References

Benson, E P, 1996. Olmec Art of Ancient Mexico. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art.

Berrin, K and E Pasztory, 1993. Teotihuacan: Art from the City of the Gods. The Fine Art Museum of San Francisco. San Francisco: Thames and Hudson.

Bíró, P, 2011. Wayeb Note 38: On Nup~ ‘to marry’ and the Text of Bonampak Stela 2, at http://www.wayeb.org/notes/wayeb_notes0038. pdf. Accessed December 2017. 

Borges, J L, 1970. A New Refutation of Time. Labyrinths, Penguin Modern Classics. Hammondsworth: Penguin Books.

Boot, E, 2005. A Vessel fit for a Feast: Kerr No. 3091, 1-5, at http://www.mayavase.com/FitforaFeast.pdf. Accessed December 2019.

Calasso, R, 1993. The Marriage of Cadmus and Harmony. New York: Alfred A. Knopf.

Chinchilla Mazariegos, O, 2017. Art and Myth of the Ancient Maya. New Haven and London: Yale University Press.

Christenson, A J, 2001. Art and Society in a Highland Maya Community. Austin: University of Texas Press.

Christenson, A J, 2007. Popol Vuh, The Sacred Book of the Maya: The Great Classic of Central American Spirituality, Translated from the Original Maya Text. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.

Coe, W R, 1965. Tikal: Ten Years of Study of a Maya Ruin in the Lowlands of Guatemala, in Expedition Magazine, 8/1, 4-56. Penn Museum, 1965, at https://www.penn.museum/sites/expedition/tikal-2/. Accessed December 2018.

Coe, M D, 2005. Kakaw: Chocolate in Guatemalan Culture. Museo Popol Vuh, Universidad Francisco Marroquín.

Conde, P R, 2002. English, Maya, Spanish Vocabulary. Merida, Yucatan: Centro de Estudios del Mundo Maya, S.C.P.

Chincilla Mazariegos, O, 2017. Art and Myth of the Ancient Maya. New Haven and London: Yale University Press.

Díaz del Castillo, B, 1963. The Conquest of New Spain. Translated with and Introduction by J M Cohen. London: Penguin.

Dresden Codex, at www.famsi.org/mayawriting/codices/dresden.html. Accessed December 2018.

Earle, D, 2000. The Metaphor of the Day in Quiché, Guatemala: Notes on the Nature of Everyday Life, in V Garrard-Burnett (ed), On Earth as It Is in Heaven: Religion in Modern Latin America, 71-106. Wilmington: Scholarly Resources Inc.

Eberl, M, 2012. Death and Conceptions of the Soul, in N Grube (ed), Maya: Divine Kings of the Rain Forest, 310-318. Potsdam, Germany: H F Ullmann.

Edmonson, M, 1986. Heaven Born Merida and Its Destiny: The Book of Chilam Balam of Chumayel. Austin: University of Texas Press.

Fash, W L, 2001. Scribes, Warriors and Kings: The City of Copan and the Ancient Maya. London: Thames and Hudson.

Fash, W L and D S Stuart, 1991. Dynastic History and Cultural Evolution at Copan. Honduras, in T P Culbert (ed), Classic Maya Political History: Hieroglyphic and Archaeological Evidence, 147-179. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Folan, W J, J Marcus, S Pincemin, M R Carrasco, L Fletcher and A Morales Lopez, 1995. Calakmul: New Data from an Ancient Maya Capital in Campeche, Mexico. Latin American Antiquity, 6/4:310-334. 

Foster, George M, 1945. Sierra Popoluca Folklore and Beliefs. University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology, vol. 42, no. 2, 177-250.

Freidel, D A, 1990. Jester God: The Beginning and the End of a Maya Royal Symbol, in F S Clancy and P D Harrison (eds), Vision and Revision in Maya Studies, 67-78. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press.

Freidel, D A, 2007. War and Statecraft in the Northern Maya Lowlands: Yaxuna and Chichen Itza, in J K Kowalski and C Kristan-Graham (eds), Twin Tollans: Chichen Itza, Tula and the Epiclassic to Early Postclassic Mesoamerican World, 346-375. Washington DC: Dumbarton Oaks. 

Freidel, D A, L Schele and J Parker, 1993. Maya Cosmos: Three Thousand Years on the Shaman’s Path. New York: William Morrow.

Gann, T W F, 1900. Mounds in Northern Honduras, in J W Powell (ed), Nineteenth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1897-1898, Part 2, 655-692. Washington DC: Government Printing Office.

García, E V, 2006. The Maya Flood Myth and the Decapitation of the Cosmic Caiman, The PARI Journal (Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute), 7/1:1-10. Electronic version at http://www.mesoweb.com/pari/publications/journal/701/Flood_e.pdf. Accessed 2017.

González Lauck, R B, 2010. The Architectural Setting of Olmec Sculpture Clusters at la Venta, Tabasco, in J Guernsey, J E Clark and B Arroyo (eds), The Place of Stone Monuments: Context, Use and Meaning in Mesoamerica’s Preclassic Transition, 129-148. Washington, DC: Dumbarton Oaks.

Graham, E, 2004. Lamanai Reloaded: Alive and Well in the Early Postclassic, in J Awe, J Morris and S Jones (eds), Archaeological Investigations in the Eastern Maya Lowlands, 223-241. Research Reports in Belizean Archaeology, Vol. 1. Belmopan: Institute of Archaeology, National Institute of Culture and History.

Graham, I and E von Euw, 1977. Corpus of Maya Hieroglyphic Inscriptions, Volume 3, Part 1, Yaxchilan. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University.

Graham, I, 1979. Corpus of Maya Hieroglyphic Inscriptions, Volume 3, Part 2, Yaxchilan. Cambridge, Massachusetts:Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University.

Harris, J F and S K Stearns, 1997. Understanding Maya Inscriptions: A Hieroglyphic Handbook. Second edition. Philadelphia: The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.

Headrick, A, 2007. The Teotihuacan Trinity: The Sociopolitical Structure of an Ancient Mesoamerican City. Austin: University of Texas Press.

Houston, S D, 2009. A Splendid Predicament: Young Men in Classic Maya Society, in Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 19(2):149-178.

John, J R, 2008. Postclassic Maya Ceramic Iconography at Lamanai, Belize, Central America. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, Department of Archaeology, University College London, London.

John, Jennifer and Alexander, 2018. The Maya Gods of Time. Koyopa Press.

John, Jennifer and Alexander, 2019. www.mayagodsoftime.com.

Joyce J, 1986 [1922]. Ulysses (the corrected text). London: Penguin.

Just, B R, 2012. Dancing into Dreams: Maya Vase Painting of the Ik’ Kingdom. Princeton University Art Museum. New Haven and London: Yale University Press.

Kerr, J, 1989. The Maya Vase Book: A Corpus of Rollout Photographs of Maya Vases, Vol. 1. New York: Kerr Associates.

Kerr, J, 1990. The Maya Vase Book: A Corpus of Rollout Photographs of Maya Vases, Vol. 2. New York: Kerr Associates.

Kerr, J, 1992. The Maya Vase Book: A Corpus of Rollout Photographs of Maya Vases, Vol. 3. New York: Kerr Associates.

Kerr, J, 1994. The Maya Vase Book: A Corpus of Rollout Photographs of Maya Vases, Vol. 4. New York: Kerr Associates.

Kerr, J, 1997. The Maya Vase Book: A Corpus of Rollout Photographs of Maya Vases, Vol. 5. New York: Kerr Associates.

Kerr, J, 2000. The Maya Vase Book: A Corpus of Rollout Photographs of Maya Vases, Vol. 6. New York: Kerr Associates.

Kerr, J, 1993. Where Do You Wear Your Paint Pot? Paper presented at a meeting of the Pre-Columbian Society of Washington, DC, on October 6, 1994, at shttp://www.mayavase.com/sabak/sabak.html. Accessed December 2018.

Looper, M G, 2003. Lightning Warrior: Maya Art and Kingship at Quirigua. Austin: University of Texas Press.

Looper, M G, 2009. To Be Like Gods: Dance in Ancient Maya Civilization. Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press.

Looper, M G, 2019. The Beast Between: Deer Imagery in Ancient Maya Art. Austin: University of Texas Press.

Maler, T, 1901-1903. Researches in the Central Portion of the Usumatsintla Valley: Report of Explorations for the Museum, 1898-1900, Memoirs of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, Vol. II, No. 1. Cambridge: Peabody Museum.

Marcos, S, 2006. Taken from the Lips: Gender and Eros in Mesoamerican Religions. Leiden, Boston: Brill.

Martin, S and N Grube, 2008. Chronicle of the Maya Kings and Queens: Deciphering the Dynasties of the Ancient Maya. London: Thames and Hudson. 

Maudslay, A P, 1889-1902. Biologia Centrali-Americana: Archaeology, Vols. I-VI. London: R H Porter and Dulau and Company.

Milbrath, S, 1999. Star Gods of the Ancient Maya: Astronomy in Art, Folklore, and Calendars. Austin: University of Texas Press.

Miller, A G, 1982. On the Edge of the Sea. Mural Painting at Tancah-Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico. Washington, DC: Dumbarton Oaks.

Miller, M E, 1981. The Murals of Bonampak. PhD dissertation, Yale University.

Miller, M E, 1988. The Boys in the Bonampak Band, in E P Benson and G G Griffin (eds), Maya Iconography, 318-330. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University.

Miller, M E, 1998. Algunas notas de los dibujos arquitectónicos de las Estructura 1, in B de la Fuente and L Staines Cicero (eds), La pintura mural prehispánica en México II: Área maya – Bonampak – Tomo II: Estudios, 241-244. Mexico City: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Instituto de Investigaciones Estéticas.

Miller, M E, 2013. Preface, in M E Miller and C Brittenham (eds), The Spectacle of the Late Maya Court: Reflections on the Murals of Bonampak, xiii-xxii.Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press. 

Miller, M E and C Brittenham, 2013. The Spectacle of the Late Maya Court: Reflections on the Murals of Bonampak. Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press.

Miller, M E and S Martin, 2004. Courtly Art of the Ancient Maya. New York: Thames and Hudson.

Miller, M E and K Taube, 1997. An Illustrated Dictionary of the Gods and Symbols of Ancient Mexico and the Maya. London: Thames and Hudson.

Montgomery, J, 2006. Dictionary of Maya Hieroglyphs. New York: Hippocrene Books.

Nielson, J and S Wichman, 2000. America’s first Comics? Techniques, Contents, and Functions of Sequential Text-Image Pairing in the Classic Maya Period, in A Magnussen and H-C Christiansen (eds), Comics and Culture: Analytical and Theoretical Approaches to Comics, 59-77. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press, University of Copenhagen.

Pendergast, D M, 1982a. The 19th-Century Sugar Mill at Indian Church, Belize, IA (The Journal of the Society for Industrial Archaeology), 8/1:57-66.

Pendergast, D M, 1982b. Excavations at Altun Ha, Belize, 1964-1970. Vol. 2. Toronto: Royal Ontario Museum.

Pendergast, D M, 1985. Belize: An Updated View, in A F Chase and P M Rice (eds), The Lowland Maya Postclassic, 91-103. Austin: University of Texas Press.

Pendergast, D M, 1986. Stability through Change: Lamanai, Belize, from the Ninth to the Seventeenth Century, in J A Sabloff and E W Andrews V (eds), Late Lowland Maya Civilization: Classic to Postclassic, 223-249. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press.

Pharo, L K, 2014. The Ritual Politics of Time: Philosophy and Sociopolitics of Mesoamerican Calendars. Leiden, Netherlands: Brill.

Proskouriakoff, T, 1960. Historical Implications of a Pattern of Dates at Piedras Negras, American Antiquity, 25/454-475.

Quintana, P, V Tiesler, M Conde, R Trejo-tzab, C Bolio, J J Alvarado-gil, D Aguilar, 2014. Spectrochemical Characterization of Red Pigments Used in Classic Period Maya Funerary Practices. Accessed at Wiley Online Library, September 2020, at https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/arcm.12144.

Ravindra, R 2018. The Bhagavad Gita. Shambhala, Boulder.

Reents-Budet, D, 1994. Painting the Maya Universe: Royal Ceramics of the Classic Period. Durham: Duke University Press.

Reents-Budet, D, 1998. Classic Maya Painted Ceramics and the Stories They Tell, in P Schmidt, M de la Garza and E Nalda (eds), Maya, 271-295. Venice: Bompiani.

Rice, P M, 2007. Maya Calendar Origins: Monuments, Mythistory, and the Materialisation of Time. Austin: University of Texas Press.

Robicsek F and D M Hales, 1981. The Maya Book of the Dead: The Ceramic Codex. New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University.

Roys, R L, 2008 [1933]. The Book of Chilam Balam of Chumayel. Washington DC: Carnegie Institution. Forgotten Books.

Schele, L and M E Miller, 1983. The Mirror, the Rabbit and the Bundle: “Accession” Expressions from the Classic Maya Inscriptions. Studies in Pre-Columbian Art and Archaeology 25. Washington DC: Dumbarton Oaks.

Schele, L and M E Miller, 1986. The Blood of Kings: Dynasty and Ritual in Maya Art. New York: G Braziller.

Schmidt, P J, 2007. Birds, Ceramics, and Cacao: New Excavations at Chichen Itza, Yucatan, in J K Kowalski and C Kristan-Graham (eds), Twin Tollans: Chichen Itza, Tula and the Epiclassic to Early Postclassic Mesoamerican World, 151-203. Harvard University Press. Washington DC: Dumbarton Oaks. 

Seler, Eduard 1902-03. Gesammelte Abhandlungen zur Amerikanischen Sprach- und Altertumskunde. 5 vols. Berlin: Asher.

Shakespeare, W, 2011 [1623]. As you Like it. London: Harper Press.

Sharer, R J, 2006. The Ancient Maya. Sixth edition. Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Shinkai, M, Kawaguchi, N and Kawamura G, 2016. Your Name. CoMix Wave Film, Toho.

Stone, A and M Zender, 2011. Reading Maya Art: A Hieroglyphic Guide to Ancient Maya Painting and Sculpture. London: Thames and Hudson.

Stuart, D, 1996. Kings of Stone: A Consideration of Stelae in Ancient Maya Ritual and Representation. RES: Anthropology and Aesthetics, 29/30:148-171.

Stuart, D, 2005. The Inscriptions from Temple XIX at Palenque: A Commentary. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute: San Francisco.

Stuart, D, 2006. The Palenque Mythology, in Sourcebook for the Thirtieth Maya Meetings, March 14-19, 2006, 85-104. Austin, Texas: Mesoamerican Centre, Department of Art and Art History, University of Texas.

Stuart, D, 2010. Shining Stones: Observations on the Ritual Meaning of Early Maya Stelae, in J Guernsey, J E Clark and B Arroyo (eds), The Place of Stone Monuments: Context, Use, and Meaning in Mesoamerica’s Preclassic Transition, 283-298. Washington DC: Dumbarton Oaks.

Stuart, D and G Stuart, 2008. Palenque: Eternal City of the Maya. London: Thames and Hudson.

Taube, K A, 1986. The Teotihuacan Cave of Origin: The Iconography and Architecture of Emergence Mythology in Mesoamerica and the American Southwest, RES: Anthropology and Aesthetics, 12:51-82.

Taube, K A, 1992. The Major Gods of Ancient Yucatan. Washington DC: Dumbarton Oaks.

Taube, K A, 1998. The Jade Hearth: Centrality, Rulership, and the Classic Maya Temple, in S D Houston (ed), Function and Meaning in Classic Maya Architecture: A Symposium at Dumbarton Oaks 7th and 8th October 1994, 427-518. Washington DC: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection.

Taube, K, 2012. The Classic Maya Gods, in N Grube (ed), Maya: Divine Kings of the Rain Forest, 262-277. Potsdam, Germany: H F Ullmann.

Tedlock, D, 1996. Popol Vuh: The Definite Edition of the Mayan Book of the Dawn of Life and the Glories of Gods and Kings. London: Simon and Schuster.

Thompson, J E S, 1939. The Moon Goddess in Middle America with Notes on Related Deities. Washington DC: Carnegie Institute of Washington.

Thompson, J E S, 1990 [1970]. Maya History and Religion. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press. 

Thompson, J E S, 1990 [1950]. Maya Hieroglyphic Writing: An Introduction. Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication No. 589. Washington DC: Carnegie Institution of Washington.

Trompf, G W, 1979. The Idea of Historical Recurrence in Western Thought: From Antiquity to the Reformation. Berkley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.

Voss, A W, 2012. Astronomy and Mathematics, in N Grube (ed), Maya: Divine Kings of the Rain Forest, 130-141. Potsdam, Germany: H F Ullmann.

Wichman, S and J Nielson, 2016. Sequential Text-Image Pairing among the Classic Maya, in N Cohn (ed), The Visual Narrative Reader, 283-313. London: Bloomsbury Academic.

Wilhelm, R and C F Baynes, 1950. The I Ching; or, Book of Changes. New York: Routledge.