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Miscellaneous Sites In Mexico

 

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Misc. Sites-- Philobus

 

<arc287> --  Philobobus (1995)  (= Clive Ruggles, Univ of Leicester, MA)

 

 

 

 

 

<arc288> --  Philobobus (1995) (= Clive Ruggles, Univ of Leicester, MA)

 

 

 

 

 

<arc289> --  Philobobus (1995) (= Clive Ruggles, Univ of Leicester, MA)

 

 

 

 

 

<arc290> --  Philobobus

(1995) (= Clive Ruggles, Univ

of Leicester, MA)

 

 

Misc. Sites—Southern Mexico

<Fig. 37> -- Two views of jadeite htm\\htm/eture, 9 1/2 in. high, from southern Mexico, dated 500-1200 BC (Kelemen 1956).

 

 

<Fig. 39> -- Jadeite sculpture, 5 in. high, from southern Mexico, dated ca. 500-1200 BC (Kelemen 1956).

 

 

<Fig. 40> -- Dark stone sculpture, ca 3 3/4 in. high, from southern Mexico, dated ca. 400-1200 BC (Kelemen 1956).

 

 

<Fig. 42> -- Pyrite htm\\htm/eture, ca. 4 in. high, from southern Mexico, dated ca. 400-1200 BC (Kelemen 1956).

 

 

<Fig. 56> -- Jade pendant, 3 1/4 in. high, from southern Mexico, Olmec/Maya region, dated 200-600 BC (Kelemen 1956).

 

 

<Fig. 72> -- Jadeite mask from southern Mexico, dated ca. 100 BC (Easby & Scott 1970).

 

 

<Fig. 73> -- Ceramic htm/eture, 2 3/4 in. high, dated earlier than 300 Ad, from plateau of southern Mexico (Von Wuthenau 1969).143-156 AD,

 

<Fig. 2> -- Another wheeled “toy” from Mexico and probably dating from 100-200 AD. (Jairazbhoy 1976).

 

 

<Fig. 113> -- Maya stone sculpture, in Japanese style, from southern Mexico, dated 600-800 AD (Jairazbhoy 1976)

 

 

<Fig. 125> -- Ceramic vase from San Agustin, southern Mexico, dated ca. 700 AD (Kubler 1962).

 

 

 

<Fig. 172> -- Sculpture

of a dancer from the Totonac Period of southern Mexico, dated 1000 AD or earlier

(Simoni-Abbat 1976).

 

 

 

 

 

 

<Fig. 83>>This is the earliest known writing in America since the Ogam inscriptions shown in \\htm/ets. 18,  19  &  20, dated to the Bronze Age.