2 edition of Anthropological bibliography of aboriginal Guatemala, British Honduras found in the catalog.
Anthropological bibliography of aboriginal Guatemala, British Honduras
Jorge A. Lines
|Statement||[by] Jorge A. Lines.|
|Series||Tropical Science Center. Occasional paper no. 6. Estudio ocasional no. 6|
|Contributions||Associated Colleges of the Midwest.|
|LC Classifications||Z1208.G8 L5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 309 p.|
|Number of Pages||309|
|LC Control Number||70007737|
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Anthropological bibliography of aboriginal Guatemala, British Honduras. San José, Costa Rica: Tropical Science Center, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jorge A Lines; Associated Colleges of the Midwest.
Anthropological bibliography of aboriginal Honduras. San Jose, Costa Rica: Tropical Science Center, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jorge A Lines; Edwin M Shook; Michael D Olien.
Anthropological bibliography of aboriginal Panama. BibliografGia antropolGogica aborigen de PanamGa by Shook, Edwin M. Lines, Jorge A., ; Olien, Michael D., ; Associated Colleges of the Midwest.
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Lines; Anthropological Bibliography of Aboriginal Guatemala-British Honduras. by Jorge A. Lines; Anthropological Bibliography of Aboriginal Honduras. by Jorge A. Lines; Anthropological Bibliography of Aboriginal El Salvador. Lying on the East Coast of Central America, south of Mexico's Yucatan and East of Guatemala, is British Honduras.
Rich in history, the refuge of the sailing fleets, her harbor protected by reefs was once the home of pirates and logwood cutters. Aboriginal Guatemala-british Honduras (San Jose, ).
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Anthropological Bibliography of Aboriginal El Salvador (San Jose, ). XLIX: 1 (February, ), LISS, SHELDON, B. APA Citation. Taylor, Douglas MacRae. The Black Carib of British Honduras. New York: Johnson Reprint Corp. MLA Citation. Taylor, Douglas MacRae. The Black Carib of British Honduras / Douglas MacRae Taylor Johnson Reprint Corp New York Australian/Harvard Citation.
Taylor, Douglas MacRae. British Honduras lacks any inherent claim to the attention of the world. Such notice as it has received in recent years has been due almost entirely to the assertion by the republic of Guatemala of claims to the sovereignty over this British possession.
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Anthropology and the Arls: Maya Sculpture from the Southern Lowlands, the Highlands and Pacific Piedmont, Guatemala, Mexico, Honduras. MERLE GREENE. a Report on the British Museum Expedition to British Honduras, In The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland Volume 59(July-Dec.): b British Museum Expedition to British Honduras.
In Nature No. () Report of the British Museum Expedition to British Honduras, No. Ethnology of the Mayas of Southern and Central British Honduras. By J. Eric Thompson. pages, 25 illus. Archaeological Investigations in the Southern Cayo District, British Honduras.
By J. Eric Thompson. pages, 28 illus. The Solar Year of the Mayas at Quirigua, Guatemala. By J. Eric. MLA Citation. Joyce, Thomas Athol. and Clark, James Cooper. and Thompson, John Eric Sidney. Report on the British Museum expedition to British Honduras, / by T. Joyce, J.
Cooper Clark, and J. Thompson Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland London Australian/Harvard Citation. Joyce, Thomas Athol. Both architecture and anthropology emerged as autonomous theoretical disciplines in the 18th-century enlightenment.
Throughout the 19th century, the fields shared a common icon—the primitive hut—and a common concern with both routine needs and ceremonial behaviours. Both could lay strong claims to a special knowledge of the everyday.
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Varma to. Here is a running bibliography of published and unpublished sources that deal with Maya Archaeology of the Stann Creek District. For SCRAP publications, please see the "Publications" tab. Dunham, Peter S. Resource Exploitation and Exchange among the Classic Maya: Some Initial Findings of the Maya Mountains Archaeological Project.
In The Managed Mosaic: Ancient Maya. A travelogue discovery of the Aboriginal Dreamtime and the songlines, with excerpts from Bruce Chatwin's book, The Songlines, and additional bibliographical entries and links.
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Drawing on detailed empirical research, it develops a discus. King, P.,A descriptive and comparative study of the barrios of Tornabe, Honduras, in Field Studies in Central America I: Tela and Vicinity, Honduras (W. Davidson, compiler), pp. 71 - 79, Department of Geography and Anthropology, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Google Scholar. The Sphere, Stone yokes from Mexico and Central America. Man, The Peabody Museum houses a significant number of Samuel Kirkland Lothrop's unpublished notes, photographs, and site plans related to his work in British Honduras, highland Guatemala, Panama, Puerto Rico, and other areas of Central and South America.Georges E.
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7. Archeological investigations in the Corozal District of British Honduras / Thomas and Mary GannReport on two skulls from British Honduras / A.J.E. Cave. No. 8. Linguistic classification of Cree and Montagnais-Naskapi Dialects / Truman Michelson. No. 9. Sedelmayr's Relacion of / trans. and ed.
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