Mesoweb Bibliography For Websites

A website is a collection of information pages on the Internet that are written by an individual, organization, company, or institution. Websites can range in a variety of topics including news, sports, travel, and many other interests and hobbies.

To make a citation for a website, you will need the following pieces of information:

The author’s name
The title of the article or page
The title of the website
*The name of the publisher
The date the page or site was published
*The URL

*Notes:
On the publisher:
Only include the name of the publisher when it differs from the name of the website.

On URLs:
In previous versions of MLA, researchers were not required to include the URL. In MLA 8, it is strongly recommended to include the URL in the citation. Even though web pages and URLs can be taken down or changed, it is still possible to learn about the source from the information seen in the URL.
When including URLs in a citation, omit http:// and https:// from the website’s address.
When creating a citation that will be read on a digital device, it is helpful to make the URL clickable so that readers can directly access the source themselves.

Structure of a website citation in MLA 8:

Place the author’s name in reverse order, last name first, add a comma, and then the first name followed by a period. The title of the web page or article is placed in quotation marks, with a period before the end quotation. The title of the website is written in italics followed by a comma. If the name of the publisher differs from the name of the website, include it after the title. Immediately following the publisher is the date that the page or article was published, or posted. Finally, end with the URL. The URL is the website’s address.

Author’s Last name, First name. “Title of the Article or Individual Page.” Title of the website, Name of the publisher, Date of publication, URL.

Examples of website citations in MLA 8:

White, Lori. “The Newest Fad in People Helping People: Little Free Pantries.” Upworthy, Cloud Tiger Media, 3 Aug. 2016,
www.upworthy.com/the-newest-fad-in-people-helping-people-little-free-pantries?g=2&c=hpstream.

How to cite a website with no author in MLA 8:
Sometimes, websites do not clearly state who wrote the information on the page. When no author is listed, omit the author information from the citation. Start the citation with the title.

Example of a citation for a website without an author in MLA 8:

“Giant Panda.” Smithsonian National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Institute, nationalzoo.si.edu/animals/giantpandas/pandafacts.

How to cite a website when there is no page title:

When citing a web page that does not include a formal title, it is acceptable to include a description of the page. Do not place the description in italics or in quotation marks. Follow the description with the name of the website.

Example of a website citation in MLA 8 when there is no page title in MLA 8:

General Information on the New York Mets. NYCData, The Weissman Center for International Business Baruch College/CUNY, www.baruch.cuny.edu/nycdata/sports/nymets.htm.

How to cite social media websites:

In an increasingly digital world, social media platforms have become one of the most popular sources students turn to when writing a research paper. Here are some examples of ways you can cite various social media platforms in your work:

Example of a twitter citation in MLA 8:

@TwitterHandle. “Content of Tweet.” Twitter, Date, Time, URL (omit http:// or https://).

@Britannica. “Nelson Mandela, who fought for racial equality and became South Africa’s 1st black president, was born #OTD in 1918.” Twitter, 18 Jul. 2017, 11:45 a.m.,twitter.com/Britannica/status/887382776747630594.

Example of citing Instagram in MLA 8:

Account holder’s Last name, First name or Username. “Photo Title or Description.”* Instagram, Other contributors, Date photo was published, URL (without http:// or https://).

*If no title is available, create a simple description and do not place it in italics or quotation marks.

National Geographic. Photo of Bering Sea. Instagram, photographed by Corey Arnold, 2 Apr. 2017,  www.instagram.com/p/BSaisVuDk7S/?taken-by=natgeo.

Example of citing Facebook in MLA 8:

Author Last Name, First Name or Account Name. Description of Post. Facebook,Day Month Year of Post, Time of Post, URL. Accessed Day Month Year post was viewed.

Rick Mercer Report. Spread the Net Challenge Winners 2016. Facebook, 23 Mar. 2016, 9:00 a.m., www.facebook.com/rickmercerreport. Accessed 26 June 2016.

Example of citing comments on social media posts in MLA 8:

List the username as the author. Use the phrase, Comment on, before the title. Use quotation marks around the article title. Name the publisher, date, time (listed near the comment), and the URL.

Not Omniscent Enough. Comment on “Flight Attendant Tells Passenger to ‘Shut Up’ After Argument After Pasta.” ABC News, 9 Jun 2016, 4:00 p.m., abcnews.go.com/US/flight-attendant-tells-passenger-shut-argument-pasta/story?id=39704050.

 








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ANAYA HERNÁNDEZ, ARMANDO, STANLEY P. GUENTER, and MARC U. ZENDER
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ANAYA H., ARMANDO, PETER MATHEWS, and STANLEY GUENTER
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ANDERSON, PATRICIA, and JENNIFER DUCAT
1991  Yula: Ancient Politics and Boundary Maintenance at the Edge of the Cupul Provice. Paper presented at the 47th ICA, New Orleans.


ANDREWS, E. WYLLYS, IV, and GEORGE E. STUART
1968  The Ruins of Ikil, Yucatan, Mexico. Middle American Research Institute, Publication 31:69-80. New Orleans: Tulane University.


2002  Arquitectura política y residencial en La Joyanca, noroccidente del Petén, Guatemala. Mexicon 24(3):45-62.


1995  The History of Tonina According to its Incriptions. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Texas at Austin.
1997  Who Were the People of Toniná? In The Language of Maya Hieroglyphs, edited by Martha Macri and Anabel Ford, pp. 69-75. San Francisco: Precolumbian Art Research Institute. (.)


BACUS, ELISABETH A., and LISA J. LUCERO, eds.
1999  Complex Polities in the Ancient Tropical World. Archeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association Number 9. Arlington, VA: American Anthropological Association.


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1980  Diccionario maya cordemex, maya-español, español-maya. Mexico City: Ediciones Cordemex.


1991  From the Mouth of the Dark Cave: Commemorative Sculpture of the Late Classic Maya. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press. (.)
1996  At the Edge of the World: Caves and Late Classic Maya World View. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press. (.)


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2001  Maize (Origin, Domestication, and Development). Entry in The Oxford Encyclopedia of Mesoamerican Cultures, Vol. 2, pp. 147-150. New York: Oxford University Press. (.)


1943a  Notes on Glyph C of the Lunar Series at Palenque. In Carnegie Institution of Washington, Notes on Middle American Archaeology and Ethnology 1(24):156-159. Cambridge, MA: Carnegie Institution of Washington.
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1955  News from the Maya World. Ethnos 20:201-209.
1956  Late Pottery Horizons of Tabasco, Mexico. Contributions to American Anthropology and History 12(59). Carnegie Institution of Washington, Publication 606. Washington, D.C.: Carnegie Institution of Washington.
1958  El glifo "emblema" en las inscripciones mayas. Journal de la Société des Americanistes 47:111-119.
1959  Glyphos nominales en el Sarcófago de Palenque. Humanidades, 2(10):1-8. Guatemala: Universidad de San Carlos.
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1999  Análisis epigráfico del Tablero de K'an Tok, Palenque, Chiapas. Paper presented at the Palenque Round Table, 1999.
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1937  Studies on the Inscriptions of Chichen Itza. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Publication 483, Contributions to American Archaeology 21. Washington, D.C.: Carnegie Institution of Washington. (.)


BIRÓ, PÉTER
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BLOM, FRANZ, and GERTRUDE DUBY BLOM
1957  La Selva Lacandona. Mexico City: Editorial Cultura.


BLOM, FRANZ, and OLIVER LA FARGE
1926  Tribes and Temples. 2 vols. New Orleans: Tulane University.


1999  A New Naranjo Area Toponym: yo:ts. Mexicon 21(2):39-42.
2000  B'utz'aj Sak Chi'ik, "Smoking Lark/Calandria Humeante", The Third Palenque Ruler. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com / palenque / features / boot / butzaj.html. (.)
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BOWEN, SHARON, and LLOYD ANDERSON
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BRADY, JAMES E., and PIERRE ROBERT COLAS
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BRADY, JAMES E., and KEITH M. PRUFER
2005  In the Maw of the Earth Monster. Austin: University of Texas Press. (.)


BRASWELL, GEOFFREY E., CHRISTIAN M. PRAGER, CASSANDRA R. BILL, SONJA A. SCHWAKE, and JENNIFER B. BRASWELL
2004  The Rise of Secondary States in the Southeastern Periphery of the Maya World: A Report on Recent Archaeological and Epigraphic Research at Pusilha, Belize. Ancient Mesoamerica 15(2):219-233.


1882  The Maya Chronicles. Philadelphia: The Maya Society.


1986  A Grammar of Mayan Hieroglyphs. Middle American Research Institute, Publication no. 56. New Orleans: Tulane University.


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CAHN, ROBERT, and MARCUS WINTER
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CAMPBELL, LYLE R., and TERRENCE S. KAUFMAN
1976  A Linguistic Look at the Olmec. American Antiquity 41(1):80-89.


1997  The War for the Heart and Soul of a Highland Maya Town. Austin: University of Texas Press. (.)


CARLSEN, ROBERT S., and MARTIN PRECHTEL
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CARMACK, ROBERT M., and JAMES L. MONDLOCH
1983  Titulo de Totonicapan. Mexico City: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.


CARRASCO, DAVÍD, ed.
2001  The Oxford Encyclopedia of Mesoamerican Cultures. New York: Oxford University Press. (.)


CARRASCO, DAVÍD, LINDSAY JONES, and SCOTT SESSIONS, eds.
2000  Mesoamerica's Classic Heritage: From Teotihuacan to the Aztecs. Boulder, Colorado: University Press of Colorado. (.)


CARRASCO VARGAS, RAMÓN
1991  The Structure 8 Tablet and the Development of the Great Plaza at Yaxchilan. In Sixth Palenque Round Table, 1986, edited by Virginia M. Fields, pp. 110-117. Norman: University of Oklahoma.
1996  Proyecto Arqueológico de la Biosfera de Calakmul, Temporada 1993-1994. Unpublished INAH report.
2000  El cuchcabal de la Cabeza de Serpiente. Arqueología Mexicana 7(42):12-19.


CARRASCO VARGAS, RAMÓN, and SYLVIANE BOUCHER
1987  Las escaleras jeroglíficas del Resbalón, Quintana Roo. In Primer Symposio Mundial Sobre Epigrafía Maya: 1-21. Guatemala.


CARRASCO VARGAS, RAMÓN, SYLVIANE BOUCHER, PAULA ALVAREZ GONZÁLEZ, VERA TIESLER BLOS, VALERIA GARCÍA VIERNA, RENATA GARCÍA MORENO, and JAVIER VASQUEZ NAGRETE
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CARRASCO VARGAS, RAMÓN, and MARC WOLF
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1994  The Devil in the New World. New Haven: Yale University Press. (.)


2001  Propuesta para el manejo e investigación de los recursos culturales del Parque Nacional Sierra del Lacandón. Guatemala City: Defensores de la Naturaleza.


CHARNAY, DÉSIRÉ
1885  Les Anciennes Villes du Nouveau Monde. Paris: Hachette.
1887  The Ancient Cities of the New World. New York: Harper and Brothers.


CHASE, ARLEN F., and DIANE Z. CHASE
1987  Investigations at the Classic Maya City of Caracol, Belize: 1985-1987. PARI Monograph 3. San Francisco: Pre-Columbian Art Research Insititute. (.)
1996a  A Mighty Maya Nation: How Caracol Built an Empire by Cultivating its "Middle-Class". Archaeology 49(5):66-72.
1996b  The Causeways of Caracol. Belize Today 10(3/4):31-32.
1996c  The Organization and Composition of Classic Lowland Maya Society: The View from Caracol, Belize. In Eighth Palenque Round Table, 1993, edited by Merle Greene Robertson, Martha J. Macri and Jan McHargue. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, San Francisco. (; .)


CHASE, ARLEN F., DIANE Z. CHASE, and WILLIAM A. HAVILAND
2002  Maya Social Organization from a "Big Site" Perspective: Classic Period Caracol, Belize and Tikal, Guatemala. In La organización social entre los mayas: Memoria de la Tercera Mesa Redonda de Palenque, Vol. I, edited by Vera Tiesler Blos, Rafael Cobos and Merle Greene Robertson. Mexico City: Conaculta-INAH.


CHASE, ARLEN F., NIKOLAI GRUBE, and DIANE Z. CHASE
1991  Three Terminal Classic Monuments from Caracol, Belize. Research Reports on Maya Hieroglyphic Writing 36. Washington, D.C.: Center for Maya Research. (.)


2006  The Americas' First Colony?: A Possible Olmec Outpost in Southern Mexico. Archaeology 59(1):42-46.


CHINCHILLA MAZARIEGOS, OSWALDO
2001  Cotzumalhuapa. Entry in The Oxford Encyclopedia of Mesoamerican Cultures, Vol. 1, pp. 275-277. New York: Oxford University Press. (.)


2004  Popol Vuh: The Sacred Book of the Maya. Winchester, U.K.: O Books. (.)


1984  The Dynastic History of Naranjo: The Early Period. Estudios de Cultura Maya 15:77-96. Mexico.
1985  The Dynastic History of Naranjo: The Middle Period. In Fifth Palenque Round Table, 1983, edited by Elizabeth P. Benson (series edited by Merle Greene Robertson), pp. 65-77. San Francisco: Pre-Columbian Art Research Insitute. (.)
1989  The Dynastic History of Naranjo: The Late Period. In Word and Image in Maya Culture, edited by William F. Hanks and Don S. Rice: 244-254. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press.


2001  Merida-Ti'ho. Entry in The Oxford Encyclopedia of Mesoamerican Cultures, Vol. 2, pp. 210-220. New York: Oxford University Press. (.)


1965  The Olmec Style and Its Distribution. In Handbook of Middle American Indians, Vol. 3 (Robert Wauchope, General Editor): Archaeology of Southern Mesoamerica, edited by Gordon R. Willey, Pt. 2: 39-775. Austin: University of Texas Press.
1968a  America's First Civilization: Discovering the Olmec. New York: American Heritage.
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1989  The Hero Twins: Myth and Image. In The Maya Vase Book: A Corpus of Rollout Photographs of Maya Vases, Volume 1. New York: Kerr Associates.
1992  Breaking the Maya Code. New York: Thames and Hudson. (.)
2001  Cacao. Entry in The Oxford Encyclopedia of Mesoamerican Cultures, Vol. 1, p. 113. New York: Oxford University Press. (.)
2005  The Maya. Seventh Edition. New York: Thames and Hudson. (.)


COE, MICHAEL D., and RICHARD A. DIEHL
1980a  In the Land of the Olmec, Vol. 1, The Archaeology of San Lorenzo Tenochtitlan. Austin: University of Texas.
1980b  In the Land of the Olmec, Vol. 2, The People of the River. Austin: University of Texas.


COE, MICHAEL D., and REX KOONTZ
2002  Mexico: From the Olmecs to the Aztecs. Fifth Edition. New York: Thames and Hudson. (.)


COE, MICHAEL D., and MARK VAN STONE
2001  Reading the Maya Glyphs. New York: Thames and Hudson. (.)


1994  America's First Cuisines. Austin: University of Texas Press. (.)


1994  Piedras Negras Archaeology: Artifacts, Caches and Burials. Philadelphia: University Museum, University of Pennsylvania.


1975  Painting and Drawings Styles at Tikal. Ph.D. dissertation, Harvard University.


1998a  Caves of Blood and War. Paper presented at the Third European Maya Conference, University of Hamburg.
1998b  Ritual and Politics in the Underworld. Mexicon 20(5):99-104.
1999a  Auf der Jagd im Codex Madrid: Ikonographische und epigraphische Analyse der Seiten 38a und 39-49 des Codex Tro-Cortesianus. Unpublished MA thesis, University of Hamburg.
1999b  CS 1A y CS 2A: Arqueologia de abrigos rocosos alrededor de Piedras Negras. In Proyecto Arqueológico Piedras Negras: Informe Preliminar 3, edited by Hector L. Escobedo and Stephen D. Houston, pp. 335-346. Universidad del Valle de Guatemala; Instituto Nacional de Antropolog�a e Historia, Guatemala.
2000  Tok'and Tok: Two Examples of Rebus Writing in Maya Script. In The Sacred and the Profane: Architecture and Identity in the Maya Lowlands, edited by Pierre R. Colas, Kai Delvendahl, Marcus Kuhnert, and Annette Schubart, pp. 83-92. Acta Mesoamericana 10. Markt Schwaben: Verlag Anton Saurwein.
2001  Name Acquisition amongst the Classic Maya Kings: An Anthropological Assessment. Paper presented at the 66th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, April 20, New Orleans.
2002  New Olmec Mask Uncovered. Mexicon 24(5):86.
2003  K'inich and King: Naming Self and Person Among Classic Maya Rulers. Ancient Mesoamerica 14(2):269-283.
2004  Sinn und Bedeutung Klassischer Maya-Personennamen: Typologische Analyse von Anthroponymphrasen in den Hieroglyphen-Inschriften der Klassischen Maya-Kultur als Beitrag zur Allgemeinen Onomastik. Acta Mesoamericana 15. Markt Schwaben: Verlag Anton Saurwein.
2006a  The Hunting Scenes in the Madrid Codex: A Planner for Hunting Rituals. In Sacred Books, Sacred Languages: Two Thousand Years of Ritual and Religious Maya Literature, edited by Gogelio Valencia Rivera and Genevi�ve Le Fort, pp. 81-92 Acta Mesoamericana 18. Markt Schwaben: Verlag Anton Saurwein.
2006b  Personal Names: A Diacritical Marker of an Ethnic Boundary Among the Classic Maya. In Maya Ethnicity: The Construction of Ethnic Identity From Preclassic to Modern Times, edited by Frauke Sachse, pp. 85-98. Acta Mesoamericana 19. Markt Schwaben: Verlag Anton Saurwein.
2008  Review of Lynn A. Grant, The Maya Vase Conservation Project. Current World Archaeology 3(6):64-65.


COLAS, PIERRE ROBERT, and CHRISTOPHE G. B. HELMKE
1999  A Brief Note on the Orthography, Meaning, and Grammar of Archaeological Site Names in Western Belize and the Maya Area. In Western Belize Regional Cave Project: A Report of the 1998 Field Season, edited by Jaime J. Awe, pp. 1-7. Department of Anthropology, Occasional Paper No. 2. Durham: University of New Hampshire.


COLAS, PIERRE ROBERT, and ALEXANDER VOSS
2000  Spiel auf Leben und Tod: das Ballspiel der Maya. In Maya Gottkönige im Regenwald, edited by Nikolai Grube, Eva Eggebrecht and Matthias Seidel, pp. 186-193. Cologne: Könemann.
2001  A Game of Life and Death — the Maya Ball Game. In Maya: Divine Kings of the Rain Forest, edited by Nikolai Grube, Eva Eggebrecht and Matthias Seidel, pp. 186-193. Cologne: Könemann. (.)


COLAS, PIERRE ROBERT, KAI DELVENDAHL, MARCUS KUHNERT, and ANNETTE SCHUBART, eds.
2000  The Sacred and the Profane: Architecture and Identity in the Maya Lowlands. Acta Mesoamericana 10. Markt Schwaben: Verlag Anton Saurwein.


COLAS, PIERRE ROBERT, CHRISTOPHE G. HELMKE, JAIME J. AWE, and TERRY G. POWIS
2002  Epigraphic and Ceramic Analyses of Two Early Classic Maya Vessels from Baking Pot, Belize. Mexicon 24(2):33-39.


COLAS, PIERRE ROBERT, GENEVIEVE LEFORT, and BODIL LILEFORS PERSSON, eds.
2006  Jaws of the Underworld: Life, Death, and Rebirth Among the Ancient Maya. Acta Mesoamericana 16. Markt Schwaben: Verlag Anton Saurwien.


2006  Strange Treasures, Signalling from the Beyond. The New York Times, June 16, 2006.


COUGNAUD, AGNES, HAL GREEN, BEA KOCH, and AL MEADOR
2003  The Dos Caobas Stelae. Wayeb Notes 3: www.wayeb.org/notes/wayeb_notes0003.pdf.


CURTIS, JASON, DAVID A. HODELL, and MARK BRENNER
1996  Climate Variability on the Yucatán Peninsula (Mexico) During the Past 3500 Years, and Implications for Maya Cultural Evolution. Quatenary Research 46:37-47.


1982  The Ancient Kingdoms of Mexico. New York: Viking Press. (.)


1973  Escultura Monumental Olmeca: Catálago. Mexico City: Instituto de Investigaciones Esteticas, UNAM.


2004  Ancient Maya: The Rise and Fall of a Rainforest Civilization. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (.)
2006  The Petexbatun Regional Archaeology Project: A Multidisciplinary Study of the Maya Collapse. Vanderbilt Institute of Mesoamerican Archaeology Series, Vol. 1. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press.


DÍAZ, GISELE, and ALAN RODGERS
1993  The Codex Borgia: A Full-Color Restoration of the Ancient Mexican Manuscript. New York: Dover Publications. (.)


DÍAZ DEL CASTILLO, BERNAL


2004  The Olmecs: Americas First Civilization. New York: Thames and Hudson. (.)


DIEHL, RICHARD A., and MICHAEL D. COE
1995  Olmec Archaeology. In The Olmec World: Ritual and Rulership, edited by Jill Guthrie, pp.11-25. Princeton: The Art Museum, Princeton University. (.)


DRUCKER, PHILIP, ROBERT F. HEIZER, and ROBERT J. SQUIER
1959  Excavations at La Venta, Tabasco, 1955. Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin, 170. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution.


1994  The History of the Indies of New Spain, translated, annotated and with an introduction by Doris Heyden. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.


1982  The 2 Cib 14 Mol Event in the Inscriptions of Palenque, Chiapas, Mexico. Zeitschrift für Ethnologie 107:233-258.


EBERL, MARKUS, and STEPHEN D. HOUSTON
2001  Epigraphic Research at Aguateca (Petexbatun, Guatemala). Paper presented at the 68th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, New Orleans.


1971  The Book of Counsel: The Popul Vuh of the Quiché Maya of Guatemala. Middle American Research Institute. Publication 35. New Orleans: Tulane University.


EROSA PENICHE, JOSÉ
1946  La Subestructura del Castillo de Chichén-Itzá. Merida.
1947  Guia para Visitar las Ruinas de Uxmal. Second edition. Merida.


ESCOBEDO, HÉCTOR L.
2004  Tale from the Crypt: The Burial Place of Ruler 4, Piedras Negras. In Courtly Art of the Ancient Maya, by Mary Miller and Simon Martin, pp. 277-279. New York: Thames and Hudson. (.)


2002  Anatomía de una Ciudad Maya: Holmul. Mexicon 24(5):107-112.


ESTRADA BELLI, FRANCISCO, ALEXANDRE TOKOVININE, JENNIFER FOLEY, HEATHER HURST, GENE A. WARE, DAVID STUART, and NIKOLAI GRUBE
2006  Two Early Classic Maya Murals: New Texts and Images in Maya and Teotihuacan Style from La Sufricaya, Petén, Guatemala. Antiquity 308:80.


2004  Ancient Mexico and Central America. New York: Thames and Hudson. (.)


EVANS, SUSAN TOBY, and DAVID L. WEBSTER
2001  Archaeology of Ancient Mexico and Central America. New York: Garland Publishing. (.)


1988  A New Early Text from Tikal. Research Reports on Maya Hieroglyphic Writing 17. Washington, D.C.: Center for Maya Research. (.)
2002  Rescuing the Origins of Dos Pilas Dynasty: A Salvage of Hieroglyphic Stairway #2, Structure L5-49. Interim report. FAMSI: www.famsi.org/reports/01098/interim/index.html. (.)
2003  Rescuing the Origins of Dos Pilas Dynasty: A Salvage of Hieroglyphic Stairway #2, Structure L5-49. Final report. FAMSI: www.famsi.org/reports/01098/index.html. (.)


FAHSEN, FEDERICO, ARTHUR A. DEMAREST, and LUIS FERNANDO LUIN
2002  Sesenta años de historia en la Escalinata Jeroglífica de Cancuen. In XV Simposio de Investigaciones Arqueologicas en Guatemala, 2001, edited by Juan Pedro Laporte, Bárbara Arroyo, Héctor L. Escobedo, Héctor E. Mejía, pp. 711-721. Guatemala: Ministerio de Cultura y Deportes; Instituto de Antropología e Historia; Asociación Tikal.


2001a  Scribes, Warriors and Kings. Revised edition of 1991 publication. London: Thames & Hudson. (.)
2001b  Maya. Entry in The Oxford Encyclopedia of Mesoamerican Cultures, Vol. 2, pp. 181-189. New York: Oxford University Press. (.)


FASH, WILLIAM, BARBARA W. FASH, and KARLA L. DAVIS-SALAZAR
2004  Setting the Stage: Origins of the Hieroglyphic Stairway Plaza on the Great Period Ending. In Understanding Early Classic Copan, edited by Ellen E. Bell, Marcello A. Canuto and Robert J. Sharer, pp. 65-83. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. (.)


2007  The Last Quarter Century of Archaeological Research in the Central Valley of Oaxaca. Mexicon 29(1):3-15.


FERNANDEZ, M.A., and HEINRICH BERLIN
1954  Drawings of Glyphs of Structure XVIII, Palenque. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Notes on Middle American Archaeology and Ethnology 5(119):39-44. Cambridge, MA: Carnegie Institution of Washington.


1991  The Iconographic Heritage of the Jester God. In Sixth Palenque Round Table, 1986, edited by Virginia M. Fields. Norman: University of Oklahoma. (.)
1994  Catalogue of the exhibition. In Painting the Maya Universe, by Dorie Reents-Budet. Durham: Duke University Press. (.)
2004  The Royal Charter at Xunantunich. In The Ancient Maya of the Belize Valley: Half a Century of Archaeological Research, edited by James F. Garber, pp. 180-190. Gainesville: University Press of Florida. (.)


FIELDS, VIRGINIA M., and DORIE REENTS-BUDET
2005  Lords of Creation: The Origins of Sacred Maya Kingship. London: Scala. (.)


1998  Classic Maya Mortuary Anniversaries at Piedras Negras, Guatemala. Ancient Mesoamerica 9:271-278.
2006  Kings of Jaguar Hill: Monuments and Caches in Zapote Bobal. FAMSI: www.famsi.org/reports/02020/index.html. (.)


FITZSIMMONS, JAMES L., ANDREW SCHERER, STEPHEN D. HOUSTON, and HÉCTOR L. ESCOBEDO
2003  Guardian of the Acropolis: The Sacred Space of a Royal Burial at Piedras Negras, Guatemala. Latin American Antiquity 14(4):449-468.


1968  The Olmec and the Valley of Oaxaca: A Model for Interregional Interaction in Formative Times. In Dumbarton Oaks Conference on the Olmec, edited by Elizabeth P. Benson: 79-117. Washington D.C.: Dumbarton Oaks.


FLANNERY, KENT V., ANDREW K. BALKANSKY, GARY M. FEINMAN, DAVID C. GROVE, JOYCE MARCUS, and ELSA M. REDMOND
2005  Implications of new petrographic analysis for the Olmec "mother culture" model. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102(32)11219-11223. www.pnas.org/cgi/doi/10.1073/pnas.0505116102


2001  Utatlán. Entry in The Oxford Encyclopedia of Mesoamerican Cultures, Vol. 3, pp. 295-6. New York: Oxford University Press. (.)


FREIDEL, DAVID, LINDA SCHELE, and JOY PARKER
1993  Maya Cosmos: Three Thousand Years on the Shaman's Path. New York: William Morrow. (.)


2004  The Ancient Maya of the Belize Valley: Half a Century of Archaeological Research. Gainesville: University Press of Florida. (.)


2004  Shield Jaguar and Structure 23 at Yaxchilan. In Courtly Art of the Ancient Maya, by Mary Miller and Simon Martin, pp. 268-270. New York: Thames and Hudson. (.)


GARCÍA MORENO, RENATA, and JOSEFINA GRANADOS G.
2000  Tumbas reales de Calakmul. Arqueología Mexicana 7(42):28-33.


2002  Pioneers of the Bajo. Archaeology 55(1) (Jan/Feb).


2000  The Great Maya Droughts. Albuquerque: The University of New Mexico Press. (.)


2003a  The Politics of Warfare in the Usumacinta Basin: La Pasadita and the Realm of Bird Jaguar. In Ancient Mesoamerican Warfare, edited by Travis W. Stanton and M. Kathryn Brown. Walnut Creek, California: Alta Mira Press. (.)
2003b  Sierra del Lacandón Regional Archaeology Project, First Field Season 2003. FAMSI: www.famsi.org/reports/02020/index.html. (.)


GOLDEN, CHARLES, ALEJANDRO GILLOT VASSAUX, and J. JACOB PARNELL
2003  Reconocimiento en Macabilero. In Proyecto Arqueológico Piedras Negras: Informe Preliminar No. 4, Cuarta Temporada 2000, edited by Héctor L. Escobedo and Stephen D. Houston, pp. 513-524. Guatemala City: Proyecto Arqueológico Piedras Negras.


1994  Trabajos recientes en Palenque. Arqueología Mexicana 2(10):39-45.
1998  El templo de la Reina Roja, Palenque, Chiapas. Arqueología Mexicana 5(30).
2000  The Red Queen. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com /palenque / features / red_queen/01.html. (.)


GONZALEZ CRUZ, ARNOLDO, GUILLERMO BERNAL ROMERO, MIGUEL ANGEL VASQUEZ DEL MERCADO RODRIGUEZ, and YALO MADRIGAL COSSIO
2002  Hallazgos en el Templo XXI de Palenque, temporada 2002. Lakamha'  Special No. 1.


1975  Corpus of Maya Hieroglyphic Inscriptions, Volume 2, Part 1: Naranjo. Peabody Museum, Harvard University.
1978  Corpus of Maya Hieroglyphic Inscriptions, Volume 2, Part 2: Naranjo, Chunhuitz and Xunantunich. Peabody Museum, Harvard University.
1982  Corpus of Maya Hieroglyphic Inscriptions, Volume 3, Part 3: Yaxchilan. Peabody Museum, Harvard University.
1997  Mission to La Corona. Archaeology 50(5):46.
2002  Alfred Maudslay and the Maya. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press. (.)


GRAHAM, IAN, and PETER MATHEWS
1999  Corpus of Maya Hieroglyphic Inscriptions, Volume 6, Part 3: Tonina. Peabody Museum, Harvard University.


GRAHAM, IAN, LUCIA R. HENDERSON, PETER MATHEWS, and DAVID STUART
2006  Corpus of Maya Hieroglyphic Inscriptions, Volume 9, Part 2: Tonina. Cambridge: Peabody Museum, Harvard University.


GRAÑA-BEHRENS, CHRISTIAN PRAGER, and ELIZABETH WAGNER
1999  The Hieroglyphic Inscription of the "High Priest's Grave" at Chichén Itzá, Yucatán, Mexico. Mexicon 21(3):61-66.


GREENE, MERLE, ROBERT L. RANDS, and JOHN A. GRAHAM
1972  Maya Sculpture from the Southern Lowlands, the Highlands and Pacific Piedmont, Guatemala, Mexico, Honduras. Berkeley, Calfornia: Lederer, Street & Zeus. (.)


1974  Early Travelers to Palenque. In Primera Mesa Redonda de Palenque, Part 1, edited by Merle Greene Robertson, pp. 9-34. Pebble Beach, California: Robert Louis Stephenson School.


1989a  Olmec, What's in a Name? In Regional Perspectives on the Olmec, edited by Robert J. Sharer and David C. Grove, pp. 8-14. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
1989b  Chalcatzingo and its Olmec Connection. In Regional Perspectives on the Olmec, edited by Robert J. Sharer and David C. Grove, pp. 122-147. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.


1986  Untersuchungen zur Dynastischen Geschichte von Naranjo, El Peten, Guatemala. Zeitschrift für Ethnologie 111: 47-118.
1988  Städtegründer und "Erste Herrscher" in Hieroglyphentexten der Klassischen Mayakultur. Archiv für Völkerkunde 42: 69-90.
1990a  Caracol's Impact on the Tikal Hiatus. Paper presented at the Sixth Texas Symposium, University of Texas, Austin.
1990b  A Reference to Water-Lily Jaguar on Caracol Stela 16. Copan Notes 68.
1990c  Die Errichtung von Stelen: Entzifferung einer Verbhieroglyphe auf Monumenten der Klassischen Mayakultur, in Circumpacifica, edited by B. Illius and M. Laubscher: 189-215. Frankfurt.
1992  Classic Maya Dance. Ancient Mesoamerica 3(2):201-218.
1994  Epigraphic Research at Caracol, Belize. In Studies in the Archaeology of Caracol, Belize, edited by Arlen F. Chase and Diane Z. Chase: 83-122. San Francisco: Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute.
1995  Epigraphic Research at Caracol, Belize: An Update. Manuscript.
1996  Palenque in the Maya World. In Eighth Palenque Round Table, 1993, edited by Merle Greene Robertson, Martha J. Macri and Jan McHargue. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, San Francisco. (; .)
1998a  Una revisión de la sequencia dinástica de Tikal para el Clasico Temprano. Paper presented at the Fourth International Congress of Mayanists, Antigua, Guatemala.
1998b  Observations on the Late Classic Interregnum at Yaxchilán. In The Archaeology of Mesoamerica, edited by Warwick Bray and Linda Manzanilla: 116-127. London.
1998c  Speaking Through Stones: A Quotative Particle in Maya Hieroglyphic Writing. In 50 Años de Estudios Americanistas en la Universidad de Bonn, edited by S. Dedeback-Salazar et al.: 543-558. Möckmühl.
1999  Monumentos esculpidos e inscripciones jeroglyphicas en el Triángulo Yaxhá-Nakum-Naranjo, Región Noreste del Peten, Guatemala. Manuscript.
2000  Intoxication and Ecstasy. In Maya: Divine Kings of the Rain Forest, edited by Nikolai Grube, Eva Eggebrecht and Matthias Seidel, pp. 294-295. Cologne: Könemann. (.)
2002  Stela Fragment from Chinkultic, Chiapas. Mexicon 24(4):66.
2004a  La Historia Dinástica de Naranjo. Beiträge zur Allgemeinen und Vergleichenden Archäologie 24:195-213. Mainz am Rhein: Verlag Phillip von Zabern.
2004b  Ciudades perdidas mayas. Arqueología Mexicana 12(67):32-37.


1995  The Emergence of Lowland Maya Civilization. Möckmühl.
2000  Maya: Divine Kings of the Rain Forest. Cologne: Könemann. (.)


GRUBE, NIKOLAI, ALFONSO LACADENA, and SIMON MARTIN
2003  Notebook for the XXVIIth Maya Hieroglyphic Forum at Texas, March, 2003. Chichen Itza and Ek Balam: Terminal Classic Inscriptions from Yucatan. University of Texas at Austin.


GRUBE, NIKOLAI, and SIMON MARTIN
1998  The Proceedings of the Maya Hierolglyphic Workshop: Deciphering Maya Politics. March 14-15, 1998, University of Texas at Austin, transcribed and edited by Phil Wanyerka.
2000a  Tikal and its Neighbors. In Notebook for the XXIVth Maya Hieroglyphic Forum at Texas, March, 2000. University of Texas at Austin.
2000b  The Proceedings of the Maya Hierolglyphic Workshop: Tikal and its Neighbors. March 11-12, 2000, University of Texas at Austin, transcribed and edited by Phil Wanyerka.
2000c  The Dynastic History of the Maya. In Maya: Divine Kings of the Rain Forest, edited by Nikolai Grube, Eva Eggebrecht and Matthias Seidel, pp. 148-171. Cologne: Könemann. (.)
2001  The Coming of Kings: Writing and Dynastic Kingship in the Maya Area Between the Late Preclassic and the Early Classic. In Notebook for the XXVth Maya Hieroglyphic Forum at Texas, March 2001. University of Texas at Austin.
2004a  Patronage, Betrayal, and Revenge: Diplomacy and Politics in the Eastern Maya Lowlands. In Notebook for the XXVIIIth Maya Hieroglyphic Forum at Texas, March 2004. University of Texas at Austin.
2004b  The Proceedings of the Maya Hierolglyphic Workshop: Patronage, Betrayal, and Revenge: Diplomacy and Politics in the Eastern Maya Lowlands. The Maya Meetings at Texas, March 13-14, 2004, University of Texas at Austin, transcribed and edited by Phil Wanyerka.


GRUBE, NIKOLAI, and LINDA SCHELE
1995  The Last Two Hundred Years of Classic Maya History. In Notebook for the XIXth Maya Hieroglyphic Forum at Texas. University of Texas at Austin.


2005  Lessons Learned from a Volunteer Based Research Project in Central America. SAA Archaeological Record 5(1):33-35.


2002a  Under a Falling Star: The Hiatus at Tikal. Master's thesis, Latrobe University.
2002b  A Reading of the Cancuén Looted Panel. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com / features / cancuen/Panel.pdf. (.)
2003  The Inscriptions of Dos Pilas Associated with B'ajlaj Chan K'awiil. Mesoweb: www.mesoweb.com / features / guenter / DosPilas.pdf. (.)


GUENTER, STANLEY, and MARC ZENDER
1999  Palenque and Yaxchilan's War Against Piedras Negras. Manuscript on file at the University of Calgary.


1995  The Olmec World: Ritual and Rulership. Princeton, New Jersey: The Art Museum, Princeton University. (.)




HAMMOND, NORMAN, and THEYA MOLLESON
1994  Huguenot Weavers and Maya Kings: Anthropological Assessment Versus Documentary Record of Age at Death. Mexicon 16(4):75-77.


1991  An Early Maya Text from El Mirador, Guatemala. Research Reports on Ancient Maya Writing 37. Washington, D.C.: Center for Maya Research. (.)
1992  El proceso cultural de Nakbé de Petén Nor-central: Las epocas tempranas. In V Simposio de Investigaciones Arqueologicas en Guatemala, edited by Juan Pedro Laporte, Sandra Villagrán de Brady, Héctor Escobedo, pp. 81-96. Guatemala: Museo Nacional de Arqueología y Etnología.


2005  A Maya Keystone Vault at La Muñeca. Mexicon 27(4):73-77.


HEALY, PAUL F., BOBBI HOHMANN, and TERRY G. POWIS
2004  The Ancient Maya Center of Pacbitun. In The Ancient Maya of the Belize Valley: Half a Century of Archaeological Research, edited by James F. Garber, pp. 207-227. Gainesville: University Press of Florida. (.)


1970  Preliminary Report on First Season Explorations and Excavations at Yaxha, El Peten, Guatemala. Unpublished manuscript.


HELMKE, CHRISTOPHE G. B., NIKOLAI GRUBE, JAIME J. AWE, and PAUL F. HEALY
2006  A Reinterpretation of Stela 6, Pacbitun, Belize. Mexicon 28(4):70-75.


HELMKE, CHRISTOPHE, HARRI KETTUNEN, and STANLEY GUENTER
2006  Comments on the Hieroglyphic Texts of the B-Group Ballcourt Markers at Caracol, Belize. Wayeb Notes 23: www.wayeb.org/notes/wayeb_notes0023.pdf.


1982  Middle America: A Cultural History of Heartland and Frontiers. Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America. (.)
1998  Access to Origins: Affines, Ancestors, and Aristocrats. Austin: University of Texas Press. (.)


HERMES, BERNARD, WIESLAW KOSZKUL, and ZOILA CALDERÓN
2006  Los mayas y la cultura teotihuacana: Descubrimientos en Nakum, Petén. In XVIII Simposio de Investigaciones Arqueologicas en Guatemala, 2005, edited by Juan Pedro Laporte, Bárbara Arroyo, and Héctor E. Mejía, pp. 711-721. Guatemala: Museo Nacional de Arqueología y Etnología, Ministerio de Cultura y Deportes.


HERRERA, RUDY, and MARIE-CLAIRE PAÍZ
1999  Plan Maestro 1999-2003 Parque Nacional Sierra del Lacandón. Guatemala City: Defensores de la Naturaleza.


2004  Sculptural Representation and Self-Reference in a Carved Maya Panel from the Region of Tabasco, Mexico. RES 33:102-114.


1983  Ceramic Change at Piedras Negras. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale.
1986  The Cermic Sequence at Piedras Negras. Cerámica de Cultura Maya 14:49-72.


1996  Nuevos datos sobre las inscripciones de Comalcalco. In Eighth Palenque Round Table, 1993, edited by Merle Greene Robertson, Martha J. Macri and Jan McHargue. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, San Francisco. (.)


1983a  Warfare Between Naranjo and Ucanal. In Contributions to Maya Hieroglyphic Decipherment 1, edited by Stephen D. Houston, pp. 31-39. New Haven: Human Relations Area Files.
1983b  On Ruler 6 at Piedras Negras, Guatemala. Mexicon 5(5):84-86.
1986  Problematic Emblem Glyphs: Examples from Altar de Sacrificios, El Chorro, Rio Azul, and Xultun. Research Reports on Ancient Maya Writing 3. Washington, D.C.: Center for Maya Research. (.)
1987a  Notes on Caracol Epigraphy and Its Significance. In Investigations at the Classic Maya City of Caracol, Belize 1985-1987, edited by A. & D. Chase. PARI Monograph 3. San Francisco: Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute. (.)
1987b  The Inscriptions and Monumental Art of Dos Pilas, Guatemala: A Study of Classic Maya History and Politics. Ph.D. dissertation, Yale University.
1989  Reading the Past: Maya Glyphs. London: British Museum. (.)
1991  Appendix: Caracol Altar 21. In Sixth Palenque Round Table, 1986, edited by Virginia M. Fields. Norman: University of Oklahoma.
1993  Hieroglyphs and History at Dos Pilas. Austin: University of Texas Press. (.)
1996  Symbolic Sweatbaths of the Maya: Architectural Meaning in the Cross Group at Palenque. Latin American Antiquity 7(2):132-151.
2000  Into the Minds of Ancients: Advances in Maya Glyph Studies. Journal of World Prehistory 14(2):121-201.
2004a  The Acropolis of Piedras Negras: Portrait of a Court System. In Courtly Art of the Ancient Maya, by Mary Miller and Simon Martin, pp. 271-276. New York: Thames and Hudson. (.)
2004b  Writing in Early Mesoamerica. In The First Writing: Script Invention as History and Process, edited by Stephen D. Houston, pp. 274-309. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (.)
2007a  An Early Classic Cave Ritual. Maya Decipherment: decipherment.wordpress.com. ()
2007b  Of Beads and Cylinders. Maya Decipherment: decipherment.wordpress.com. ()


1998  Function and Meaning in Classic Maya Architecture. Washington, D.C.: Dumbarton Oaks. (.)
2004  The First Writing: Script Invention as History and Process. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (.)


HOUSTON, STEPHEN, OSWALDO CHINCHILLA MAZARIEGOS, and DAVID STUART
2001  The Decipherment of Ancient Maya Writing. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press. (.)


HOUSTON, STEPHEN, HÉCTOR ESCOBEDO, MARK CHILD, CHARLES GOLDEN, and RENÉ MUÑOZ
2003  The Moral Community: Maya Settlement Transformation at Piedras Negras, Guatemala. In The Social Construction of Ancient Cities, edited by Monica L. Smith, pp. 212-253. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Books. (.)


HOUSTON, STEPHEN, HÉCTOR ESCOBEDO, MARK CHILD, CHARLES GOLDEN, RICHARD TERRY, and DAVID WEBSTER
2000  In the Land of the Turtle Lords: Archaeological Investigations at Piedras Negras, Guatemala, 2000. Mexicon 22(5):97-110.


HOUSTON, STEPHEN, HÉCTOR ESCOBEDO, DONALD FORSYTH, PERRY HARDIN, DAVID WEBSTER, and LORI WRIGHT
1998  On the River of Ruins: Explorations at Piedras Negras, Guatemala, 1997. Mexicon 20(1):16-22.


HOUSTON, STEPHEN, HÉCTOR ESCOBEDO, PERRY HARDIN, RICHARD TERRY, DAVID WEBSTER, MARK CHILD, CHARLES GOLDEN, KITTY EMERY, and DAVID STUART
1999  Between Mountains and Sea: Investigations at Piedras Negras, Guatemala, 1998. Mexicon 21(1):10-17.


HOUSTON, STEPHEN, HÉCTOR ESCOBEDO, RICHARD TERRY, DAVID WEBSTER, GEORGE VENI, and KITTY F. EMERY
2000  Among the River Kings: Archaeological Research at Piedras Negras, Guatemala, 1999. Mexicon 22(1):8-17


HOUSTON, STEPHEN, and PETER MATHEWS
1985  The Dynastic Sequence of Dos Pilas. PARI Monograph 1. San Francisco: Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute. (.)


HOUSTON, STEPHEN, and DAVID STUART
1989  The Way Glyph: Evidence for Co-essences among the Classic Maya. Research Reports on Ancient Maya Writing 30. Washington, D.C.: Center for Maya Research. (.)
1996  Of Gods, Glyphs and Kings: Divinity and Rulership Among the Classic Maya. Antiquity 70: 289-312.
1997  The Ancient Maya Self: Personhood and Portraiture in the Classic Period. RES 33: 73-102.


HOUSTON, STEPHEN, DAVID STUART, and JOHN ROBERTSON
1998  Disharmony in Maya Hieroglyphic Writing: Linguistic Change and Continuity in Classic Society. In Anatomía de una civilización: Aproximaciones interdisciplinarias a la cultura maya, edited by Andrés Ciudad Ruiz et. al.: 275-296. Publicacón 4. Madrid: Sociedad Española de Estudios Mayas.


HOUSTON, STEPHEN, DAVID STUART, and KARL TAUBE
2006  The Memory of Bones: Body, Being, and Experience among the Classic Maya. Austin: University of Texas Press.


HOUSTON, STEPHEN, STACEY SYMONDS, DAVID STUART, and ARTHUR DEMAREST
1992  A Civil War of the Late Classic Period: Evidence from Hieroglyphic Stairway 4. Unpublished document.


1810  Vues des Cordillières et Monuments des Peuples Indigènes de l'Amerique. 2 vols. Paris: F. Schoell.


2001  The Last Day of a Fortified Classic Maya Center: Archaeological Investigations at Aguateca, Guatemala. Ancient Mesoamerica: 8(2):337-351.


INOMATA, TAKESHI, and STEPHEN HOUSTON, eds.
2001  Royal Courts of the Ancient Maya. Volume I: Theory, Comparison, and Synthesis. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press. (.)


1985  Maya Dynastic Territorial Expansion: Glyphic Evidence for Classic Centers of the Pasion River, Guatemala. In Fifth Palenque Round Table, 1983, edited by Virginia M. Fields. San Francisco: Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute. (.)
1989  A Commentary on the Hieroglyphic Inscriptions of Piedras Negras, Guatemala. Manuscript.


1977  Inauguration Dates of Three Late Classic Rulers of Tikal, Guatemala. American Antiquity 42:28-60.
1991  Cycles of Growth at Tikal. In Classic Maya Political History: Hieroglyphic and Archaeological Evidence, edited by T. Patrick Culbert, pp. 102-127. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.


JONES, CHRISTOPHER, and MIGUEL ORREGO C.
1987  Corozal Stela 1 and Tikal Miscellaneous Stone 167: Two New Monuments from the Tikal Vicinity, Guatemala. Mexicon 9(6):129-133.


JONES, CHRISTOPHER, and LINTON SATTERTHWAITE
1982  Monuments and Inscriptions of Tikal: The Carved Monuments. Tikal Report, 33a. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania, University Museum.


1996  Polyvalency in the 'Xok'-Glyph: Phonetic u and a Morphemic Patronym. In Eighth Palenque Round Table, 1993, edited by Merle Greene Robertson, Martha J. Macri and Jan McHargue. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, San Francisco. (.)


JONES, TOM, CAROLYN JONES, and RANDA MARHENKE
1990  Blood Cousins: The Xok-Balam Connection at Yaxchilan. In U Mut Maya 3, edited by Tom and Carolyn Jones. Arcata, California.


1971  A Study of Olmec Iconography. Studies in Pre-Columbian Art and Archaeology, no. 7. Washington, D.C.: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection.
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