Sources for the study of mesoamerican ritual cave use



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STUDIES IN

MESOAMERICAN

CAVE USE

Publication 1


SOURCES FOR THE STUDY OF

MESOAMERICAN

RITUAL CAVE USE
James E. Brady


Department of Anthropology

California State University, Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA 90032

Revised 2012



(1)Acuña, René

1968 Titulo de los señores de Sacapulas. Folklore Americas 28(1).

see p. 18
(2)Adams, Abigail and James E. Brady

1994 Etnografía Q'eqchi' de los ritos en cuevas: Implicaciones para la interpretación arqueológica. VII Simposio de Arqueología Guatemal-teca, edited by Juan Pedro Laporte and Héctor L. Escobedo A., pp. 205-211. Ministero de Cultura y Deportes, Instituto de Antropología e Historia y Asociación Tikal, Guatemala.


(3)Adams, Abigail E. and James E. Brady

2005 Ethnographic Notes on Maya Q’eqchi’ Cave Rituals: Implications for Archaeological Interpretation. In In the Maw of the Earth Monster: Mesoamerican Ritual Cave Use, edited by James E. Brady and Keith M. Prufer, pp. 301-327. University of Texas Press, Austin.


(4)Adams, Richard E. W. and Hubert Robichaux

1992 Tombs of Rio Azul, Guatemala. National Geographic Research and Exploration 8(4):412-427.

see p. 416
(5)Adams, Richard N. and Arthur J. Rubel

1967 Sickness and Social Relations. Handbook of Middle American Indians, Vol. 6: Social Anthropology, edited by Manning Nash, pp. 333-356. University of Texas Press, Austin.

see pp. 337-338
(6)Adams, Walter Randolph

1991 Social Structure in Pilgrimage and Prayer: Tzeltales as Lords and Servants. In Pilgrimage in Latin America, edited by N. Ross Crumrine and Alan Morinis, pp. 109-121. Greenwood Press, New York.

see pp. 112-113



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