Peabody Museum Memoirs

Below is a list of in-print works in this collection, presented in series order or publication order as applicable.

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10.3.Cover: Artifacts from the Cenote of Sacrifice, Chichen Itza, Yucatan: Textiles, Basketry, Stone, Bone, Shell, Ceramics, Wood, Copal, Rubber, other Organic Materials, and Mammalian Remains

Artifacts from the Cenote of Sacrifice, Chichen Itza, Yucatan: Textiles, Basketry, Stone, Bone, Shell, Ceramics, Wood, Copal, Rubber, other Organic Materials, and Mammalian Remains

Coggins, Clemency Chase

14.Cover: Excavations at Seibal, Department of Peten, Guatemala, II: 1. Artifacts. 2. A Reconnaissance of Cancuen. 3. A Brief Reconnaissance of Itzan

Excavations at Seibal, Department of Peten, Guatemala, II: 1. Artifacts. 2. A Reconnaissance of Cancuen. 3. A Brief Reconnaissance of Itzan

Willey, Gordon R.
Tourtellot, Gair
Sabloff, Jeremy A.
Sharick, Robert
Hammond, Norman
Rose, Richard M.

In five volumes published over a 15-year period, the archaeological team headed by Gordon R. Willey presents a comprehensive review of their fieldwork from 1964 to 1968 and the results of many years of subsequent data analysis.

15.Cover: Excavations at Seibal, Department of Peten, Guatemala, III: 1. Major Architecture and Caches. 2. Analyses of Fine Paste Ceramics

Excavations at Seibal, Department of Peten, Guatemala, III: 1. Major Architecture and Caches. 2. Analyses of Fine Paste Ceramics

Smith, A. Ledyard
Sabloff, Jeremy A.
Bishop, Ronald L.
Harbottle, Garman
Rands, Robert L.
Sayre, Edward V.
Willey, Gordon R.

In five volumes published over a 15-year period, the archaeological team headed by Gordon R. Willey presents a comprehensive review of their fieldwork from 1964 to 1968 and the results of many years of subsequent data analysis.

16.Cover: Excavations at Seibal, Department of Peten, Guatemala, IV: Peripheral Survey and Excavation, Settlement and Community Patterns

Excavations at Seibal, Department of Peten, Guatemala, IV: Peripheral Survey and Excavation, Settlement and Community Patterns

Tourtellot, Gair
Willey, Gordon R.

In five volumes published over a 15-year period, the archaeological team headed by Gordon R. Willey presents a comprehensive review of their fieldwork from 1964 to 1968 and the results of many years of subsequent data analysis.

17.Cover: Excavations at Seibal, Department of Peten, Guatemala, V: 1. Monumental Sculpture and Hieroglyphic Inscriptions. 2. Burials. 3. The Ethnozoology of the Maya. 4. General Summary and Conclusions

Excavations at Seibal, Department of Peten, Guatemala, V: 1. Monumental Sculpture and Hieroglyphic Inscriptions. 2. Burials. 3. The Ethnozoology of the Maya. 4. General Summary and Conclusions

Willey, Gordon R.
Graham, John A.
Tourtellot, Gair
Pohl, Mary

In five volumes published over a 15-year period, the archaeological team headed by Gordon R. Willey presents a comprehensive review of their fieldwork from 1964 to 1968 and the results of many years of subsequent data analysis.

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