are They? A Textual and Visual Analysis of Two Dedicatory Texts on Classic Maya Ceramics, by Erik Boot. The PARI Journal 15(2):15-37, 2014.

Over Hill and Dale: Caracol 1994, by Diane Z. Chase and Arlen F. Chase. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute Newsletter 19:3, 1994.

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Painted Lithic Artifacts from Piedras Negras, Guatemala, by Zachary X. Hruby and Gene Ware. In Maya Archaeology 1, edited by Charles Golden, Stephen Houston, and Joel Skidmore, pp. 76-85. Precolumbia Mesoweb Press, San Francisco, 2009.

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Palenque from 1560 to 2010, by Merle Greene Robertson. The PARI Journal 11(1):7-16, 2010.

Palenque in the Maya World, by Nikolai Grube. In Eighth Palenque Round Table, 1993, edited by Martha J. Macri and Jan McHargue, pp. 1-13. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, San Francisco, 1996.

Palenque Means Big Water, by Kirk D. French. Mundo Maya, 2005.

Palenque: News and Latest Discoveries (Summer 2001), by Merle Greene Robertson. Excerpted from "Palenque Cross Group Project: News and Latest Discoveries," by Merle Greene Robertson. The PARI Journal 2(3):1-5, 2001.

Palenque's Temple XX: A Very Special Puzzle, by C. Rudy Larios Villalta. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/palenque/features/larios/TXX.html, 2003.

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Patterns in the Dresden Codex, by Cara Grace Tremain. The PARI Journal 14(1):6-12, 2013.

Peces y moluscos en el libro undécimo del Códice Florentino, by Leonardo López Luján. In La fauna en el Templo Mayor, edited by Oscar J. Polaco, pp. 213-263. Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico, 1991.

Period-Ending Stelae of Yaxchilán, by Carolyn Tate. In Sixth Palenque Round Table, 1986, edited by Virginia M. Fields, pp. 102-109. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, 1991.

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Physical Deformities in the Ruling Lineage of Palenque, and the Dynastic Implications, by Merle Greene Robertson, Marjorie S. Rosenblum Scandizzo, and John R. Scandizzo. In The Art, Iconography and Dynastic History of Palenque, Part III: Procedings of the Segunda Mesa Redonda de Palenque, 1974, edited by Merle Greene Robertson, pp. 59-86. Pre-Columbian Art Research; Robert Louis Stevenson School, Monterey, CA, 1976.

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Portraits of Four Kings of the Early Classic? An Inscribed Bowl Excavated at Uaxactún and Seven Vessels of Unknown Provenance, by Erik Boot. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/articles/boot/UaxactunBowl.pdf, 2005.

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Proyecto arqueológico "Xcalumkin, en su trayectoria cronológica": tercera temporada (1994), by Pierre Becquelin, Dominique Michelet, Leonardo López Luján, and Rodolfo Ávila. Mexicon 18(4):65-67. Markt Schwaben, 1996.

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Quality and Quantity in Glyphic Nouns and Adjectives, by Stephen Houston, John Robertson, and David Stuart. Research Reports on Ancient Maya Writing 47. Center for Maya Research, Washington, D.C., 2001.

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Rasgos de la tradición religiosa mesoamericana, by Alfredo López Austin. In Los rumbos del pensamiento. Homenaje a Yólotl González Torres, edited by Félix Báez-Jorge and Isabel Lagarriga Attias, pp. 25-50. Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico, 2015.

Recent Findings in Maya History: The Fate of Jaguar Paw, Copan's Founder, The Captor of a Palenque King, by Joel Skidmore. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/features/findings/index.html, 2005.

Recent Finds in Ek Balam, by Joel Skidmore. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/features/ek_balam/index.html, 2003.

Recent Investigations in the Salto de Agua Region: Sites, Territories, and Frontiers to the West of Palenque, by Joshua A. Balcells González, Jorge E. Gama Castro, and Esteban Mirón Marván. The PARI Journal 11(4):4-11, 2011.

Reflections on the Codex Style and the Princeton Vessel, by Erik Velásquez García. The PARI Journal 10(1):1-16, 2009.

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Reflexiones sobre el arte escultórico y el culto a Quetzalcóatl en el Coyoacán posclásico, by Leonardo López Luján. Estudios de Cultura Náhuatl 51:43-65, 2016.

Regional Scribal Traditions: Methodological Implications for the Decipherment of Nahuatl Writing, by Alfonso Lacadena. The PARI Journal 8(4):1-22, 2008.

Religious Imagery in Mayapan's Murals, by Susan Milbrath, Carlos Peraza Lope, and Miguel Delgado Kú. The PARI Journal 10(3):1-10, 2010.

Representation of Deities of the Maya Manuscripts, by Paul Schellhas. Papers 4(1). Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1904.

Return to the Great Forests: Frans Blom's Letters from Palenque, by Jesper Nielsen and Tore Leifer. The PARI Journal 4(3):7-10, 4(4):13-16, 5(1):8-11, 5(2):13-16, 2004.

Rewriting History at Yaxchilán: Inaugural Art of Bird Jaguar IV, by Sandra Noble Bardsley. In Seventh Palenque Round Table, 1989, edited by Merle Greene Robertson and Virginia M. Fields, pp. 87-94. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, San Francisco, 1994.

Revisiting Maler's Usumacinta: Recent Archaeological Investigations in Chiapas, Mexico, by Andrew K. Scherer and Charles Golden. Monograph 1. Precolumbia Mesoweb Press, San Francisco, 2012.

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Ritual and History in a Stucco Inscription from Temple XIX at Palenque, by David Stuart. The PARI Journal 1(1):13-19, 2000.

Ritual Blood-Sacrifice among the Ancient Maya: Part I, by David Joralemon. In Primera Mesa Redonda de Palenque, Part II: A Conference on the Art, Iconography, and Dynastic History of Palenque, 1973, edited by Merle Greene Robertson, pp. 59-75. Robert Louis Stevenson School, Pebble Beach, CA, 1974.

Rivers Among the Ruins: The Usumacinta, by Ronald L. Canter. The PARI Journal 7(3):1-24, 2007.

Robert L. Rands (May 13, 1922 - July 24, 2010), by Ronald L. Bishop. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/reports/RobertRands.html, 2011.

Rock Paintings and Lacandon Maya Sacred Landscapes, by Joel Palka. The PARI Journal 5(3):1-7, 2005.

Rocks, Ropes, and Maya Boats; Stone Bollards at Ancient Waterfronts Along the Usumacinta: Yaxchilan, Mexico to El Porvenir, Guatemala, by Ronald L. Canter and Dave Pentecost. The PARI Journal 8(3):5-14, 2007.

Ruinas sobre ruinas: de los aposentos de Tezcatlipoca a las aulas de la Universidad, by Leonardo López Luján. In Fundación Hérdez, una restauración ejemplar, pp. 21-50, 134-135. Fundación Hérdez, Mexico, 2015.

Ruins of Polol and Other Archæological Discoveries in the Department of Peten, Guatemala, by Cyrus Longworth Lundell. Contributions to American Archaeology 2(8):173-186. Publication 436. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C., 1934.

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Sacrificios de consagración en la Pirámide de la Luna, edited by Saburo Sugiyama and Leonardo López Luján. Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes; Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico, 2006.

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Signs and Symbols of the Maya, by Brian Hayden. The PARI Journal 5(2):7-12, 2004.

Simbolismo y función de los entierros dedicatorios de la Pirámide de la Luna en Teotihuacan, by Saburo Sugiyama and Leonardo López Luján. In Arqueología e historia del Centro de México. Homenaje a Eduardo Matos Moctezuma, edited by Leonardo López Luján, Davíd Carrasco, and Lourdes Cué, pp. 131-151. Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico, 2006.

Site Q: The Case for a Classic Maya Super-Polity, by Simon Martin. Manuscript, 1993.

Six personnages en quête d'objets: histoire de la collection archéologique de la Real Expedición Anticuaria en Nouvelle Espagne, by Marie-France Fauvet-Berthelot, Leonardo López Luján, and Susana Guimarães. Gradhiva: Revue d'Anthropologie et de Muséologie 6:104-126, 2007.

Sketch Map of the Central Portion of the Usumasintla Valley, by Teobert Maler. Plate 1 of Researches in the Central Portion of the Usumatsintla Valley: Report of Explorations for the Museum, 1898-1900, by Teobert Maler. Memoirs 2(1). Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1901.

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Sobre la Casa de las Águilas de Tenochtitlan y sus imágenes del Dios de la Muerte: comentario final, by Leonardo López Luján. Mexicon 29(1):32-34, 2007.

Some Architectural Similarities between Dzibilchaltun and Palenque, E. Wyllys Andrews V. In Primera Mesa Redonda de Palenque, Part I: A Conference on the Art, Iconography, and Dynastic History of Palenque, 1973, edited by Merle Greene Robertson, pp. 137-147. Robert Louis Stevenson School, Pebble Beach, CA, 1974.

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Some Thoughts About a New Vase and an Old God, by Raphael Tunesi. The PARI Journal 9(2):18-23, 2008.

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Tak'alik Ab'aj, la ciudad "puente" entra la cultura olmeca y maya: 1,700 años de historia y su permanencia hasta la actualidad, by Christa Schieber de Lavarreda and Miguel Orrego Corzo. In Millenary Maya Societies: Past Crises and Resilience, edited by M.-Charlotte Arnauld and Alain Breton, pp. 187-198. Electronic document, published online at Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com/publications/MMS/12_Schieber-Orrego.pdf, 2013.

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West and East in Maya Thought: Death and Rebirth at Palenque and Tulum, by Arthur G. Miller. In Primera Mesa Redonda de Palenque, Part II: A Conference on the Art, Iconography, and Dynastic History of Palenque, 1973, edited by Merle Greene Robertson, pp. 45-49. Robert Louis Stevenson School, Pebble Beach, CA, 1974.

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