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Yucatan: New Empire Tribes and Culture Waves

  • J. Leslie Mitchell
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In the first of these papersX dealing with certain problems in the history and archaeology of Ancient America an account was given of the Maya Old Empire and the possible causes which lead to its collapse in the fourth or sixth centuries A.D. The whole tract of Xibalba was probably deserted, its inhabitants scattered, and the alien theocracy which had inspired a great semi-civilization destroyed.

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* ANTIQUITY, September 1930.

1 Joyce, T.A.,British Museum Guide to the Maudslay Collections of Maya Sculptures.

2 Notes to Relation des ckoses de Yucatan, 1861. (A translation of Landa’s MS.)

3 Histoire des peuples mayas–quiches, 1927.

4 de Lizana, B.,Historia de Yucatan,1633.

5 Maya Art, 1913.

6 In an Unkown Land, 1924.

7 The Civilization of the Mayas, 1927.

8 The Maya Chronicles, 1886.

9 Elliot Smith, G.,Human History,1930.

10 ANTIQUITY, 1928, II, 161–7.

11 Historia general de los hechos de los Castellanos en las Islas i tierra firme del mar oceano. 8 decads. 1601, 1615.

12 History of the New World called America, 1899.

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Antiquity
  • ISSN: 0003-598X
  • EISSN: 1745-1744
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