The authors present evidence that specific place names do exist in Maya inscriptions, and show that identifying these names sheds considerable light on both past and present questions about the Maya.78), an Early Classic monument, is weathered on most of its surface, enough remains of the detail to see the lower register or band upon which the ruler is shown standing. We assume this to be a location reference of some sort. A zoomorphicanbsp;...
|Title||:||Classic Maya Place Names|
|Author||:||David Stuart, Stephen D. Houston|
|Publisher||:||Dumbarton Oaks - 1994-01|