Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Eduard Seler ; translated by Gisela Morgner ; edited by Thomas Bartman and George Kubler.|
|LC Classifications||F1435.1.P2 S4413|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||92 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||92|
|LC Control Number||77074823|
Observations and Studies in the Ruins of Palenque. Pebble Beach, California: Robert Louis Stevenson School. [Translation by Gisela Morgner of Beobachtungen und Studien in den Ruinen von Palenque. ]. Day 6 – Down El Camino Verde to the ruins of Bonampak. Gallery of Bonampak. Two days of exploring the ruins of Palenque have pretty well filled my coffers with photos. An option we have discovered during our stay is a long trip south down Hwy , into the tropical preserve of Selva Lacandona and to the ruins of Bonampak. Description of the Ruins of an Ancient City discovered near Palenque, in the Kingdom of Guatemala, in Spanish America. Translated from the original manuscript report of Captain Antonio del Río: followed by Teatro Crítico Americano; or a critical investigation and research into The History of the Americans, by Doctor Paul Felix Cabrera of the Author: Irina Podgorny. Observations and Studies in the Ruins of Palenque Pebble Beach, California, Pre-Columbian Art Research Center, Robert Louis Stevenson School. Pebble Beach, California, Pre-Columbian Art Research Center, Robert Louis Stevenson : Alexander Parmington.
Palenque is in Chiapas, Mexico famous for the ruins of a Mayan city dating from about AD to AD. Set amidst thick trees, Palenque still evokes some of the wonder that the early Spanish visitors must have felt when they first came across the ruins. On the morning of Feb. 10th, I got up and after breakfast at Don Mucho’s I left on foot for the ruins. Right outside El Panchan, a turn to the left takes me to a gate with a guy standing around with a machine gun and a guy charging 27 pesos to get a wristband that is good for entering the : Gar Williams. coveries and observations at Palenque of such as Dupaix, Waldeck, Charney and, of course, the invaluable works of Stephens and Catherwood. The scientific investigations of Maudslay, Holmes, Seville and Seler at Palenque are highlights in early Mesoamerican archaeology. Palenque, ruined ancient Mayan city of the Late Classic Period (c. – ce) in what is now Chiapas state, Mexico, about 80 miles ( km) south of Ciudad del Carmen. Its original name is speculative; the site now shares the name the Spanish gave to a neighbouring village. The city’s ruins were designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in
Description Antonio del Rio's Description of the Ruins of an Ancient city Discovered near Palenque (London, Henry Berthoud, ) is a very early work on the famous Mayan complex of Palenque in the modern Mexican state of Chiapas. It’s also really well located if your main interest is to see the ruins. The road to the hotel is right outside the entrance to the Palenque ruins. Your stay also includes a big breakfast, which will set you up perfectly for a day of exploring the ruins. Book a stay at Hotel Paraiso Inn here. Your introduction to Palenque’s mountainside ruins begins with a taxi ride up a narrow, zigzag road that ends in a small parking area clogged with trinket vendors and tour touts. But once through the gate all the hubbub ends, and a well-groomed, jungle path leads up to a mesmerizing view through the trees to the main plaza. The Stuarts have brought a thorough knowledge of the ancient Mayan city of Palenque in a manner that is informative yet enjoyable to read. The special treatment of Palenque's most celebrated king, K'inich Janab Pakal,and his ambitious building projects are worth the purchase of the book by: