Sources for the study of mesoamerican ritual cave use



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Peterson, Polly Ann


2006 Ancient Maya Ritual Cave Use in the Sibun Valley, Belize. Ph.D. dissertation, Archaeology Department, Boston University.

Peterson, Polly A.


2006 Ancient Maya Ritual Cave Use in the Sibun Valley, Belize. AMCS Bulletin 16. Association for Mexican Cave Studies, Austin.
Peterson, Polly A., Patricia A. McAnany and Allan B. Cobb

2005 De-fanging the Earth Monster: Speleothem Transport to Surface Sites in the Sibun Valley. In Stone Houses and Earth Lords: Maya Religion in the Cave Context, edited by Keith M. Prufer and James E. Brady, pp. 225-247. University Press of Colorado, Boulder.


(1091)Petryshyn, Jarslaw T.

1968 El Panteón Maya de los Lacandones en Najá. San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico.

see p. 18
(1092)Petryshyn, Jarslaw Theodore

1969 Ein Lakandonischer Gottesdienst in der Höhle des Gottes Tsibaná am Heiligen See von Mensabok in den Tropischen Urwäldern von Chiapas. Archiv für Völkerkunde 23:169-176. Vienna.


(1093)Petryshyn, Jarslaw Theodore

1973 Worship in the Rain Forest: Ritual Sites of the Lacandon Mayas. W.O.P., Chicago.

see pp. 272a, e, g, h, i, j
(1094)Petryshyn, Jaroslaw Theodore

2005 A Lacandon Religious Ritual in the Cave of the God Tsibaná at the Holy Lake of Mensabok in the Rainforest of Chiapas. Translated and edited by Pierre Robert Colas. In In the Maw of the Earth Monster: Mesoamerican Ritual Cave Use, edited by James E. Brady and Keith M. Prufer, pp. 328-341. University of Texas Press, Austin.


(1095)Philips, David Atlee, Jr.

1979 Material Culture and Trade of the Postclassic Maya. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Arizona, Tucson.

see p. 290
(1096)Piacenza, Luigi

1999 Botanican Remains in the Cueva del Lazo. In Rio La Venta: Treasure of Chiapas, edited by Giovanni Badino, Alvise Belotti, Tullio Bernabei, Antonio de Vivo, Davide Domenici, Italo Giulivo, p. 158. La Venta Associazione Culturale Esplorazioni Geografiche, Consejo Estatal para la Cultura y las Artes de Chiapas, Tipolitografia Turra, Padova.

see Badino et al. (77)
(1097)Piacenza, Luigi

2000 Los Restos Botánicos de la Cueva del Lazo, Ocozocoautla, Chiapas. Investigación, Ciencia y Arte de Chiapas 1 (5): 25-38.


(1098)Pickands, Martin

1986 The Hero in Maya Folklore. In Symbol and Meaning Beyond the Closed Com-munity: Essays in Mesoamerican Ideas, edited by Gary H. Gossen, pp. 101-123. Institute of Mesoamerican Studies, State University of New York, Albany.

see pp. 108, 109, 113
(1099)Pincemin Deliberos, Sophia

1999 De Manos y Soles: Estidio de la Gráfica Rupestre en Chiapas. Universidad de Ciencias y Artes del Estado de Chiapas, Tuxtla Gutiérrez.


(1100)Pinkston, Cynthia N.

1998 Tracing Louis H. Ayme’s Explorations in Oaxaca 1884-1885. Electronic document, http://www.famsi.org/ reports/98040. Foundation for the Advancement of Mesoamerican Studies, Inc.


(1101)Piña Chán, Román

1956-57 Excavaciones en Algunas Cuevas de la Región Texcocana. Revista Mexicana de Estudios Antropológicos 14:53-65.


(1102)Piña Chán, Román

1967 Atlas Arqueológico de la Republica Mexicana: 3 - Chiapas. Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico.

see pp. 47, 49, 50, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 58, 59, 61, 62, 63, 65, 68, 69, 71, 72, 74, 76, 79, 81, 83, 85, 89, 91, 93
(1103)Piña Chán, Román

1968 Exploraciones del Cenote de Chichén Itzá: 1967-68. Boletín del Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia 32:1-5.


(1104)Piña Chán, Román

1970 Informe Preliminar de la Reciente Exploración del Cenote Sagrado de Chichén Itzá. Investigaciones, No. 24. Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico.


(1105)Piña Chán, Román

1980 Chichén Itzá: La Ciudad de los Brujos del Agua. Fondo de Cultura Económica, Mexico.

see pp. 12, 86, 88-90, 141-152.
(1106)Piña Chán, Román

1989 Xochicalco: El Mítico Tamoanchan. Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico.

see p. 64
(1107)Pohl, John M. D.

1984 The Earth Lords: Politics and Symbolism of the Mixtec Codices. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of California, Los Angeles.

see pp. 83-89, 94, 96
(1108)Pohl, John M. D.

1994 The Politics of Symbolism in the Mixtec Codices. Vanderbilt University Publications in Anthropology, Nashville.

see pp. 48-50, 118
(1109)Pohl, John M. D. and Bruce E. Byland

1990 Mixtec Landscape Perception and Archaeological Settlement Patterns. Ancient Mesoamerica 1:113-131.

see pp. 115-116, 119, 122, 126

(1110)Pohl, Mary

1976 The Ethnozoology of the Maya: An Analysis of Faunal Remains from Five Sites in Peten, Guatemala. Ph.D. dissertation, Harvard University


(1111)Pohl, Mary

1981 Ritual Continuity and Transformation in Mesoamerica: Reconstructing the Ancient Maya Cuch Ritual. American Antiquity 46:513-529.


(1112)Pohl, Mary

1983 Maya Ritual Faunas: Vertebrate Remains from Burials, Caches, Caves, and Cenotes in the Maya Lowlands. In Civilization in the Ancient Americas, edited by R. M. Leventhal and A. L. Kolata, pp. 55-103. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.

see pp. 55-56, 69, 70, 71, 72, 85, 86-98, 99, 100
(1113)Pohl, Mary

1997 Review of: Images from the Underworld: Naj Tunich and the Tradition of Maya Cave Painting, by Andrea Stone. University of Texas Press, Austin (1995). Latin American Antiquity 8 (3):276-277.

see Stone (1404)
(1114)Pohl, Mary and John Pohl

1983 Ancient Maya Cave Ritual. Archaeology 36(3):28-51.


(1115)Pollock, H. E. D. and Clayton E. Ray

1957 Notes on Vertebrate Animal Remains from Mayapan. Department of Archaeology, Current Reports No. 41. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C.

see pp. 635, 636-637,
(1116)Pope, Kevin O. and Malcolm B. Sibberensen

1981 In Search of Tzultacaj: Cave Explorations in the Maya Lowlands of Alta Verapaz, Guatemala. Journal of New World Archaeology 4 (3): 16-54.


(1117)Popenoe, Dorothy H.

1936 The Ruins of Tenampua, Honduras. Annual Report of the Smithsonian Institution, 1935, pp. 559-572. Washington, D.C.

see pp. 562, 570-571
(1118)Portal, María Ana

1986 Cuentos y Mitos en una Zona Mazateca. Colección Científica, Serie Antropología Social, Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico.

see pp. 36, 37, 40-41
(1119)Porter, Muriel N.

1953 Tlatilco and the Preclassic Cultures of the New World. Viking Fund Publications in Anthropology, No. 19. New York.

see pp. 63-64
(1120)Porter Núñez, Roberto

1999 La Gruta de las Canicas al Sur de Tabasco. México Desconocido No. 270: 10-17.


(1121)Porter Núñez, Roberto

2000 Las Cavernas de Agua Blanca en Tobasco. México Desconocido No. 281: 26-34.


(1122)Porter Núñez, Roberto

2002 The Caverns of Agua Blanca in Tabasco. NSS News 60 (1):11-15.


(1123)Porter Núñez, Roberto

2003 La Pesca de la Sardina: Milenaria Ceremonia en Tobasco. México Desconocido No. 314: 18-24.

see Eliot (406), Hose (670), (671)
(1124)Powell, James

1963 Three Caves of Yucatan. National Speleological Society News 21 11):170-172.


(1125)Prensa Libre

1981 400 Cuevas Peteneras Podrían Tener Interés Turístico. Prensa Libre, March 23, p. 8. Guatemala.


(1126)Prensa Libre

1982 Los Misterios de las Cuevas de Machaquilá. Prensa Libre, January 3, pp. 8-10. Guatemala.


(1127)Prensa Libre

1988 Hallan Muerto a Niño de Tres Meses. Prensa Libre August 3, p. 19. Guatemala.


(1128)Prensa Libre

1988 Brujos Sacrifican Bebé. Prensa Libre, August 11, p. 8. Guatemala.


(1129)Proskouriakoff, Tatiana

1962 The Artifacts of Mayapan. In Mayapan, Yucatan, Mexico, by H. E. D. Pollock, Ralph L. Roys, T. Proskour-iakoff, A. Ledyard Smith, pp. 321-442. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Publication 619. Washington, D.C.

see Fig. 28, 29, 30, 31, 40, 41, 51
(1130)Proskouriakoff, Tatiana

1962 Civic and Religious Structures At Mayapan. In Mayapan, Yucatan, Mexico, by H. E. D. Pollock, Ralph L. Roys, T. Proskouriakoff, A. Ledyard Smith, pp. 87-164. Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication 619. Washington, D.C.

see pp. 127-129, 150
(1131)Proskouriakoff, Tatiana

1974 Jades from the Cenote of Sacrifice. Memoirs of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Vol. 10, No. 1. Cambridge.


(1132)Prufer, Keith M.

2000 Analysis and Conservation of a Wooden Figurine Recovered from Xmuqlebal Xheton Cave in Southern Belize, CA. Electronic document, http://www.famsi.org/ reports/99003. Foundation for the Advancement of Mesoamerican Studies, Inc.


(1133)Prufer, Keith Malcolm

2002 Communities, Caves and Ritual Specialists: A Study of Sacred Space in the Maya Mountains of Southern Belize. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale.


(1134)Prufer, Keith M.

2005 Shamans, Caves, and the Roles of Ritual Specialists in Maya Society. In In the Maw of the Earth Monster: Mesoamerican Ritual Cave Use, edited by James E. Brady and Keith M. Prufer, pp. 186-222. University of Texas Press, Austin.


(1135)Prufer, Keith M. and James E. Brady

2005 Concluding Comments. In In the Maw of the Earth Monster: Mesoamerican Ritual Cave Use, edited by James E. Brady and Keith M. Prufer, pp. 1-17. University of Texas Press, Austin.


Prufer, Keith M. and James E. Brady

2005 Stone Houses and Earth Lords: Maya Religion in the Cave Context, edited by University Press of Colorado, Boulder.

Prufer, Keith M. and James E. Brady

2005 Introduction: Religion and the Role of Cave Archaeology in Maya Studies. In Stone Houses and Earth Lords: Maya Religion in the Cave Context, edited by Keith M. Prufer and James E. Brady, pp. 1-22. University Press of Colorado, Boulder.




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