A Preliminary Inventory of the Karl Herbert Mayer Photographic Collection, Graz

Project Report 1

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.20376/IDIOM-23665556.14.pr001.en

Christian Prager

Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität, Bonn

This is the first in a series of technical reports that will be presented by members of the research project Textdatenbank und Wörterbuch des Klassischen Maya (TWKM), which was recently initiated in the Department of Anthropology of the Americas at the University of Bonn. The goal of this report series is to provide information about recent research activities, to document work‐in‐progress and to provide technical background information concerning the computational infrastructure of the project.

The present report is concerned with the project’s efforts to digitize the photographic archive of Karl Herbert Mayer, Graz (Austria), and to integrate it into the project’s digital archive of Maya inscriptions. For this purpose, the author conducted an initial survey to obtain an overview of the photographic archive of Karl Herbert Mayer in Graz.

The Archive

Over the course of a three‐day visit to Graz (June 26 to June 28, 2014), the author conducted documentary work at the office of Prof. Karl Herbert Mayer. Prof. Mayer is known for the field work that he has conducted in the Maya area over the past forty years and for his numerous publications on provenanced and unprovenanced Maya objects that feature hieroglyphic inscriptions and imagery. Throughout the past several decades, Mayer has compiled a substantial archive comprising thousands of slides and images of Maya art, architecture and writing. While the TWKM project was being prepared in 2011, Mayer and TWKM agreed that his photographic collection of Maya monuments would be partially integrated into the digital text database of the project. In a written statement signed by Prof. Mayer and dated September 15, 2011, Mayer grants the project the right to use and publish his photographs in print and online as a collection in the database whose designation will reflect the name of the rightholder reflected in the pending title “KHM Photos Maya”.
The archive material includes several thousand b/w and color negatives and slides, which are archived in chronological order in file folders and boxes, and prints featuring images of Maya monuments in their respective contexts, which are sorted in alphabetical order according to site names. The material is stored in file folders (b/w negatives, prints) and card boxes (color negatives). In order to facilitate the digitization process, Prof. Mayer has agreed that the material will be dispatched to Bonn and digitized into both high resolution and TIFF format at the TWKM office with the support of student assistants. The digital images, together with their relevant descriptive data (metadata), will be integrated into the TextGrid working environment using a data entry system (front‐end) that is currently being developed and programmed by the project’s metadata specialist, Franziska Diehr, and programmer, Maximilian Brodhun, both of the Niedersächsische Staats‐und Universitätsbibliothek Göttingen (SUB). This semi‐automatic data entry system generates XML documents, providing the necessary image information (so‐called metadata) and linking it to the corresponding digital image in order to integrate the XML documents and image data set into the virtual working environment of TextGrid.

Archival Material

During the three‐day visit, seven sections of the photographic archive were inspected and documented.

  • A set of 15 document file folders entitled “Sculptures with Provenance” that contain color and b/w prints of Maya monuments, sorted in alphabetic order according the name of the archaeological site. On the back side of each print, Mayer gives the name of the site, the designation of the monument, the year of exposure, an archival number that serves to locate the original negative, and in some cases additional information, such as size of the monument. Most photographs were taken by Mayer himself between the mid‐1970s and the present. However, Mayer also includes in this collection of prints a few photographs by other authors, whose names and further information are usually indicated on the back side of the print. Mayer emphasizes that copyright must be respected/taken into consideration and requests to use these materials must be directed to the original copyright holder.
  • Three files folders bearing the title “Ancient Maya Murals,” which feature several hundred of prints of painted imagery and hieroglyphic texts. The prints are ordered alphabetically according to the name of the archaeological site. Most photographs were taken by Mayer, although a few come from other sources, in which cases the rightsholders’ names are usually noted on the back of the photograph.
  • One file folders with the designation “Maya Graffiti,” which contains around 100 printed images, most of which are the work of Mayer. These prints are ordered alphabetically according to the name of the site of discovery/localization. In most cases, Mayer provides the name of the site, the year of the photo shoot, as well as the number of the negative slide as a finding aid. These files will be sent to Bonn in order to be digitized.
  • One file folder entitled “El Chorro,” which consists of some 300 prints and photocopies of images and drawings of monumental sculpture and inscriptions from the Maya site of El Chorro, Peten. It represents the current stage of Mayer’s as yet unfinished project to publish a corpus of inscriptions from that site. Drawings from the Corpus of Maya Hieroglyphic Inscriptions archives are also included in this section of the archive, but they may not be reproduced or published by the TWKM due to copyright restrictions. This file folder will also be sent to Bonn for digitization. Summary: according to our calculations, archive sections 1-4 consist of about 4,820 single‐photo prints, most of which were taken and compiled by Mayer as reference and working material.
  • A large corpus of b/w negatives exhibiting Maya art, architecture and writing. It is held in 9 yellow file folders in the basement of Prof. Mayer’s office. According to the survey, this archival section consists of 597 film rolls, which are cut in strips of 6 comprising of 36 shots each, and thus contains a total of around 21,500 images stored? in chronological order. Each film strip of 36 shots is filed in an archival sheet and numbered systematically by Mayer. The b/w photographs date to between 1975 and 2006. Mayer reports that he preferred to use color films in his later work. The results of our survey in Graz indicate that this portion of the photographic archive is mostly complete; only a few negative slides are missing. Missing files are indicated in the inventory below. For all negative films, Mayer provides a contact print as a finding aid. According to Mayer, most of these b/w negatives were never printed and thus remain unpublished.
  • Roughly 87 unsorted films currently stored in small boxes. They include photographs of Maya objects, touristic and private subjects. Each file contains a contact print, which enables the user to locate specific photographs. The negative strips are numbered and the images from archive sections 1‐3 were printed from the negatives stored in this collection. The color negative images are estimated to number around 3,100 items.
  • Karl Herbert Mayer’s archive of slides was initiated in the late 1960s and consists of 570 doubleboxes that provide space for around 41,000 color slides. According to Mayer, his collection of slides not only includes Maya objects photographed during this field trips, but also touristic and private subjects, such as plants, animals or food. A complete survey was not possible over the course of the short, three‐day stay in Graz.

Summary

The survey indicates that the photographic archive of Karl Herbert Mayer includes nearly 70,000 images, currently stored in the form of b/w and color negatives, slides and prints. However, this figure also includes private or touristic subjects and other images not related to the Maya area. An estimated 40,000 images will be relevant for our project and will therefore be digitized over the next two years.

Working Schedule and Future Plans

Prof. Mayer has agreed that archive sections 1‐5 will be transported to Bonn within the next few weeks in order to facilitate the digitization process at the TWKM office. TWKM will organize and cover the costs of the transport. Karl Herbert Mayer, in turn, has granted permission to use and publish his own photographs in print and online. In exchange, he will receive DVDs with the digital images of the (his?) archive and access to the project database as soon as it is available. Future visits to Graz by members of our research team are anticipated, but have not yet been planned.

Inventory

The following inventory contains detailed descriptions of the above‐mentioned archival collections. In the first column, the name of the collection is given as denoted above. The second column provides the description or classification of the individual items in the collection; the third column contains the designations found on the slides or files as well as, the names of the relevant archaeological sites or museum; and the fourth column provides the approximate number of images contained in that particular collection.

1 – Sculptures with Provenance

File Name Designation Archaeological sites and museums included in the file Approx. # of images
Sculptures with Provenance File 01 Acanceh, Acté, Actuncan, Aguas Calientes, Aguateca, Amelia (La), Anonal, Arroyo de Piedra, Balamtun, Balamku, El Baul, Becanchen, Cotzumalhuapa, Bilimkok, Bonampak, Museo Cancun 280
Sculptures with Provenance File 02 Calakmul, Cancuen, Canicah, Caňadas, Caracol, Caribe (El), Cayo, (El), Chakpichi, Chal (El), Chichen Itza, Chinaja, Chinkultic, Chochkitam, Chuncan 200
Sculptures with Provenance File 03 Coba, Comalcalco, Copan, Corozal, Culucbe, Cumpich, Dos Pilas, Dzehkabtun, Dzibanche, Dzibilchaltun, Dzibilnoca 350
Sculptures with Provenance File 04 Dzibilocac, Ek Balam, El Encanto, Esperanza (Chiapas), Etzna, Flores, Halal bei Chichen Itza, Honradez (La), Hortalita, Hotzuc, Huacutal, Hultun, Huntocchac, Ichmul, Ichpaatun, Ikil, Idtzteil, Itzan, Itzimte, Ixkun, Ixlu 300
Sculptures with Provenance File 05 Itzimte (Sacluk), Ixkun, Ixlu, Ixtonton, Jaina, Jimbal, Jonuta, Joyanca, Kabah, Kabah, Kakab, Kaminaljuyu, Kancabchen, Kayal, Kutza, Kiuic 200
Sculptures with Provenance File 06 Labna, Lacanha, Lagarto Xlapak, Laguna Perdida, Lamanai, Lopes Mateos, Machquila, Manantial, Mani, Mar (La), Mayapan, Metate con glifos, Mirador (El), Miraflores, Montura (la), Morales Balancan, Motul de San Jose, Mountain Cow, Nadzcaan, Nakeb, Nakum, 230
Sculptures with Provenance File 07 Naranjo, Okop, Oxkintok, Pajaral, Palenque, Palmar (El), Panhale, Pasadita (La), Peru (El), Piedras Negras, Pochitoca, Polol, Pomona, Popola, Poxil, Primera Sección, Punta de Chimino, Quirigua 400
Sculptures with Provenance File 08 Nohcacab (Rancho), Reinado (El), Rejoya, Resbalon, Rey (El), Rio Bec, Rio Zarco, San Pedro, Sac Peten, Sacul, Salinas de los nueve cerros, San Diego, S D Becanchen, San Francisco Ticul, San Lorenzo, San Pedro Dzitbalche, San Simon Pueblo, Santa Rosa Xtampak 280
Sculptures with Provenance File 09 Santa Barbara Yucatan (El Paraiso), Santa Elena Balancan, Santa Rosa Xtampak, Sayil, Seibal, Sihunchen 200
Sculptures with Provenance File 10 Sufricaya, Tabasqueno, Tamarindito, Tanholna, Tayasal, Tehuitz, Telchaquillo, Telantunich, Tenam Rosario, Tikal, Tila 100
Sculptures with Provenance File 11 Tonina, Topoxte, Tortuguero, Tziminkax Sombra (mit Kohunlich assoziiert) 280
Sculptures with Provenance File 12 Topoxte, Tres Islas, La Trinidad, Tulum, Tunkuyi, Uaxactun, Uaymil, Ucanal 100
Sculptures with Provenance File 13 Uxmal 140
Sculptures with Provenance File 14 Uxul, Xburrotunich, Xcalumk’in, Xcastillo, Xcocha, Xculoc, Xkombec, Xlabpak, Xunantunich, Xupa, Xutilha 200
Sculptures with Provenance File 15 Yakalxiu, Yaxche Xlabpak, Yaxchilan, Yaxcopoil, Yaxha, Yaxhom, Zapote (El), Zotz (El) 280

2 – Ancient Maya Murals

File Name Designation Archaeological sites and museums included in the file Approx. # of images
Ancient Maya Murals File 01 Acanceh, Almuchil, Balamku, Bonampak, Caracol, Cozumel, Chac, Chacmultun, Chama, Chekemi, Chuncatzim, Coba, Dzibilchaltun, Dzibilnocac, Halal, Haltunch’on, Ichmac, Itzimte Bolonchen, Kabah 280
Ancient Maya Murals File 02 Mulich, Palenque, Chacmultun, Mayapan, Xcakochna, Tzum, Oxkintok, Pasadita, Xpujil, diverse 300
Ancient Maya Murals File 03 Tancah, Sodzil, Tikal, Tohkok, Tulum, Xcakochna, Xelha, Xkipche, Xuelen, Yaxha 300

3 – El Chorro

File Name Designation Archaeological sites and museums included in the file Approx. # of images
El Chorro Container 1 A collection of 300 documents 300

4 – Maya Graffiti

File Name Designation Archaeological sites and museums included in the file Approx. # of images
Maya Graffiti Folder 01 Rio Bec, San Clemente, La Blanca, Hochob, Tikal, Santa Rosa Xtampak, Xpujil 100

5 – B/W negatives

File Name Designation Archaeological sites and museums included in the file Approx. # of images
B/W Negatives Volume 01 (1975-1980) 1. 1975-F01 New York MNH, Barbachano
2. 1975-F02 Barbachano
3. 1975-01 Paris Bucher
4. 1975-01 Zürich Rietberg
5. 1976-01 Guatemala MNAE
6. 1976-02 Guatemala Mushroom
7. 1976-03 Guatemala Mushroom
8. 1976-04 Guatemala Mushroom
9. 1976-05 Guatemala Mushroom
10. 1976-06 Guatemala MNAE
11. 1976-07 Guatemala, Naranjo
12. 1976-08 Guatemala, Tikal
13. 1976-09 Seibal
14. 1976-10 Dos Pilas, Arroyo de Piedra
15. 1976-11 Arroyo de Piedra
16. 1976-12 Quirigua
17. 1976-13 El Baul
18. 1976-14 El Baul
19. 1976-15 El Baul
20. 1976-16 Xunantunich
21. 1976-17 Mexico MNA
22. 1976-18 Mexico MNA
23. 1976-19 Mexico MNA
24. 1976-20 Mexico MNA
25. 1978-01 Kaminaljuyu
26. 1978-02 Kaminaljuyu
27. 1978-03 Guatemala MNAE
28. 1978-04 Guatemala MNAE
29. 1978-05 Guatemala MNAE
30. 1978-06 Guatemala MNAE
31. 1978-07 Guatemala, Museo, Ixtutz
32. 1978-08 Tikal
33. 1978-09 Tikal
34. 1978-10 Tikal
35. 1978-11 Jimbal, Ixlu
36. 1978-15 Dos Pilas
37. 1978-16 Dos Pilas
38. 1978-17 Copan
39. 1978-18 Copan HS
40. 1978-19 Copan
41. 1978-20 Tulum, Tancah
42. 1978-21
43. 1978-22 Acanceh, Playa del Carmen, Museo, Merida
44. 1978-23 Merida Museo
45. 1978-24 Merida Museo Bodega
46. 1978-25 Campeche Museo
47. 1978-26 Hecelchakan Museo
48. 1978-27 Xcalumkin Monuments, Campeche
49. 1978-28 Palenque, Yaxchilan
50. 1978-29 Yaxchilan
51. 1978-30 Yaxchilan, Bonampak
52. 1978-31 Bonampak
53. 1978-32 Bonampak, Comalcalco
54. 1978-33 Comalcalco, Villahermosa Museo
55. 1978-34 Villahermosa Museo
56. 1978-35 Villahermosa Museo, Mexico City MNA
57. 1978-36 Mexico City, MNA
58. 1978-37 Mexico City
59. 1978 1 Berlin Museum
60. 1978 2 Berlin Museum
61. 1978 3 Berlin Museum
62. 1978 4 Berlin Museum, IAI
63. 1978 5 Berlin Museum
64. 1980-01 Guatemala Museo Popol Vuh
65. 1980-02 Guatemala MNAE
66. 1980-03 Guatemala MNAE
67. 1980-04 Guatemala MNAE
68. 1980-05 Guatemala MNAE
69. 1980-06 Merida Ermita Santa Isabel
70. 1980-07 Merida Ermita
71. 1980-08 Merida Ermita
72. 1980-09 Merida Ermita
73. 1980-10 Uxmal
74. 1980-11 Merida Museo, Uxmal
75. 1980-12 Merida Museo
76. 1980-13 Merida Museo
77. 1980-14 Merida Museo
78. 1980-15 Chetumal, Resbalon
79. 1980-16 Cancun Museo
80. 1980-17 Cancun, Merida, Campeche Museos
81. 1980-18 Campeche
82. 1980-19 Campeche
83. 1980-20 Hecelchakan
84. 1980-21 Hecelchakan
85. 1980-22 Hecelchakan, Palenque
86. 1980-22 Hecelchakan
87. 1980-23 Palenque
88. 1980-24 Palenque, Villahermosa
89. 1980-25 Villahermosa
90. 1980-26 Balancan, Santa Elena Balancan
91. 1980-27 Tonina
92. 1980-28 Tonina
93. 1980-29 Tonina
94. 1980-31 Tuxtla Museo
95. 1980-32 Tuxtla Museo
96. 1980-33 San Cristobal de las Casas New World Arch. Foundation, Muscoso Sammlung
97. 1980-34 Monte Alban
98. 1980-35 Museo Nacional
99. 1980-36 Museo Nacional
100. 1980-37 Museo Nacional
101. 1980-38 Museo Nacional
102. 1980-39 Museo Nacional
103. 1980 1 Berlin Teobert Maler Archiv
104. 1980 2 Berlin Teobert Maler Archiv, Museum
105. 1980 3 Berlin Museum
106. 1980 4 Berlin Museum
107. 1980 5 Berlin Museum
B/W Negatives Volume 02 (1981,1982,1983) 108. 1981-G(B)-1 Köln
109. 1981-1 Madrid Museo
110. 1982 Kreta
111. 1982-01
112. 1982-02 Oxkutzcab, Dzula, Nohcacab
113. 1982-03 Nohcacab, Kiuic
114. 1982-04 Kiuic
115. 1982-05 Dzibilnocac
116. 1982-06 FEHLT
117. 1982-07 Uxmal
118. 1982-08 Granada, Hecelchakan
119. 1982-09 Hecelchakan
120. 1982-10 Hecelchakan, Campeche
121. 1982-11 Campeche Museo
122. 1982-12 Campeche Museo
123. 1982-13 Campeche Museo
124. 1982-14 Campeche Museo
125. 1982-15 Dzibilnocac, Pakchen, El Tabasqueno
126. 1982-16 El Tabasqueno, Tohcok
127. 1982-17 Tohcok, Itzimte
128. 1982-18 Hochob, Dzehkabtun
129. 1982-18 Dzehkabtun
130. 1982-19 Dzehkabtun
131. 1982-20 Dzehkabtun, Bolonchen, Halal, Xbalche
132. 1982-21 FEHLT
133. 1982-22 Xbalche, Labna, Yaxche Xlabpak
134. 1982-23 Labna, Xlabpak
135. 1982-24 Xlabpak, Sayil, Kabah
136. 1982-25 Kabah
137. 1982-26 Merida Museo
138. 1982-27 Merida Museo
139. 1982-28 Merida Museo
140. 1982-29 Merida, Chichen Itza
141. 1982-30 Chichen Itza
142. 1982-31 Loltun, Kom, Oxkutzcab, Xkanaheleb
143. 1982-32 Xkanaheleb, Sacnicte
144. 1982-33 Sacnicte, Sabacche, Chuncatzim
145. 1982-34 Xulha, Xpujil
146. 1982-35 Xpujil
147. 1982-36 Becan, Chicanha
148. 1982-37 Tulum
149. 1982-38 Tulum, Xelha
150. 1982-39 Xelha, Chakalal
151. 1982-40 Chakalal, Playa
152. 1982-41 Cozumel
153. 1982-42 Cancun Museo, Ruinas
154. 1982-43 Cancun Museo
155. 1982-44 El Meco, Merida
156. 1982-45 Merida, Izamal
157. 1982-46 Izamal, Merida
158. 1982-47 Xkichmook
159. 1982-48 Santa Rosa Xtampak, Chacmultun
160. 1983-38 Thailand
161. 1983-49 Thailand
162. 1983-40 Thailand
163. 1983-41 Thailand
164. 1983-42 Thailand
165. 1983-43 Thailand
166. 1983-44 Thailand
167. 1983-45 Thailand
B/W Negatives Volume 03 (1984,1985,1986) 168. 37-02-84 Guatemela City
169. 26-03-84 Guatemala City
170. 19-04-84 Guatemala City
171. 07-05-84 Guatemala City
172. 21-06-84 Guatemala City
173. 08-07-84 Guatemala City
174. ??-08-84 Guatemala City
175. 27-10-84 Guatemala City
176. 14/15-11-84 Tikal Museo
177. 29-12-84 Merida, Yaxcopoil, Ichpich
178. 25-13-84 Ichpich, Xkichmook
179. 36-14-84 Xkichmook, Rancho Perez, Reforma, Kom
180. 16-15-84 Kom, Yaxhaxchen, Loltun
181. 39-16-84 Sayil Sabacche, Chuncanob
182. 34-17-84 Chuncanob, Ticum, Tabi, Oxkutzkab, Pozo 10, Kobalchac, Xcorralche
183. 10-18-84 Xcorralche, Chichil, Miramar
184. 11-19-84 Xcauil de Yaxche, Hopelchen, Becan, Xpuhil
185. 12-20-84 Xpuhil, Manos Rojas, Culucbalam, Pto Rico Chicanna
186. 05-21-84 Chicanna, Cilvituk, Xpuhil, Rio Bec B
187. 06-22-84 Rio Bec B, Hormiguero, Campeche San Pedro
188. 41-23-84 Campeche Bodega Museo
189. 01-24-84 Campeche Museo
190. 02-25-84 Kayal, Chunchimtok, Kancabchen, Hochob
191. 22-26-84 Hochob, Cumpich, Xcalumkin
192. 40-27-84 Xcalumkin, Haltunchon
193. 42-28-84 Haltunchon
194. 09-29-84 Tzocchen, Merida Museo
195. 35-30-84 Merida Museo
196. 24-31-84 Merida Museo
197. 04-32-84 Merida Museo
198. 33-33-84 Villahermosa Museo
199. 28-34-84 Villahermosa Museo
200. 13-35-84 Villahermosa Museo
201. 23-36-84 Mexico MNA
202. 17-37-84 Mexico MNA
203. 18-38-84 Mexico MNA
204. 32-39-84 Mexico MNA
205. 31-40-84 Mexico MNA
206. 38-41-84 Mexico MNA
207. XI-1984-1 Berlin MfV
208. 1985 Thailand 1
209. 1985 Thailand 2
210. 1985 Thailand 3
211. 1985 Thailand 4
212. 02-1986 M, IDAEH
213. 03-1986 IDAEH Guatemala
214. 04-1986 Guatemala City, MN Bodega
215. 05-1986 Guatemala City, MN, Maegli
216. 06-1986 Sacul
217. 07-1986 Sacul
218. 08-1986 Xunantunich
219. 09-1986 Lamanai
220. 10-1986 Santa Rita Corozal, Kohunlich
221. 11-1986 Kohunlich
222. 12-1986 Becan
223. 13-1986 Becan, St Rita Becan Chen Lintel
224. 14-1986 Hormiguero
225. 15-1986 Museo Regional Campeche, Baluarte de Sn Miguel Bodega
226. 16-1986 Campeche Museo Regional, Baluarte de San Miguel
227. 17-1986 Campeche Museo Regional
228. 18-1986 Campeche Museo Regional
229. 19-1986 Campeche Museo Regional
230. 20-1986 Campeche Museo Regional
231. 21-1986 Dzibiltun
232. 22-1986 Pakchen, Xpulyaxche, Huntichmul
233. 24-1986 Tabasqueno
234. 25-1986 Tabasqueno
235. 26-1986 St Rosa Xtampak
236. 27-1986 St Rosa Xtampak
237. 28-1986 Xcochkax
238. 29-1986 Xcochkax
239. 30-1986 Xxochkax, Xculoc
240. 31-1986 Xculoc, Chunhuhub, Hacienda Yaxche
241. 32-1986 Campeche, Sala de Estelas
242. 33-1986 Campeche, Sala de Estelas
243. 34-1986 Merida, Manzanilla, Bar California, Museo Regional
244. 35-1986 Merida, Museo Regional
245. 36-1986 Merida, Museo Regional
246. 37-1986 Merida, Museo Regional Bodega
247. 38-1986 Merida, Museo Regional Bodega
248. 39-1986 Merida, Museo Regional, Yaxcaba
249. 40-1986 Chichen Itza
250. 41-1986 Merida Museo Regional
251. 42-1986 Uxmal
252. 43-1986 Uxmal
253. 44-1986 Uxmal
254. 1986-1 Madrid
B/W Negatives Volume 04 (1987,1988,1989) 255. 1987-01 Museo Popol Vuh
256. 1987-02 Museo Popol Vuh
257. 1987-03 Guatemala MNAE
258. 1987-04 Uaxactun
259. 1987-05 Uaxactun, Nakum, Yaxha
260. 1987-06 Topoxte, Yaxha
261. 1987-07 Tikal Bodega
262. 1987-08 Tikal Bodega
263. 1987-09 Dzibilnocac, Uxmal, Xcavil de Yaxche
264. 1987-10 Uxmal
265. 1987-11 Uxmal
266. 1987-12 Uxmal
267. 1987-13 Chun Huaymil, Zodzil
268. 1987-14 Zodzil, Loltun
269. 1987-15 Yaxche Xlabpak, Etzna
270. 1987-16 Etzna
271. 1987-17 Etzna Campeche
272. 1987-18 Campeche, Museo
273. 1987-19 Campeche Museo
274. 1987-20 Campeche Museo
275. 1987-21 Hobomo
276. 1987-22 Hobomo
277. 1987-23 Hobomo
278. 1987-24 Hobomo
279. 1987-25 Providencia, Tohcok, Merida
280. 1987-26 Merida Museo
281. 1987-27 Merida Museo
282. 1987-28 Merida Museo
283. 1987-29 Merida Museo
284. 1987-30 El Meco, Sheraton, Yamiluum
285. 1987-31 Cancun Museo
286. 1987-32 Playa del Carmen, Xelha
287. 1987-33 Tancah
288. 1987-34 Tulum, Muyil
289. 1987-35 F. Carillo Puerto, Coba
290. 1987-36 Coba, Acanceh, Merida
291. 1987-37 Mexico MN
292. 1988-01 Guatemala MP
293. 1988-02 Guatemala, Mixco Viejo, Utatlan, Guatemala MNAE
294. 1988-03 Guatemala MNAE, Bodega
295. 1988-04 Tikal, Haupt-und Nebenbodega
296. 1988-05 Tikal Bodega
297. 1988-06 Tikal Bodega
298. 1988-07 Tikal Bodegas
299. 1988-08 Tikal Bodega, Ruinen
300. 1988-09 Rio Ixtinto Guatemala
301. 1988-10 Uxmal, Museo del sitio
302. 1988-11 Uxmal
303. 1988-12 Campeche, Sala estelas
304. 1988-13 Campeche, Museo Regional
305. 1988-14 Campeche, Museo Regional
306. 1988-15 Campeche, Museo Regional
307. 1988-16 Xpujil, Becan
308. 1988-17 Chicanna, Becan
309. 1988-18 Chicanna
310. 1988-19 Chicanna, Manos Rojas
311. 1988-20 Rio Bec
312. 1988-21 Rio Bec, Bacalar
313. 1988-22 Merida Museo Regional
314. 1988-23 Villahermosa Museo & Bodega
315. 1988-24 Palenque
316. 1988-25 Palenque
317. 1988-26 Comitan
318. 1988-27 Tuxtla Gutierrez Museo, Bodega
319. 1988-28 Tuxtla, Mexico DF
320. 1988-29 Templo Mayor
321. 1988-30 Mexico, MNA
322. 1989-01 Mexico, MNA
323. 1989-02 Campeche, Museo
324. 1989-03 Campeche, Museo
325. 1989-04 Campeche, Museo
326. 1989-05 Campeche, Museo
327. 1989-06 Campeche, Museo
328. 1989-07 Yaxche Xlabpak, Xlabpak Mural
329. 1989-08 Xuxpa, Ramonal, Rumbo 9
330. 1989-09 Ramonal, Bacalar
331. 1989-10 Belize City, Blizz Institute
332. 1989-11 Belmopan
333. 1989-12 Belmopan, Xunantunich
334. 1989-13 Ucanal
335. 1989-14 Tikal Museo
336. 1989-15 Tikal, Museo
337. 1989-16 Tikal
B/W Negatives Volume 05 (1990,1991) 338. 1990-01 Tuxtla Gutierrez
339. 1990-02 Tuxtla Gutierrez
340. 1990-03 Merida
341. 1990-04 Merida Museo
342. 1990-05 Merida Museo
343. 1990-06 Merida Museo
344. 1990-07 Merida Museo
345. 1990-08 Merida Museo
346. 1990-09 Dzibilchaltun
347. 1990-10 Oxkintok, Hecelchakan
348. 1990-11 Hecelchakan
349. 1990-12 Campeche Sn Miguel
350. 1990-13 Etzna
351. 1990-14 Etzna
352. 1990-15 Etzna
353. 1990-16 Kayal
354. 1990-17 Peto, Becan
355. 1990-18 Cozumel
356. 1990-19 Cozumel
357. 1990-20 Yaxcopoil
358. 1990-21 Tikal, Bodega
359. 1990-22 Tikal, Bodega
360. 1990-23 Tikal, Bodega
361. 1990-24 Seibal
362. 1990-25 Flores, Itzan
363. 1990-26 Flores, Itzan
364. 1990-27 Flores, Guatemala
365. 1990-28 Guatemala, MNAE
366. 1991-01 Yaxcopoil, Museo
367. 1991-02 Merida, MR
368. 1991-03 Acanceh (stuccoes)
369. 1991-04 Campeche, Museo
370. 1991-05 Balamku
371. 1991-06 Balamku
372. 1991-07 Xpujil
373. 1991-08 Becan
374. 1991-09 Kabah
375. 1991-10 Kabah
376. 1991-11 Uxmal
377. 1991-12 Uxmal
378. 1991-13 Chichen Itza
379. 1991-14 Chichen Itza
380. 1991-15 Chichen Itza
381. 1991-16 Chichen Itza
382. 1991-17 Palenque
383. 1991-18 Palenque
384. 1991-19 Kabah
385. 1991-20 Kabah, Sayil
386. 1991-21 Xlabpak, Labna
387. 1991-22 Labna
388. 1991-23 Uxmal
389. 1991-24 Izamal
390. 1991-25 Izamal
391. 1991-26 Izamal, Merida
B/W Negatives Volume 06 (1992,1993) 392. 1992-01 Puebla, Museo Amparo
393. 1992-02 Puebla, Museo Amparo
394. 1992-03 Puebla, Museo Amparo
395. 1992-04 FEHLT
396. 1992-05 Kakab, Xbanquetatunich, Hobomo
397. 1992-06 Hobomo
398. 1992-07 Hobomo, Tohcok, Chanchunhuai, Peor es nada
399. 1992-08 Peor es nada, Nueva Vida, S/N, Xpujil
400. 1992-09 Ramonal 4, Chicanna, Becan
401. 1992-10 Becan
402. 1992-11 Payam, Rio Bec IV
403. 1992-12 Rio Bec
404. 1992-13 Rio Bec, Huitzina, Ticum, Mani
405. 1992-14 Yaxcopoil
406. 1992-15 Yaxcopoil, Merida
407. 1992-16 Ikil, Kabah
408. 1992-17 Chichen Itza
409. 1992-18 Chichen Itza
410. 1992-19 Chichen Itza
411. 1992-20 Chichen Itza, Yaxcaba
412. 1992-21 Sayil
413. 1992-22 Xlabpak
414. 1992-23 Uxmal, Museo
415. 1992-24 Uxmal
416. 1992-25 Palenque
417. 1992-26 Palenque, Merida (St. Isabel)
418. 1992-27 Merida, Museo Regional
419. 1992-28 Merida, Museo Regional
420. 1992-29 Isla Mujeres, Uaxactun
421. 1992-30 Uaxactun, Nakum
422. 1992-31 Topoxte, Yaxha
423. 1992-32 Tikal, Yaxha
424. 1992-33 Tikal
425. 1992-34 Tikal
426. 1992-35 Tikal
427. 1992-36 Tikal
428. 1992-37 Guatemala, Popol Vuh
429. 1992-38 Guatemala, Popol Vuh
430. 1992-39 Guatemala, MNAE
431. 1992-40 Guatemala, MNAE
432. 1993-SW-01 Mexico, MNA
433. 1993-SW-02 Uxmal
434. 1993-SW-03 Uxmal
435. 1993-SW-04 Uxmal
436. 1993-SW-05 Kabah, Oxkintok
437. 1993-SW-06 Oxkintok, Xburrotunich, Kuxub, Siho
438. 1993-SW-07 Siho, Campeche (Museo Soledad)
439. 1993-SW-08 Campeche (Museo Soledad)
440. 1993-SW-09 Becan Str. IV
441. 1993-SW-10 Becan, Xpujil
442. 1993-SW-11 Chicanna, Becan, Ramonal A
443. 1993-SW-12 Hobomo
444. 1993-SW-13 Hobomo
445. 1993-SW-14 Hobomo
446. 1993-SW-15 Hobomo
447. 1993-SW-16 Hobomo
448. 1993-SW-17 San Miguel de Cozumel
449. 1993-SW-18 San Miguel de Cozumel
450. 1993-SW-19 Ixtonton, Bodega IDAEH
451. 1993-SW-20 Ixtonton, Bodega, Guatemala MNAE
452. 1993-SW-21 Guatemala, MNAE
453. 1993-SW-22 Copan, Las Sepulturas
454. 1993-SW-23 Copan, Las Sepulturas, Museo Regional
455. 1993-SW-24 Copan, Museo Regional
456. 1993-SW-25 Copan, Museo Regional
457. 1993-SW-26 Copan, Zunil
458. 1993-SW-VIE 1 Maya Ausstellung
459. 1993-SW-VIE 2 Maya Ausstellung
460. 1993-SW-VIE 3 Maya Ausstellung
B/W Negatives Volume 07 (1994,1995) 461. 1994-01 Guatemala City, Schwank Collection
462. 1994-02 Guatemala City, Schwank Collection
463. 1994-03 La Blanca
464. 1994-04 La Blanca
465. 1994-05 Topoxte
466. 1994-06 Ixlu, La Pena, La Naya
467. 1994-07 La Naya Monuments
468. 1994-08 Rio Bec Group V
469. 1994-09 Rio Bec, El Palmar
470. 1994-10 El Palmar, Kohunlich
471. 1994-11 Kohunlich, Chicanna
472. 1994-12 Uxmal Las Mojas
473. 1994-13 Chichen Itza
474. 1994-14 Chichen Itza
475. 1994-15 Chichen Itza Museo
476. 1994-16 Merida Museo Regional
477. 1994-17 Merida, INAH
478. 1994-18 Dzibilchaltun
479. 1994-19 Palenque
480. 1994-20 Campeche, Museo Regional, Temiente
481. 1994-21 Campeche Museo Soledad
482. 1994-22 Campeche, Museo Regional, Temiente, La Soledad
483. 1994-23 Campeche, Museo la Soledad
484. 1994-24 Campeche, Hopelchen
485. 1994-25 Hopelchen, Campeche Museo
486. 1994-26 Hopelchen Museo
487. 1994-27 Acanceh
488. C-1994-1 Graz
489. C-1994-2 Graz
490. 1995-01 San Pedro Sula Museo
491. 1995-02 El Puente Museo
492. 1995-03 La Entrada Museo
493. 1995-04 Copan Ruinas Museo
494. 1995-05 Copan Ruinas
495. 1995-06 Copan Ruinas
496. 1995-07 FEHLT (Nohpat)
497. 1995-08 San Andres Peten, Alcaldia
498. 1995-09 Topoxte, Haltun, Yaxha
499. 1995-10 Seibal, La Blanca
500. 1995-11 Xultun, Uaxactun
501. 1995-12 Tikal Bodega
502. 1995-13 Tikal Bodega
503. 1995-14 Tikal Bodega
504. 1995-15 Hopelchen Museo
505. 1995-16 Uxmal
506. 1995-17 Uxmal
507. 1995-18 Dzibilchaltun
508. 1995-19 Campeche Museo Soledad
509. 1995-20 Campeche Museos
510. 1995-21 Etzna
511. 1995-22 Etzna
B/W Negatives Volume 08 (1996, 1997, 1998) 512. 1996-BW-01 Costa Rica Museo de Jade
513. 1996-BW-02 Costa Rica Museo de Jade
514. 1996-BW-03 Guatemala MNAE Bodega
515. 1996-BW-04 Guatemala MNAE Bodega
516. 1996-BW-05 Guatemala Museo Popol Vuh
517. 1996-BW-06 Laguna Perdida I, Altar
518. 1996-BW-07 Nakum, Ixlu Monuments
519. 1997-BW-08 Tikal Museo Morley, Misc. Texts
520. 1998-BW-09 Tikal Museo Litico
521. 1996-BW-10 Becan Str. IV
522. 1996-BW-11 Becan
523. 1996-BW-12 Rio Bec Graffiti
524. 1996-BW-13 Balamku
525. 1996-BW-14 Dzibilchaltun
526. 1996-BW-15 Yaxuna
527. 1996-BW-16 Merida Museo Regional
528. 1996-BW-17 Campeche Museo Soledad
529. 1996-BW-18 Campeche Museo Soledad
530. 1996-BW-19 Campeche Museo Soledad
531. 1996-BW-20 Campeche Museo Soledad
532. 1996-BW-21 Palenque Museo
533. 1996-BW-22 Chichen Itza
534. KHM 1997-01 Cozumel
535. KHM 1997-02 Becan Hormiguero
536. KHM 1997-03 Chicanna
537. KHM 1997-04 Palenque
538. KHM 1997-05 Tonina
539. KHM 1997-06 Uxmal
540. KHM 1997-07 Dzibilchaltun
541. KHM 1997-08 Dzibilchaltun
542. KHM 1997-09 Dzibilchaltun
543. KHM 1997-10 Yaxchilan
544. KHM 1997-11 Yaxchilan, Piedras Negras
545. KHM 1997-12 Piedras Negras
546. KHM 1997-13 Tikal
547. KHM 1997-14 Guatemala Stadt MNAE
548. KHM 1997-15 Guatemala Stadt IDAEH
549. 1998-01 Guatemala Museo Popol Vuh
550. 1998-02 Guatemala Museo Popol Vuh
551. 1998-03 Guatemala Museo Nacional
552. 1998-04 Guatemala Museo & Bodega
553. 1998-05 Tikal, Taller de Mantenimiento, Bodega
554. 1998-06 Tikal, Bodega
555. 1998-07 Tikal, Bodega
556. 1998-08 Ixlu, Sacpeten
557. 1998-09 Paraiso
B/W Negatives Volume 09 (1999-2006) 558. KHM 01 1999 Cotzumalhuapa, Bilbao Mon.
559. KHM 02 1999 El Baul Museo
560. KHM 03 1999 El Baul Museo
561. KHM 04 1999 La Sufricaya, Melchor de Mencos, Cancun Museo
562. KHM 05 1999 Hacienda Tabi
563. KHM 06 1999 Uxmal, Phalli
564. KHM 07 1999 Campeche Museo de Baluarte
565. KHM 08 1999 Campeche Museo de Baluart de la Soledad
566. KHM 09 1999 Etzna
567. KHM 10 1999 FEHLT
568. KHM 11 1999 Calakmul
569. KHM 12 1999 FEHLT
570. KHM 13 1999 Hormiguero
571. KHM 14 1999 Chicanna
572. KHM 2000-01 Antigua (Negatives missing)
573. KHM 2000-02 El Peru
574. KHM 2000-03 El Peru
575. KHM 2000-04 Tikal Bodega
576. KHM 2000-05 Tikal Bodega
577. KHM 2001-SW-01 Guatemala MNAE (Negatives missing)
578. KHM 2001-SW-02 Guatemala MNAE (Negatives missing)
579. KHM 2001-SW-03 Guatemala MNAE (Negatives missing)
580. KHM 2001-SW-05
581. Ixlu, Ixkun, El Chal, Flores (Negatives missing)
582. KHM 2001-SW-07
583. Acanceh (Negatives missing)
584. KHM 2001-SW-08 Etzna HS (Negatives missing)
585. 2002-01 El Baul (Negatives missing)
586. 2002-02 El Baul (Negatives missing)
587. 2002-03 Guatemala MNAE (Negatives missing)
588. 2002-04 Guatemala MNAE (Negativ =e fehlen)
589. 2002-05 Melchor de Mencos IDAEH, Ucanal, Sufricaya, (Negatives missing)
590. 2004-01 Hecelchakan Museo (Negativ fehlt)
591. 2006-01 Merida Museo
592. 2006-02 Campeche, Museo Soledad
593. 2006-03 Campche, Museo San Miguel
594. 2006-04 Campeche Bodega
595. 2007-05 FEHLT
596. 2007-06 FEHLT
597. 2007-07 Campeche Museo

Schreibe einen Kommentar

Deine E-Mail-Adresse wird nicht veröffentlicht. Erforderliche Felder sind markiert *