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Color Plate 34

Year: 2008

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Summary

A display of jade ornaments and Spondylus shells found with Burial 116, Tikal Museum, 1964. Note the large shell set over the top of the skull, the worked valves arranged over and along the body, and the unworked shell near the right ankle. Jade ornaments shown are a diadem, composite ear ornaments, a necklace of long beads with square sections, a necklace of graduated large pebble beads, bracelets and anklets of long cylinder beads, and scattered pebble beads.


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Color Plate 34. 2008 ( tDAR id: 377578) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8MC8ZN5





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Temporal Coverage

Calendar Date: -2000 to 900


Spatial Coverage

min long: -89.779; min lat: 17.05 ; max long: -89.375; max lat: 17.385 ;

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