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Extensive documentation of ancient Maya sites at Uxmal, Kabah, Sayil, and Labna. Includes 19th and early 20th century drawings, prints, and photographs, as well as more than 1,000 recent photographs. An extensive annotated bibliography is also included.
Provide the highest level research and information on the Ancient Americas. Contains maps, 3-D models and image databases such as the Linda Schele drawings archive and the Mexican codices which are searchable. Zapoteca Effigy Vessel database of line drawings is also available. Access to field-based forums. From the LA County Museum of Art.
Dozens of digitized pieces of ephemera in indigenous languages (or with some of the text in an indigenous language) . To find them, just click on the Language filter and select the languages of interest.
The digital collection, Mesoamerican Painted Manuscripts at the Latin American Library, presents images of the Library’s holdings of original and rare copies of Mexican manuscripts painted in the native pictorial tradition. They are painted on a variety of materials such as animal hide, maguey, amate or fig bark paper, linen, and European paper; their content dates to the early contact period (A.D. 1500 to 1700). The texts collected here represent a variety of themes: Aztec history and migrations, land claims and grants, property holdings, census data, fiscal and tribute accounts, and royal Mixtec genealogies.