5 edition of Altar Sacrif Excav (Papers of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, v. 64, no. 3) found in the catalog.
|Statement||Harvard University Press|
|Publishers||Harvard University Press|
|LC Classifications||January 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 140 p. :|
|Number of Pages||61|
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Entdecken und Verstehen, Geschichtsbuch für Rheinland-Pfalz, erweiterte Ausgabe für Realschulen, Bd.1/2, Von der Urgeschichte bis zum Beginn des 19. Jahrhunderts
Having originated, as I have shown, from the simplest observa- tion of the action of air upon a surface of water, it is but natural that the same design should have independently originated in sev- eral localities.
He says that Cortes hoped to find a passage to the Spice Islands, and that it was for that purpose that he sent out Olid, on whom he believed he could rely.
This was the seat of the life of the tree, which sent its trunk and crown heavenwards and its roots and rootlets earthwards. Doubtlessly they were appropriately decorated with horizontal bands exhibiting the sacred design. We are indebted to the native chronicler Salcamayhua for some extremely no. 3) drawings, which are reproduced here from his account of the Antiquities of Peru. Meanwhile, 1 shall merely remark that in both of these curious bas-reliefs we seem to h:ive images of the piadruple terrestrial nnd celestial G21 186 KEY-NOTE OF ANCIENT governraents.
And when his intention was known there, several Indians of the Village offered to go with him, for those of that place are well-versed in the Woodlands. The present city of Flores, located on a small island in the Lake of Peten, is sometimes thought to be the site of ancient Tayasal.
672 192 KEY-NOTK OF ANCIENT pages, reference will be made to Dr. At the time when Cortes was at Tayasal 1525 a tolerant attitude toward the white men was prevalent.
Where one or two strong states had been before there were now a score of weak ones. " In ancient Mexico, at the approach of the rainy season, religious ceremonies are performed in honor of the mountains which were looked upon as active agents in the production of rain, because they attracted and gathered the clouds around their summits. It is possible, then, that Villagutierre copied not to say plagiarized the work of Cogolludo without giving credit for it.
In some cases these are united by a series of dots to the centml circle and thus form a diagonal cross vi and viii which is sometimes figured as contained in a flower with four petals, such as is also found in Mexican symbolism. In the first caue on the Iohk ahib, figured by M. Cushing's report already cited and in the symbols which have been figured. One can only conjecture what brought about the downfall of these ancient cities in which a very advanced culture no.
3) flourished. " The Spaniards Suspect Treachery. Of these three offices the last was a sinecure by reason of the absence of mines in Yucatan.
Although northern Yucatan was reduced to the condition of an orderly Spanish possession some one hundred and fifty years before the Peten region, it was done, nevertheless, only at the cost of many years of desperate struggling.
"In the wars which because of their ambition they made upon one another, some were taken prisoners, those of the conquered who were taken remaining slaves.
On the journey they lacked for every comfort and even for proper food.
"Once more they all set out as before from Tipu.