Corpus ID: 18442357

The “ Stone-in-Hand ” Glyph Revisited

@inproceedings{Lopes2002TheS,
  title={The “ Stone-in-Hand ” Glyph Revisited},
  author={L. Lopes},
  year={2002}
}
The ”stone-in-hand” glyph has been the object of numerous attempts of decipherment. The rarity of the glyph in both ceramic and monumental inscriptions, and the absence of sufficient phonetic information, has made this a difficult task. The decipherment of this glyph is most important. In fact, the glyph appears in verbal collocations where it seems to refer to the dedication of ballcourts and hieroglyphic stairways. Grube and Nahm [1], in their census of wayob’, discuss the collocations where… Expand

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