Sources for the study of mesoamerican ritual cave use


(1167)Reents-Budet, Dorie



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(1167)Reents-Budet, Dorie


1996 Review of: Images from the Underworld: Naj Tunich and the Tradition of Maya Cave Painting, by Andrea J. Stone. American Anthropologist 98:866-867.

see Stone (1404)


(1168)Reents-Budet, Dorie and Barbara MacLeod

1986 The Archaeology of Petroglyph Cave, Belize. Unpublished manuscript.


(1169)Reents-Budet, Dorie and Barbara MacLeod

1997 The Archaeology of Petroglyph Cave, Cayo District, Belize. Unpublished manuscript.


(1170)Reina, Ruben

1966 The Law of the Saints: A Pokomam Pueblo and its Community Culture. Bobbs-Merrill, Indianapolis.

see pp. 180-181, 181-182, 182-183, 191
(1171)Relación de la Ciudad de Valladolid

1900 Relación de la Ciudad de Valladolid. In Relación de Yucatan: Colección de Docmentos Ineditos, Vol. 2:3-40. La Real Academia de Historia, Madrid.


(1172)Reyes García, Luis

1976 Introducción. Quellenwerke zur alten Geschichte Amerikas 12:123-135. Berlin.

see p. 127
(1173)Rice, Don Stephen

1974 The Archaeology of British Honduras: A Review and Synthesis. Museum of Northern Colorado, Occasional Papers in Anthropology, Archaeology Series No. 6.

see pp. 30, 63-64, 66
Richards, Jason

2012 Underwater Archaeology at a Chichen Itza Cenote. NSS News 70 (3):4-9, 16-17.


(1174)Ricketson, O.

1925 Burials in the Maya Area. American Anthropologist 27:381- 401.

see pp. 392-394
(1175)Ricketson, Jr., Oliver and A.V. Kidder

1930 An Archaeological Reconnaissance by Air in Central America. Geographical Review 20:177-206.

see p. 194
(1176)Ricketson, Jr., Oliver G. and Edith Bayles Ricketson

1937 Uaxactun, Guatemala: Group E – 1926-1931. Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication 477, Washington, D.C.

see pp. 26, 173
(1177)Riese, Berthol

1981 Maya-Höhlenmalereien in Nord-Chiapas. Mexicon 3(4):55-56.


(1178)Rincón Mautner, Carlos

1995 The Nuiñe Codex from the Colossal Bridge of the Ndaxagua: An Early Pictographic Text from the Coixtlahuaca Basin. Institute of Maya Studies Journal 1(2):39-66.


(1179)Rincón Mautner, Carlos

1996 The 1580 Plan Topographique de Santa Maria Ixcatlan, Oaxaca: A Description and Commentary. Latin American Indian Literatures Journal 12:43-66.

see pp. 51, 52, 59, 60
(1180)Rincón Mautner, Carlos

1996 The Notes and Sketch of Lienzo Seler I or Mapa de Santa Maria Ixcatlan, Oaxaca, Mexico: Description and Commentary. Latin American Indian Literatures Journal 12:146-177.

see pp. 160, 167-169
(1181)Rincón Mautner, Carlos

1997 Reading the History of Place-Becoming in the Codices from the Coixtlahuaca Basin. In Latin American Indian Literatures: Messages and Meanings, edited by Mary H. Preuss, pp. 129-148. Labyrinthos Press, Lancaster, CA.

see pp. 135-137
(1182)Rincón Mautner, Carlos Arturo

1999 Man and the Environment in the Coixtlahuaca Basin of Northeastern Oaxaca, Mexico: Two Thousand Years of Historical Ecology. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Texas, Austin.

see Chapter 4, p. 419
(1183)Rincón Mautner, Carlos

2005 Sacred Caves and Rituals from the Northern Mixteca of Oaxaca, Mexico: New Revelations. In In the Maw of the Earth Monster: Mesoamerican Ritual Cave Use, edited by James E. Brady and Keith M. Prufer, pp. 117-152. University of Texas Press, Austin.


Rincón Mautner, Carlos A.

2005 The Pictographic Assemblage from the Colossal Natural Bridge on the Ndaxagua, Coixtlahuaca Basin, North-Western Mixteca Alta of Oaxaca, Mexico. Ketzalcalli 2: 2-69.


(1184)Rissolo, Dominique

1995 An Archaeological Investigation of Tacbi Ha Cave. In The View from Yalahau: 1993 Archaeological Investigations in Northern Quintana Roo, Mexico, edited by S.L. Fedick and K.A. Taube, pp. 115-120. Latin American Studies Program, Field Report Series, No. 2. University of California, Riverside.



(1185)Rissolo, Dominique


1998 Photo-Essay: The Yalahau Archaeological Cave Survey. National Speleological Society News 56:174.

(1186)Rissolo, Dominique


1998 Reconocimiento de Cuevas de la Región Sureña Yalahua. In El Proyecto Yalahua: Informe Técnico Final sobre las Investigaciones Arqueológicas de 1996-1997 en el Norte de Quintana Roo, México, edited by Scott L. Fedick, pp. 44-65. Report presented to the Consejo de Arqueología del Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico.

(1187)Rissolo, Dominique A.

2001 Ancient Maya Cave Use in the Yalahau Region, Northern Quintana Roo, Mexico. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of California, Riverside.


(1188)Rissolo, Dominique A.

2003 Ancient Maya Cave Use in the Yalahau Region, Northern Quintana Roo, Mexico. Association for Mexican Cave Studies, Bulletin 12. Austin.


(1189)Rissolo, Dominique

2003 El Arte Rupestre de Quintana Roo. In Arte Rupestre de México Oriental y Centro América, edited by Martin Künne and Matthias Strecker, pp. 79-96. Indiana Supplement 16, Berlin.


(1190)Rissolo, Dominique

2004 Maya Cave Shrines Along the Central Coast of Quintana Roo. AMCS Activities Newsletter No. 27:57-59.


(1191)Rissolo, Dominique

2005 Beneath the Yalahau: Emerging Patterns of Ancient Maya Ritual Cave Use from Northern Quintana Roo, Mexico. In In the Maw of the Earth Monster: Mesoamerican Ritual Cave Use,edited by James E. Brady and Keith M. Prufer, pp. 342-372. University of Texas Press, Austin.


(1192)Rissolo, Dominique

2005 Tancah Cave Revisited. AMCS Activities Newsletter Number 28:78-82.


(1193)Rissolo, Dominique and Guillermo de Anda Alaníz

2003 First Conference on Underwater Cave Archaeology. AMCS Activities Newsletter No. 26: 63-64.


(1194)Rissolo, Dominique and Fabio Esteban Amador

2004 Evaluación Cerámica Preliminar de Investigaciones Recientes en el Noreste de la Península de Yucatán, Méxoco: Reconsiderando el Preclásico Medio en las Tierras Bajas del Norte. In XVII Simposio de Investigaciones Arqueológicas en Guatemala, 2003, edited by Juan Pedro Laporte, Bárbara Arroyo, Héctor L. Escobedo and Hécror E. Mejia, pp. 381-389. Ministerio de Cultura y Deportes, Instituto de Antropología e Historia, Asociación Tikal.


Rissolo, Dominique, José Manuel Ochoa Rodríguez and Joseph W. Ball

2005 A Reassessment of the Middle Preclassic in Northern Quintana Roo. In Quintana Roo Archaeology, edited Justine M. Shaw and Jennifer P. Mathews, pp. 66-76. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.


(1195)Rivera Dorado, Miguel

1987 El Satunsat o Laberinto. Oxkintok I:18-29. Misión Arqueológica de España en México, Madrid.

see p. 29
(1196)Rivera Dorado, Miguel

1990 La Ideología: Religión y Ritual. In Los Mayas: El Esplendor de una Civiliza-ción, edited by Andrés Ciudad Ruiz, pp. 101-115. Turner Libros, S.A., Madrid.

see p. 112
(1197)Rivera Dorado, Miguel and Ascensión Amador Naranjo

1993 El Laberinto de Oxkintok. In VII Simposio de Investigaciones Arqueológicas en Guatemala, edited by Juan Pedro Laporte and Héctor L. Escobedo, pp. 727-735. Ministerio de Cultura y Desportes, Instituto de Antropología e Historia, Asociación Tikal, Guatemala.


(1198)Roberts, Charlotte A.

1990 Observations of Mayan Cave Archaeology in Belize. Cave Science 17(3):123-129.


(1199)Roberts, David

2004 Descent into the Maya Underworld. National Geographic, November, pp. 36-53.


(1200)Robicsek, Francis and Donald M. Hales

1981 The Maya Book of the Dead: The Ceramic Codex. University of Virgina Art Museum, Charlotesville.

see pp. xxi, 236, 242
(1201)Robina, Ricardo de

1956 Estudio Preliminar de las Ruinas de Hocbob, Municipio de Hopelchén, Campeche. Mexico.

see pp. 119-120
(1202)Robina, Ricardo de

1956 Estudio Preliminar de las Ruinas de Hocbob, Municipio de Hopelchén, Campeche. Tesis Profesional, Universidad Autónoma de México, Mexico.

see pp. 183-184
(1203)Robles, Alejandro

1997 Noticias Históricas y Actuales sobre Lugares de Culto en la Zona del Ajusco y en el Pedregal de San Ángel. In Graniceros: Cosmovision y Meteorología Indígenas de Mesoamérica, edited by Beatriz Albores and Johanna Broda, pp. 157-173. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico.

see pp.160-166
(1204)Robles Castellanos, Fernando

1997 Tipología de la cerámica de la Gruta Loltún, Yucatán, que se encuentra en el Museo Peabody de la Universidad de Harvard. Homenaje al Profesor César A. Sáenz, coordinated by Angel García Cook, Alba Guadalupe Mastasche, Leonor Merino Sonia Rivero Torres, pp. 251-317. Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico.


(1205)Rodas, Haroldo

1980 Gruta de las Inscripciones, con Murales Mayas, Descubrierta en Petén, cerca de Belice. Prensa Libre, August 31, pp. 2, 30. Guatemala.


(1206)Rodas Ramos, Irma

1994 Aktun Ak'ab: Una Cueva Asociada al Sistema Hidrológico de la Cuenca de Alto Río Mopan. Tesis de Licenciatura, Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala, Guatemala.


(1207)Rodas, Irma and Juan Pedro Laporte

1995 Aktun Ak'ab: Una Cueva Asociada al Sistema Hidrológico de la Cuenca de Alto Río Mopan. VIII Simposio de Investigaciones Arqueológicas en Guatemala, edited by Juan Pedro Laporte and Héctor L. Escobedo, pp. 629-649. Ministerio de Cultura y Desportes, Instituto de Antropologia e Historia, Asociación Tikal, Guatemala.


(1208)Rodas, Irma, Mario Agusto Marroquín, Ivo Romero and Mónica Urquizú

1993 Exploraciones en la Cueva Chávez, Zona del Resumidero del Río Xaan, Dolores. Reporte No. 7: Exploraciones Arqueológicas en los Municipios de Dolores, Sayache y San Luis, Petén, pp. 129-146. Instituto de Antropología e Historia/Universidad de San Carlos, Guatemala.


(1209)Rodríguez Bentancourt, Felipe

1987 Rescate Arqueológico en la Cueva de "Las Banquetas", Chiapas. Investigaciones en Salvamento Arqueológico I, pp. 103-139. Cuaderno de Trabajo 5, Instituto Nacional de Anthropología e Historia, Mexico.


(1210)Rodríguez López, Diana

2002 Los Aluxes, Duendes Mayas. Por Esto! Unicornio, February 10, p. 7-8. Merida



(1211)Roldán, Denys

2001 Secretos de las Grutas. Prensa Libre, April 15, p. 24. Guatemala.


(1212)Romero Giordano, Carlos

1999 La Cueva del Tigre en la Sierra Norte de Puebla. México Desconocido No. 266: 18-23.


(1213)Romero Quiroz, Javier

1957 Tezcatlipoca es el Oztoteotl de Chalma. Gobierno del Estado de México, Toluca, Mexico.


(1214)Romero Quiroz, Javier

1975 Amaquemecan (Amecameca). Gobierno del Estado de México, Toluca, Mexico.

see pp. 170, 235-239
(1215)Romero, Javier and Juan Valenzuela

1939-40 Expedición a la Sierra Azul, Ocampo, Tamps. Anales del Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia 1:7-15. Mexico.


(1216)Romero Sosa, Rafael

1991 Naj Tunich: Cueva de las Inscripciones. Petén Itzá 32:16.


(1217)Romey, Kristin M.

2004 Diving the Maya Underworld: An Adventure in the Sacrificial Sinkholes of the Yucatán Jungle. Archaeology 57 (3):16-23.


(1218)Rook, Edith Sone

1926 Xochicalco or Hill of the Flowers. Art and Archaeology 22(3):93-98.

see p. 97
(1219)Rowe, Marvin, Allan Cobb, Polly A. Peterson and Patricia A. McAnany

2001 Late Classic Pictographs from Actun Ik. In Sacred Landscape and Settlement in the Sibun River Valley: XARP 1999 Archaeological Survey and Excavation, edited by Patricia A. McAnany, pp. 79-85. Department of Archaeology, Boston University, Boston.

see McAnany (898)
(1220)Roys, Ralph L.

1935 Place Names of Yucatan. Maya Research 2:1-10.

see pp. 2, 8
(1221)Roys, Ralph L.

1943 The Indian Background of Colonial Yucatan. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Publication 548, Washington, D.C.

see pp. 4, 181
(1222)Roys, Ralph L.

1957 Political Geography of the Yucatan Maya. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Publication 613, Washington, D.C.

see p. 100
(1223)Roys, Ralph L.

1965 Rituals of the Bacabs. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman.

see p. 68
(1224)Rubio Herrera, Amanda Inés

2001 Arqueología en Cavernas. Por Esto! Cultura, June 6, p. 2. Merida.


(1225)Rubio Herrera, Amanda Inés

2000 Incógnitas del Arte Rupestre. Por Esto! Unicornio, November 4, pp. 10-11. Merida.





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