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
(7)Agar, Michael

1998 The Yucatán's Flooded Basement. Smithsonian 29 (1):94-106.


(8)Aguilar, Manuel, Miguel Medina Jaen, Tim M. Tucker, and James E. Brady

2005 The Significance of a Chicomoztoc Complex at Acatzingo Viejo. In In the Maw of the Earth Monster: Mesoamerican Ritual Cave Use, edited by James E. Brady and Keith M. Prufer, pp. 69-87. University of Texas Press, Austin.


(9)Aguilar Cachón, Roger

2001 Antropología en cavernas: Trabajo de campo de antropólogos en cuevas y cenotes de Yucatán. Por Esto! Cultura, December 7, pp. 1-2. Merida.


(10)Aguilar Zinser, Carmen

1974 Enseñanza objetiva teológica del inframundo, en la cueva de Joloniel, en Chiapas. Excelsior, August 4, Sec. B, pp. 1-2.


(11)Albert, David P. and Barbara MacLeod

1971 Caving in British Honduras. National Speleological Society News 29(1):6-9.


(12)Alcorn, Janis B.

1984 Huastec Mayan Ethnobotony. University of Texas Press, Austin.

see pp. 27, 60, 72, 76, 77, 79, 80, 82-86, 131, 137, 138, 139, 149, 154, 169, 171, 198, 200, 201, 202, 230, 235, 237-238, 240, 662, 393, 915
(13)Alejos García, José

1994 Mosojäntel: Etnografía del discurso agrarista entre los Ch’oles de Chiapas. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico.

see pp. 35, 67-68, 69, 73, 91-96, 147, 197, 198, 235
(14)Allorge, M. M.

1910 The Newly Discovered Cave of Atoyac, Veracruz: A Contribution to the Study of Cave-Development. Sociedad Científica "Antonio Alzate" 29(7/8):43-45.


(15)Alonso, Marco Aurelio

1970 Etnológo y folklorista Altaverapacense. Guatemala Indígena 5(2):92-113.

see p. 107
(16)Altamirano, Ignacio Manuel

1995 Paisajes y Leyendas: Tradiciones y Costumbres de México. 5th ed. Editorial Porrúa, S.A., Mexico.

see p. 3
(17)Alvarado, José Luis, Jorge Luis Jiménez-Meza, Luis Morett-Alatorre, Ana María Pelz Marín, and Fernando Sánchez-Martínez

1994 Proyecto Arqueobotánico Ticumán 94. Memoria del III Congreso Interno del Centro INAH Morelos pp. 131-148. Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Acapantzingo, Morelos, Mexico.

see Cruz and Noval (352); Morett et al. (977)
(18)Alvarez, Cristina

1980 Diccionario etnolinguistico del idioma Maya Yucateco colonial. Tomo I: Mundo fisico. Universidad Autónoma de México, Mexico.

see pp. 136-137
(19)Alvarez, Ticul

1963 Restos de mamíferos encontrados en una cueva de Valle Nacional, Oaxaca, México. Revista de Biología Tropical 11 (1): 57-61.


(20)Alvarez S., Ticul

1975 Restos oseos animales de las cuevas del Texal y Tepeyolo, Puebla, México. Departamento de Prehistoria, Cuaderno de Trabajo 12. Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico.


(21)Alvarez, Ticul and Oscar J. Polaco

1982 Restos de moluscos y mamíferos cuaternarios procedentes de Loltún, Yucatán. Departamento de Prehistoria, Cuaderno de Trabajo 26. Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico.


(22)Alvarez Barret, Luis

1970 El Campeche Desconocido. Pub-licaciones del Gobierno del Estado de Campeche No. 13. Campeche.

see pp. 37-53
(23)Alvarez del Castillo G. and Joel Briffard

1978 Estudio Morfológico de los Tipos de Maíz Encontrados en la Cueva el Riego, Tehuacan, Puebla. In Arqueobotánica (Métodos y Aplicaciones), coordinated by Fernando Sánchez-Martínez, pp. 18-24. Departamento de Prehistoria, Collección Científica 63. Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico.


(24)Alzate y Ramírez, José Antonio

1791 Descripción de las antiguedades de Xochicalco, dedicada a los señores de la actual expedición maratima al rededor del orbe. Suplemento a la Gazeta de Literatura, Mexico.

see p. 15
(25)Amram, David W., Jr.

1937 Eastern Chiapas. Geographical Review 27: 19-36.

see p. 36
(26)Amrhein, Laura Marie

2001 An Iconographic and Historic Analyss of Terminal Classic Maya Phyllic Imagery. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Art History, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond.

pp. 4, 40, 47, 48, 49, 50-51, 117-124, 171
(27)Anderson, A. H.

1952 Archaeology in British Honduras. Proceedings of the XXX International Congress of Americanists, pp. 32-35. London.

see p. 33
(28)Anderson, A. H.

1962 Cave Sites in British Honduras. Akten des XXXIV Internationale Amerikanisten-Kongresses, pp. 326-331. Verlag Ernest Berger, Horn, Vienna.


(29)Anderson, Arthur J. O.

1982 The Institution of Slave-Bathing. Indiana 7:81-92. Berlin.

see p. 82
Anderson, Elyse M.

2009 Exploring Maya Ritual Fauna: Caves and the Proposed Link with Contemporary Hunting Ceremonialism. M.A. thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of Florida, Gainsville.


(30)Andrews, Antonio P.

1981 El "Guerrero" de Loltún: Comentario Analítico. Boletín de la Escuela de Ciencias Antropológicas de la Univer-sidad de Yucatán Nos. 48/49:36-50.


(31)Andrews, Anthony P. and Robert Corletta

1995 A Brief History of Underwater Archaeology in the Maya Area. Ancient Mesoamerica 6(2):101-117.


(32)Andrews, E. Wyllys IV

1943 The Archaeology of Southwestern Campeche. Contributions to American Anthropology and History, No. 40. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C.

see pp. 48-49
(33)Andrews, E. Wyllys IV

1961 Excavations at the Gruta de Balankanche, 1959. Appendix to: Preliminary Report to the 1959-60 Field Season, National Geographic Society-Tulane University Dzibilchultun Program. Tulane University Middle American Research Institute, Miscellaneous Series, No. 11: 28-40. New Orleans.

see Lathrap (763)
(34)Andrews, E. Wyllys IV

1962 Excavaciones en Dzibilchultún, Yucatán, 1956-62. Estudios de Cultura Maya 2:149-183.

see p. 157
(35)Andrews, E. Wyllys IV

1965 Explorations in the Gruta de Chac. Middle American Research Institute Publication 31:1-21. New Orleans.


(36)Andrews, E. Wyllys IV

1970 Balankanche, Throne of the Tiger Priest. Middle American Research Institute Publication 32. New Orleans.


(37)Andrews, E. Wyllys IV

1971 Balankanche - Throne of the Tiger Priest. Explorers Journal 49 (4):254-262.


(38)Andrews, E. Wyllys IV, and Anthony P. Andrews

1975 A Preliminary Study of the Ruins of Xcaret, Quintana Roo, Mexico: With Notes on Other Archaeological Remains on the Central East Coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. Middle American Research Institute Publication 40. New Orleans.

see pp. 13, 16, 44-45, 45-46, 49-50, 57 Figs. 64-67, 58 Figs. 68-69, 65, 70, 72-73, 93
(39)Andrews, E. Wyllys IV and E. Wyllys Andrews V

1980 Excavations at Dzibilchultun, Yucatan, Mexico. Middle American Research Institute Publication, New Orleans.

see pp. 242-245
(40)Andrews, E. Wyllys V

1990 The Early Ceramic History of the Lowland Maya. In Vision and Revision in Maya Studies, edited by Flora S. Clancy and Peter D. Harrison, pp. 1-19. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.

see p. 17
Anonymous

1896 Review of: The Hill-Caves of Yucatan by Henry C. Mercer. Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott Company. Journal of the American Geographical Society of New York 28:76-77.

see Dillon (385); Hammond (601), Mason (882), Mercer (921) 9922), Thomas 1896
(41)Anonymous

1936 Cave Discovered in Honduras. Maya Research 3 (2):208. New Orleans.


(42)Anonymous

1981 Maya Cave Art and Modern Art Thievery. Science News 120 (3):37.


(43)Anonymous

1989 Guatemala: Nah Tunich Caves Closed. Mexicon 11(2):24.


(44)Anonymous

1989 Maya Cave Paintings at Naj Tunich Destroyed. Mexicon 11(5):83.


(45)Antochiw, Michel

1999 Cenotes y Grutas de Yucatán/ Cenotes and Caves in Yucatán. In Cenotes y Grutas de Yucatán, edited by Luis Armando Ruíz Sosa, pp. 11-60. Secretaría de Ecología del Gobierno del Estado de Yucatán, Merida.

see Ruíz Sosa (1236)
(46)Aoyama, Kazou

2001 Ritos de Plebeyos Mayas en la Cueva Gordon N.o 3 de Copán (Honduras) Durante el Periodo Clásico: Análisis de los Microhuellas de Uso Sobre la Lítica Menor de Obsidiana. Mayab 14:5-16.

see Ballinger (80), Brady (176), (178), (180), Gatschet (506), Gordon (540), Rue (1226), Rue et al. (1227), Thomas (1469)
Aramoni Calderón Dolores,

1992 Los refugios de lo sagrado: Religiosidad, conflicto y resistencia entre los zoques de Chiapas, Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes, México D.F.

see pp. 175-217
(47)Arellano, A. R. V. and Florencia Müller

1948 La Cueva Encantada de Chimalacatlan, Morelos. Sociedad Mexicana de Geografía y Estadistica LXVI:481-491.


(48)Arias Fernández, Ricardo

2001 Sótanos de México: Abismos de Luz y Sombra. Secretaría de Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales, Mexico.


(49)Armillas, Pedro

1950 Teotihuacán, Tula y los Toltecas: Las Culturas Post-Arcaicas y Pre-Aztecas del Centro de Mexico. Excavaciones y Estudios, 1922-1950. Runa III: 37-69.

see p. 59
(50)Armitage, Ruth A., James E. Brady, Allan Cobb, John R. Southon and Marvin W. Rowe

2001 Mass Spectrometric Radiocarbon Dates from Three Rock Paintings of Known Age. American Antiquity 66 (3):471-480.


(51)Arnold, Channing and Frederick J.Tabor Frost

1909 The American Egypt: A Record of Travel in Yucatan. Hutchinson and Co., London.

see pp. 251-252
(52)Arnold, Dean E.

1971 Ethnominerology of Ticul Yucatan Potters: Etics and Emics. American Antiquity 36: 20-40.

see pp. 27-28, 29, 32, 33
(53)Arnold, Dean E. and Bruce F. Bohor

1975 Attapulgite and Maya Blue: An Ancient Mine Comes to Light. Archaeology 28 (1): 23-29.

see Folan (453)
(54)Arnold, Dean E. and Bruce F. Bohor

1977 An Ancient Clay Mine at Yo'K'at, Yucatan. American Antiquity 42:575-582.

see pp. 578-579
(55)Arnold, Jay

1985 International News. National Speleological Society News 43:135.


(56)Arnold, Philip P.

2000 Parallel Consumptive Cosmologies. In Mesoamerica’s Classic Heritage: From Teotihuacan to the Aztecs, edited by Davíd Carrasco, Lindsay Jones, and Scott Sessions, pp. 515-522. University Press of Colorado, Boulder.

see pp. 515, 516
(57)Arrata, Luis

1996 Review of: Images from the Under-world: Naj Tunich and the Tradition of Maya Cave Painting, by Andrea Stone. University of Texas Press, 1995, and At the Edge of the World: Caves and Late Classic Maya World View, by Karen Bassie-Sweet. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, 1996. Latin American Indian Literatures Journal 17: 178-180.

see Bassie-Sweet (99), Stone (1404)
(58)Arroyo-Cabrales, Joaquin y Ticul Alvarez

1990 Restos Oseos de Murciélagos Procedentes de las Excavaciones de las Grutas de Loltún. Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico.


(59)Arzate, J. A., L. Flores, R. E. Chavez, L. Barba and L. Manzanilla

1990 Magnetic Prospecting for Tunnels and Caves in Teotihuacan, México. In Geotechnical and Environmental Geophysics, edited by Stanley H. Ward, pp. 155-162. Society for Exploration Geophysics.


(60)Asher, Alex

1997 The Cenote Tour: The Natural Wells of Quintana Roo. Cancun Tips (Winter) pp. 16-17. Cancun.


(61)Ashmore, Wendy

2004 Classic Maya Landscape and Settlement. In Mesoamerican Archaeology: Theory and Practice, edited by Julia A. Hendon and Rosemary A. Joyce, pp. 169-191. Blackwell Publishers, Malden, MA

see pp. 172, 185
(62)Audet, Carolyn M.

2001 Pottery from the Caves of the Thunb District. In Sacred Landscape and Settlement in the Sibun River Valley: XARP 1999 Archaeological Survey and Excavation, edited by Patricia A. McAnany, pp. 87-112. Department of Archaeology, Boston University, Boston.

see McAnany (898)
(63)Aulie, H. Wilbur and Evelyn W. de Aulie

1978 Diccionario Ch’ol – Español, Español – Ch’ol. Instituto Linguistico de Verano, Mexico.

see p. 53
(64)Austin, Patricia

1996 Cave Modification by the Ancient Maya the View from Belize. Poster presented at the Society for American Archaeology meetings, New Orleans.


(65)Austin, Patricia

1996 Belize Ritual Caves Project. Electronic document, http://www.famsi.org/ reports/95110. Foundation for the Advancement of Mesoamerican Studies, Inc.


(66)Avendaño J., Lucio and Ruth Mary Alexander

1970 Stories of a Mixteco Town. Tlalocan 6(2):169-175.

see pp. 169-170, 172, 173
(67)Aveni, Anthony F.

2000 Out of Teotihuacan: Origins of the Celestial Canon in Mesoamerica. In Mesoamerica’s Classic Heritage: From Teotihuacan to the Aztecs, edited by Davíd Carrasco, Lindsay Jones, and Scott Sessions, pp. 253-268. University Press of Colorado, Boulder.

see pp. 253, 254
(68)Awe, Jaime J.

1994 Las Funciones de las Cuevas en la Antigua Cultura Maya. Los Investigadores de la Cultura Maya 2: 188-204. Universidad Autónoma de Campeche, Campeche.


(69)Awe, Jaime J.

1998 The Western Belize Regional Cave Project: A Report of the 1997 Field Season. Department of Anthropology Occasional Paper No. 1. University of New Hampshire, Durham.

see papers by Awe, Awe & Helmke, Awe et al., Gibbs, Griffith, Helmke & Awe, Helmke et al. Moyes & Awe
(70)Awe, Jaime J.

1998 The Western Belize Regional Cave Project: Objectives, Context, and Problem Orientation. In The Western Belize Regional Cave Project: A Report of the 1997 Field Season, edited by Jaime J. Awe, pp. 1-21. Department of Anthropology Occasional Paper No. 1. University of New Hampshire, Durham.

see Awe (69)
(71)Awe, Jaime J.

1999 The Western Belize Regional Cave Project: A Report of the 1998 Field Season. Department of Anthropology Occasional Paper No. 2. University of New Hampshire, Durham.

see papers by Colas & Helmke, Ferguson & Gibbs, Gibbs, et al., Griffith, Helmke, Helmke et al., Mirro &. Awe, Mirro et al., Owen & Gibbs
(72)Awe, Jaime J., Cameron Griffith and Sherry Gibbs

2005 Cave Stelae and Megalithic Monuments in Western Belize. In In the Maw of the Earth Monster: Mesoamerican Ritual Cave Use, edited by James E. Brady and Keith M. Prufer, pp. 223-248. University of Texas Press, Austin.



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