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The Prehistory of the Southeastern Maya Periphery
THE VERITABLE EXPLOSION of archaeological research activity in the Maya area during the past 15 years has affected primarily the core areas of prehistoric Maya cultural development: the highlands ofExpand
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Exploring ancient skies : a survey of ancient and cultural astronomy
Foreword.- Preface.- Acknowledgements.- List of Illustrations.- Part I - Astronomical Background.- 1. Historical Perspectives.- 2. Principal Features of the Sky.- 3. Observational Methods andExpand
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Exploring Ancient Skies: An Encyclopedic Survey of Archaeoastronomy
1. Historical Perspectives PART 1: ASTRONOMICAL BACKGROUND 2. Principal Features of the Sky / 3. Observational Methods and Problems / 4. Time and the Calendar / 5. Transient Phenomena PART II:Expand
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Deciphering the Maya Script
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Calendar Animals and Deities
  • D. H. Kelley
  • History
  • Southwestern Journal of Anthropology
  • 1 October 1960
T HE PURPOSE of this paper is to draw attention to certain similarities of sequence in names found in calendrical lists. The similarities considered are primarily found in animal names; however, someExpand
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America North of Mexico
We preface the discussion of the astronomy of pre-Columbian America north of the Rio Grande by a general overview of the cultures of the region. In North America north of Mexico, there was a wideExpand
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The birth of the Gods at Palenque
Heinrich Berlin (1963) has recently presented the interesting hypothesis that the Temples of the Cross, the Foliated Cross, and the Sun al Palenque are each associated with a particular deity andExpand
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Giardiasis: diagnosis by endoscopic brush cytology of the duodenum.
The diagnosis of giardiasis is frequently difficult to make. The routine procedure of multiple stool examinations fails to detect Giardia lamblia trophozoites or cysts in 30-50% of cases. Small bowelExpand
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Montecode - an Interpretive Program for Monte Carlo Simulations
MONTECODE is an interpretive program that has been written for the Ferranti Pegasus 1 computer and is in many respects similar to the normal Pegasus Autocode. Expand
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