Sources for the study of mesoamerican ritual cave use



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(535)González V., Javier


1989 Restos Botánicos. In Las Máscaras de la Cueva de Santa Ana Teloxtoc, edited by Ernesto Vargas, pp. 151-152. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico.

see Vargas (1537)


(536)González Villanueva, Pedro

  1. El Sacrificio Mixe: Rumbos para una Antropología Religiosa Indígena. Centro de Estudios Pastorales y Antropológicos de la Prelatura Mixepolitana, Mexico.

see pp. 11-12, 15, 27, 29, 32-33, 34, 39, 42-43, 47, 114-115, 116-118
(537)Good, Kenneth and Gerald Obermeyer

1986 Excavations at Oxtotipac (TT82). In The Teotihuacan Valley Project: Final Report – Volume 4: The Toltec Period Occupation of the Valley, Part I – Excavations and Ceramics, edited by William T. Sanders, pp. 195-265. Occasional Papers in Anthopology No. 13, Department of Anthropology, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park.


(538)Goodwyn, Frank

1953 Another Mexican Version of the Bear's Son Folktale. Journal of American Folklore 66:143-154.


(539)Gordon, George Byron

1896 Unpublished letter from George Gordon to Charles Bowditch dated April 6, 1896.


(540)Gordon, George Byron

1898 Caverns of Copan, Honduras. Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology Memoirs 1:137-148.

see Aoyama (46), Ballinger (80), Brady (176), (178), (180), Gatschet (506), Rue (1226), Rue et al. (1227), Thomas (1469)
(541)Gordon, George Byron

1915 Guatemala Myths. The Museum Journal 6(3):103-144.

see pp. 104, 137
(542)Gordon, George Byron

1915 Sucaneb. The Museum Journal 6(4):180-183.

see pp. 180, 183
(543)Gosner, Kevin

1992 Soldiers of the Virgin: The Moral Economy of a Colonial Maya Rebellion. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

see pp. 110. 111, 134
(544)Gossen, Gary H.

1972 Temporal and Spatial Equivilents in Chamula Ritual Symbolism. In Reader in Comparative Religion: An Anthropological Approach, 3rd ed., edited by William A. Lessa and Evon Z. Vogt, pp. 135-149. Harper and Row, Publishers, New York.

see p. 137
(545)Gossen, Gary H.

1973 Chamula Tzotzil Proverbs: Neither Fish nor Fowl. In Meaning in Mayan Languages: Ethnolinguistic Studies, edited by Munro S. Edmonson. Mouton & Co., The Hague.

see pp. 213-214
(546)Gossen, Gary H.

1974 Chamulas in the World of the Sun: Time and Space in a Maya Oral Tradition. Harvard University Press, Cambridge.

see pp. 19-20, 21, 86-87, 270, 291-292, 294, 318-319
(547)Goubaud Carrera, Antonio

1949 Notes on San Juan Chamelco, Alta Verapaz. University of Chicago Microfilms, Manuscripts on Middle American Cultural Anthropology, No. 23.

see pp. 35, 36, 38-39, 42, 78, 106-107, 124, 125
(548)Gould, Richard

1968 Archaeology. In Mayan Cave Discoveries, by Russell H. Gurnee et al. Explorers Journal 46 (3):164-167.


(549)Grafico

1980 Un Patrimonio Espeleológico que Tiende a Desaparecer. El Grafico, June 29, p. 15. Guatemala.


(550)Graham, Elizabeth, Logan McNatt, and Mark A. Gutchen

1980 Excavations in Footprint Cave, Belize. Journal of Field Archaeology 7: 153-172.


(551)Graham, Ian

1997 Discovery of a Maya Ritual Cave in Peten, Guatemala. Symbols, Spring Issue, pp. 28-31.

see Stuart and Stuart (1443)
(552)Grant, Jack and Bill Dailey

1960 The Defensive Barriers of Loltun. Unpublished manuscript.


(553)Greenberg, James B.

1981 Santiago's Sword: Chatino Peasant Religion and Economics. University of California Press, Berkeley.

see pp. 32, 83-84, 84-85, 99, 105-106
(554)Grieder, Terence

1982 Origens of Pre-Columbian Art. University of Texas Press, Austin.

see pp. 119, 131-134
(555)Griffin, Gilett

1967 Cave Trip Discloses Earliest American Art. University: A Princton Quarterly, No. 34:6-9.


(556)Griffen, William B.

1959 Notes on Seri Indian Culture, Sonora, Mexico. Latin American Monographs 10. University of Florida Press, Gainsville.

see pp. 47-48, 50-51
(557)Griffin, Gilett

1981 Olmec Forms and Materials Found in Central Guerrero. In The Olmec and Their Neighbors: Essays in Memory of Matthew W. Sterling, edited by Elizabeth P. Benson, pp. 209-222. Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, Washington, D.C.

see pp. 209, 211
(558)Griffith, Cameron

1998 Excavations and Salvage Operations in Actun Tunichil Muknal and Actun Uayazba Kab, Roaring Creek Valley, Belize. In The Western Belize Regional Cave Project: A Report of the 1997 Field Season, edited by Jaime J. Awe, pp. 39-70. Department of Anthropology Occasional Paper No. 1. University of New Hampshire, Durham.

see Awe (69)
(559)Griffith, Cameron Scott

An Alternative Interpretation of Monument 1 in the Stela Chamber of Actun Tunichil Muknal. In The Western Belize Regional Cave Project: A Report of the 1998 Field Season, edited by Jaime J. Awe, pp. 85-104. Department of Anthropology Occasional Paper No. 2. University of New Hampshire, Durham.

see Awe (71)
(560)Griffith, Cameron Scott

Patterns in the Darkness: Report on the 1998 Investigations of Cahal Uitz Na, Cayo District, Belize. In The Western Belize Regional Cave Project: A Report of the 1998 Field Season, edited by Jaime J. Awe, pp. 105-111. Department of Anthropology Occasional Paper No. 2. University of New Hampshire, Durham.

see Awe (71)
(561)Grignon Cheesman, Rita M.

1989 El Culto a los Volcanoes y Lagos en la Region del Oriente. Paper presented at the Tercer Simposio sobre Arqueología Guatemalteca. Guatemala City.


(562)Grigsby, Thomas L.

1986 In the Stone Warehouse: The Survival of a Cave Cult in Central Mexico. Journal of Latin American Lore 12(2):161-179.


(563)Grimes, Joseph E. and Thomas B. Hinton

1969 The Huichol and Cora. In Handbook of Middle American Indians, Vol. 8: Ethnology, edited by Evon Z. Vogt, pp. 792-813. University of Texas Press, Austin.

see pp. 806, 812
(564)Grollig, Francis Xavier

1959 San Miguel Acatán, Huehuetenango, Guatemala: A Modern Maya Village. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, Indiana University, Bloomington.

see p. 162
(565)Grove, David C.

1967 Juxtlahuaca Cave (Guerrero) Revisited. Katunob 6(2):37-40.


(566)Grove, David C.

1968 Murales Olmecas en Guerrero. Boletín del Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia No. 34:11-14.


(567)Grove, David C.

1968 Chalcatzingo, Morelos, Mexico: A Reappraisal of the Olmec Rock Carvings. American Antiquity 33:486-491.

see pp. 486-487, 489-490
(568)Grove, David C.

1969 Olmec Cave Painting: Discovery from Guerrero, Mexico. Science 164:421-423.


(569)Grove, David C.

1970 Los Murales de la Cueva de Oxtotitlán, Acatlán, Guerrero. Serie Investigativa, No. 23, Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico.


(570)Grove, David C.

1970 The Olmec Paintings of Oxtotitlan Cave, Guerrero, Mexico. Studies in Pre-Columbian Art and Archaeology, No. 6. Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, Washington, D.C.


(571)Grove, David C.

1972 Olmec Felines in Highland Central Mexico. In Cult of the Feline: A Conference in Pre-Columbian Iconography, edited by Elizabeth P. Benson, pp. 153-164. Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, Washington, D.C.

see pp. 158, 160-161, 161-162
(572)Grove, David C.

1973 Olmec Altars and Myth. Archaeology 26(2):128-135.


(573)Grove, David C.

1981 Olmec Monuments: Mutilation as a Clue to Meaning. In The Olmec and Their Neighbors: Essays in Memory of Matthew W. Sterling, edited by Elizabeth P. Benson, pp. 49-68. Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, Washington, D.C.

see pp. 57, 61, 64
(574)Grove, David C.

1987 Ancient Chalcatzingo. University of Texas Press, Austin.


(575)Grove, David C.

1989 Chalcatzingo and its Olmec Connection. In Regional Perspectives on the Olmec, edited by Robert J. Sharer and David C. Grove, pp. 122-147. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

see pp. 132-133, 134, 138, 142
(576)Grove, David C.

1996 Archaeological Contexts of Olmec Art Outside of the Gulf Coast. In Olmec Art of Ancient Mexico, edited by Elizabeth P. Benson and Beatriz de la Fuente, pp. 105-117. National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

see pp. 112, 113, 114, 115, 116
(577)Grube, N.

1989 Archaeological Investigations in the Southern Peten. Mexicon 11(3): 44-45.

see p. 45
(578)Gruning, E. L.

1930 Report on the British Museum Expedition to British Honduras, 1930. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 60:477-483.

see p. 481, Gann (488), Joyce (715), Joyce et al. (716)
(579)Guderjan, Thomas H., Michael Lindeman, Ellen Ruble, Froyla Salam, and Jason Yeager

1991 Archaeological Sites in the Río Bravo Area. In Maya Settlement in Northwestern Belize: The 1988 and 1990 Seasons of the Río Bravo Archaeological Project, edited by Thomas H. Guderjan, pp. 55-88. Labyrinthos, Culver City.

see pp. 73, 76
Guerra, Jenny and James E. Brady

2009 A Restudy of Cave 1 at Quen Santo. In Exploring Highland Maya Ritual Cave Use: Archaeology & Ethnography in Huehuetenango, Guatemala, edited by James E. Brady, pp. 27-40. Association for Mexican Cave Studies, Bulletin 20, Austin, TX.


Guerra, Jenny and Reiko Ishihara

2007 Ventanas sagradas: Un studio etnoarqueológico de las creencias y rituals relacionados con las cuevas en Chocola, Suchitepéquez. XX Simposio de Investigaciones Arqueológicas en Guatemala, edited by Juan Pedro Laporte, Bárbara Arroyo and Héctor E. Mejía, pp. 951-957. Ministerio de Cultura y Deportes, Instituto de Antropología e Historia, Asociación Tikal, Fundación Arqueológica del Nuevo Mundo, Guatemala.


(580)Guiteras Holmes, C.

1947 Clanes y Sistema de Parantesco de Cancuc (México). Acta Americana 5:1-17.

see pp. 1, 4
(581)Guiteras Holmes, Calixta

1952 Social Organization. In Heritage of Conquest: The Ethnology of Middle America, edited by Sol Tax, pp. 97-118. Free Press, Glencoe, IL.

see p. 103
(582)Guiteras-Holmes, Calixta

1961 Síntesis de la Visión del Mundo de los Altos de Chiapas. In Los Mayas del Sur y sus Relaciones con los Nahuas Meridionales. pp. 303-308. VIII Mesa Redonda de la Sociedad Mexicana de Antropología, Mexico.

see p. 303-305
(583)Guiteras-Holmes, Calixta

1961 Perils of the Soul: The World View of a Tzotzil Indian. The Free Press, New York.

see pp. 189, 203, 258, 263, 287-288, 291, 292, 314, 316
(584)Gurnee, Russell H.

1959 Guatemalan Underground. National Speleological Society News 17(9):133-135.


(585)Gurnee, Russell H.

1962 The Caves of Guatemala. National Speleological Society Bulletin 24, Part 1:25-30.


(586)Gurnee, Russell H.

1965 Seamay Cave (Caves of the Grand Staircase) Senahu, Alta Verapaz, Guatemala, C.A. National Speleological Society News 23(8):114-117.


(587)Gurnee, Russell H.

1965 Caves in Mesoamerica. Katunob 5(2/3):32-33.


(588)Gurnee, Russell H., Ward Randol, A. Richard Smith, Richard Gould, Brother G. Nicholas, Charles E. Mohr, Hugh Land, José Limeres

1968 Maya Cave Discoveries. Explorers Journal 46:146-186.


(589)Gussinyer, Jordi

1980 Les Pintures Rupestre de L'abric de "Los Monos" de Chiapas. Boletín Americantista 22(30):125-179. Barcelona.


(590)Guzmán Peredo, Miguel

1987 Prácticas Médicas en la América Antigua/ Medical Practices in Ancient America. Ediciones Euroamericanas, Mexico.

see pp. 33, 34, 169, 170, 171
(591)Guzmán Peredo, Miguel

1991 Underwater Archaeology in Mexico/La Arqueología Subacuática en México. Ediciones Euroamericanas, Mexico.


(592)Haarmann, Erich

1911 Sobre una Cueva en una Corriente de Lava en el Estado de Puebla. Boletín de la Sociedad Geológica Mexicana VII: 141-143. Mexico.


(593)Haberland, Wolfgang

1972 The Cave of the Holy Ghost. Archaeology 25:286-291.

see Barbarena (88), Coladán (321), (322), Haberland (593), (595), Paz (1071)
(594)Haberland, Wolfgang

1976 La Cueva del Espíritu Santo. Anales del Museo Nacional "David J. Guzman" Vol. 49: 93-106. El Salvador.

see Barbarena (88), Coladán (321), (322), Haberland (593), (595), Paz (1071)
(595)Haberland, Wolfgang

1991 Informe Preliminar de Investigaciones Arqueológicas en la Gruta de Corinto y sus Alrededores. Mesoamérica 21:95-104.

see Barbarena (88), Coladán (321), (322), Haberland (593), (594), Paz (1071)
(596)Hadel, Richard E.

1974 Tataduhende and Sissimite. Belizean Studies 2(4):14-21.

see p. 14
(597)Haefkens, Jacobo

1969 Viaje a Guatemala y Centroamerica. Sociedad de Geografía e Historia de Guatemala. Guatemala. (Original 1827)

see p. 302
(598)Haeserijn V., Esteban

1979 Diccionario K’ekchi’ – Español. Piedra Santa, Guatemala.

see pp. 243, 254, 419
Halperin, Christina T.

2005 Social Power and Sacred Space at Actun Nak Beh, Belize. In Stone Houses and Earth Lords: Maya Religion in the Cave Context, edited by Keith M. Prufer and James E. Brady, pp. 71-90. University Press of Colorado, Boulder.


(599)Halperin, Christina T., Sergio Garza, Keith Prufer and James E. Brady

2003 Caves and Ancient Maya Ritual Use of Jute. Latin American Antiquity 14 (2):207-219.


(600)Hammond, Norman

1975 Lubaantun: A Classic Maya Realm. Peabody Museum Monographs No. 2. Harvard University, Cambridge.

see pp. 41, 271, 274, 276-277, 283, 286-287, 291-292
(601)Hammond, Norman

1977 Review of: The Hill-Caves of Yucatan: A Search for Evidence of Man’s Antiquity in the Caverns of Central America, by Henry C. Mercer. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman (1975). American Anthropologist 79: 968.

see Mercer (922)
(602)Hammond, Norman

1981 Settlement Patterns in Belize. In Lowland Maya Settlement Patterns, edited by Wendy Ashmore, pp. 157-186. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.

see pp. 160-161, 176-177
(603)Hanks, William F.

1984 Sanctification, Structure, and Exper-ience in a Yucatec Ritual Event. Journal of American Folklore 97: 131-166.

see pp. 134, 162 n. 3
(604)Hanks, William F.

1990 Referential Practice: Language and Lived Space among the Maya. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.

see p. 312
(605)Hapka, Román and Fabienne Rouvinez

1994 Prospección Arqueológica en las Cuevas del Cerro Rabón (Sierra Mazateca, Oaxaca). Trace: Travaux et Recherches dans les Amériques du Centre 25:47-65.


(606)Hapka, Román and Fabienne Rouvinez

1996 Prospection Archéologique des Grottes du Cerro Rabón, Sierra Mazateca, Oaxaca, Mexico. In Proyecto Cerro Rabón, 1990-1994, Oaxaca, Mexico, edited by Thomas Bitterli and other Cerro Rabón Project members, pp. 57-69. Speleo Projects,Caving Publications International, Basel, Switzerland.


(607)Hapka, Román and Fabienne Rouvinez

1997 Las Ruinas Cave, Cerro Rabon, Oaxaca, Mexico: A Mazatec Postclassic Funerary and Ritual Site. Journal of Cave and Karst Studies 59 (1):22-25.


(608)Harrison, Eleanor and Kevin Acone

2001 Further Investigations at Pechtun Ha: Feasting at the Primary Residence and Mass Importantion of Cave Speleothems. In Sacred Landscape and Settlement in the Sibun River Valley: XARP 1999 Archaeological Survey and Excavation, edited by Patricia A. McAnany, pp. 133-154. Department of Archaeology, Boston University, Boston.

see McAnany (898)
(609)Harrison, Peter D. and Phyllis E. Messenger

1980 Dennis Edward Puleston, 1940-1978. American Antiquity 45: 272-276.


(610)Harvey, H. R.

1991 Pilgrimage and Shrine: Religious Practices among the Otomi of Huixquilucan, Mexico. In Pilgrimage in Latin America, edited by N. Ross Crumrine and Alan Morinis, pp. 91-107. Greenwood Press, New York.


(611)Hatt, Robert T.

1930 Collectors' Days and Nights in Yucatan. Natural History 30 (6):617-626.

see p. 617
(612)Hatt, Robert T., Harvey I. Fisher, Dave A. Langebartel and George W. Brainerd

1953 Faunal and Archaeological Researches in Yucatan Caves. Cranbrook Institute of Science Bulletin No. 33.

see Reed (1156), (1157); Shook (1326)
(613)Haviland, John B.

2003 Dangerous Places in Zinacantec Prayer. In Espacios Mayas: Usos, Representaciones, Creencias, edited by Alain Breton, Aurore Monod Becquelin and Mario Humberto Ruz, pp. 383-428. Centro de Estudios Mayas, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México/Centre D'Étudies Mexicaines et Centraméricaines, México.


(614)Hawkins, Thomas and Andrew McKenzie

1993 The Caves of Honduras: A First List. British Tea Cavers, London.


(615)Hayden, Brian

1987 Past to Present: Uses of Stone Tools in the Maya Highlands. In Lithic Studies Among the Contemporary Highland Maya, edited by Brian Hayden, pp. 160-234. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

see p. 176
(616)Headrick, Annabeth

1991 The Chicomoztoc of Chichen Itza. M.A. thesis, Department of Art, University of Texas, Austin.


(617)Headrick, Annabeth

1999 The Street of the Dead…It Really Was: Mortuary Bundles at Teotihuacan. Ancient Mesoamerica 10: 69-85.

see pp. 81-82
(618)Healy, Paul F.

1974 The Cuyamel Caves: Preclassic Sites in Northeast Honduras. American Antiquity 39:435-447.


(619)Healy, Paul F.

1984 The Archaeology of Honduras. In The Archaeology of Lower Central America, edited by Frederick W. Lange and Doris Z. Stone, pp. 113-161. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.

see pp. 128, 129, 132
(620)Healy, Paul F.

1984 Northeast Honduras: A Precolumbian Frontier Zone. In Recent Developments in Isthmian Archaeology: Advances in the Prehistory of Lower Central America, edited by Frederick W. Lange, pp. 227- 241. BAR International Series, London.

see pp. 230-231
(621)Helmke, Christophe G.B.

1999 An Analysis of the archaeological specimens at Ian Anderson's 'Jungle Adventure Camp', Caves Branch Valley, Belize. In The Western Belize Regional Cave Project: A Report of the 1998 Field Season, edited by Jaime J. Awe, pp. 221-230. Department of Anthropology Occasional Paper No. 2. University of New Hampshire, Durham.

see Awe (71)
(622)Helmke, Christophe G.B.

1999 Exploration and Investigations of the Sinkhole Tunnels, Actun Tunichil Muknal, Belize. . In The Western Belize Regional Cave Project: A Report of the 1998 Field Season, edited by Jaime J. Awe, pp. 146-165. Department of Anthropology Occasional Paper No. 2. University of New Hampshire, Durham.

see Awe (71)

Helmke, Christophe G. B.

2009 Ancient Maya Cave Usage as Attested in the Glyphic Corpus of the Maya Lowlands and the Caves of the Roaring Creek Valley, Belize. Ph.D. dissertation, Institute of Archaeology, University College London.



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