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Engraved by F. A. Ringler & Co., of New York, from photographs and drawings by the author.
I. Fossil Shells
II. Map of Maya Empire, from Troano MS.
III. Modern Map of Central America, with Maya symbols
V. Map of West Indies, from Troano MS.
VI. Banana Leaf, a token of hospitality among the South Sea
VII. Serpent Heads found in Cay's Mausoleum, Chichen
IX. Ruins of Prince Coh's Memorial Hall at Chicħen
X. Columns of the Portico of Prince Coh's Memorial Hall,
XI. Altar at the Entrance of Funeral Chamber in Prince Coh's
XII. One of the Atlantes supporting the Table of the Altar in
XIII. Officials at Burmese Embassy at Paris
XIV. Sculptured Wall in the Chamber at the Foot of Prince
XVI. Part of the East Façade of West Wing of King Canchi's
XVIII. Sri-Santara, Hindoo Cosmic Diagram
XX. Head with Phoenician Features, discovered by the author
XXII. Caribs of the Island of St. Vincent.
From Edwards's "History of the British Colonies in the West Indies" XXIII. Portal of Eastern Façade of the Palace at Chichen. Tableau showing the Creator in the Cosmic Egg. XXIV. Kneeling Cynocephalus. From the Temple of Death at Uxmal
XXV. Portico, with inscription resembling those of Palenque
XXVII. Portrait of a Maya Nobleman called Chiich. A bas-
XXVIII. Portrait of a Maya Chieftain called Cul. Bas-relief on one of the jambs of the entrance to the funeral chamber in Prince Coh's Memorial Hall
XXIX. Priest and Devotee. Sculptured slab from Manché, now in the British Museum
XXX. Obelisk, from Copan. Photographed by Mr. Marshall H.
Sculptured Zapote Beam, forming the lintel of the entrance to funeral chamber in Prince Coh's Memorial Hall. Casts from moulds made by the author XXXIX. Fresco Painting in Funeral Chamber in Prince Coh's Memorial Hall. Queen Móo when yet a young girl consulting Fate by the ceremony which the Chinese call Pou XL. Fresco painting. Queen Móo asked in Marriage XLI. Attitude of Respect among the Egyptians
XXXII. A Maya Matron. One of the atlantes supporting the
XXXVI. Fish. Bas-relief from Pontiff Cay's Mausoleum at Chi-
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XLII. Attitude of Respect among the Mayas. Statue of Prince
XLIV. Fresco Painting in Funeral Chamber in Prince Coh's Me-
XLVI. Fresco Painting in Funeral Chamber in Prince Coh's Memorial Hall. Prince Aac in Presence in the H-men XLVII. Fresco Painting in Funeral Chamber in Prince Coh's Memorial Hall. Highpriest Cay consulting Fate XLVIII. Fresco Painting in Funeral Chamber in Prince Coh's Memorial Hall. Prince Coh in Battle
LIX. Leopard eating a Human Heart: Totem of Prince Coh.
LX. Macaw eating a Human Heart: Totem of Queen Móo.
XLIX. Fresco Painting in Funeral Chamber in Prince Coh's Memorial Hall. A Village, assaulted by Prince Coh's Warriors, abandoned by its Inhabitants.
L. Fresco Painting in Funeral Chamber in Prince Coh's Memorial Hall. Prince Coh's Body prepared for Cremation 138 LI. Fresco painting in Prince Coh's Memorial Hall. Prince
Aac proffering his Love to Queen Móo
LII. Queen Móo a Prisoner of War. Plate xvii., part ii., of
LIII. Account of the Destruction of the Land of Mu. Slab in
LIV. Account of the Destruction of the Land of Mu. Plate v., part ii., of Troano MS.
LV.Calendar and an Account of the Destruction of the Land LVI. of Mu. From the Codex Cortesianus . LVII. Mausoleum of Prince Coh. Restoration and drawing by the author LVIII. A Dying Warrior. Bas-relief from Prince Coh's MausoCoh's leum
LXII. A Dying Sphinx (a leopard with a human head) that was
LXV. Portrait of Queen Móo. From a demi-relief adorning
LXVI. Portrait of Bishop Landa, second Bishop of Yucatan.
LXVII. Autograph of the Historian, Father Lopez de Cogolludo.
LXVIII, Mezzo-relievo in Stucco on the Frieze of the Temple of
LXIX. Fresco Painting in the Funeral Chamber of Prince Coh's
LXX. Fresco Painting in the Funeral Chamber of Prince Coh's
LXXI. Part of Façade of the Sanctuary at Uxmal. Image of
LXXII. The Lord of the Yucatan Forests. From life