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Copan (CPN)

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Identification Numbers
Getty ID
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Position
Country, Departamento
Honduras, Copán (HN-CP)
Coordinates
14.837622 N, -89.141233 E
»» UTM / MGRS
Number of Inscriptions
After Morley (1948)
231
After Riese (1976)
130
Online
Sources
Remarks

Site code CPN given by Corpus of Maya Hieroglyphic Inscriptions (1975:23-24; 1982:185-187; 1999:187-189; 2012; 2016); cited by Riese (2004), Mathews (2005).
Location verified with and coordinates retrieved from Google Maps Web Services (accessed September 15, 2015).



References

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1987 Economic Specialization and Construction Personnel in Classic Period Copan, Honduras. American Antiquity 52(3): 485–499.
Abrams, Elliot M., and David J. Rue
1988 The Causes and Consequences of Deforestation among the Prehistoric Maya. Human Ecology 16(4): 377–395.
Agurcia Fasquelle, Ricardo
1983 Tegucigalpa: Rückkehr gestohlener Jade-Schmuckstücke. Mexicon 5(5): 78.
2005 Rosalila: Temple of the Sun King at Copan. In Lords of Creation: The Origins of Sacred Maya Kingship, edited by Virginia M. Fields, Dorie Reents-Budet, and Ricardo Agurcia Fasquelle. Scala, London.
Agurcia Fasquelle, Ricardo, and Vito Véliz
2010 Manual of the Monuments of Copán, HondurasUnpublished Electronic Document. Foundation for the Advancement of Mesoamerican Studies (FAMSI).
Andrews, E. Wyllys
1958 A Revision of Some Dates on the Hieroglyphic Stairway, Copan, Honduras. Tulane University of Louisiana. Middle American Research Series. Publications 26: 1–8.
Aoyama, Kazuo
1994 Socioeconomic Implications of Chipped Stone from the La Entrada Region, Western Honduras. Journal of Field Archaeology 21(2): 133–145.
1995 Microwear Analysis in the Southeast Maya Lowlands: Two Case Studies at Copan, Honduras. Latin American Antiquity 6(2): 129–144.
Baudez, Claude F.
1994 Maya Sculpture at Copan: The Iconography. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, OK.
Bell, Ellen E., Marcello A. Canuto, and Robert J. Sharer (editors).
2004 Understanding Early Classic Copan. University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Philadelphia, PA.
Bell, Ellen E., Robert J. Sharer, David W. Sedat, Marcello A. Canuto, and Lynn Grant
2000 The Margarita Tomb at Copan, Honduras: A Research Update. Expedition 42(3): 21–25.
Bell, Ellen E., Loa P. Traxler, David W. Sedat, and Robert J. Sharer
1999 Uncovering Copan’s Earliest Royal Tombs. Expedition 41(2): 29–35.
Beyer, Hermann
1936 The Relation of Two Dates on Altar U, Copan. Maya Research 3(2): 193–194.
Bill, Cassandra
2014 Shifting Fortunes and Affiliations on the Edge of Ruin: A Ceramic Perspective on the Classic Maya Collapse and its Aftermath at Copan. In The Ancient Maya and Their Central American Neighbors: Settlement Patterns, Architecture, Hieroglyphic Texts, and Ceramics, edited by Geoffrey E. Braswell. Routledge, London.
Bíró, Péter
2010 A New Look at the Inscription of Copan Altar K. The PARI Journal 11(2): 22–28.
Blom, Frans
1935 The Ruins of Copan and the Earthquake. Maya Research 2(3): 291–295.
Bollaert, William
1870 Examination of Central American Hieroglyphs of Yucatan Including the Dresden Codex, the Guatemalian of Paris and the Troano of Madrid; the Hieroglyphs of Palenque, Copan, Nicaragua, Veraguas and New-Granada; by the Recently Discovered Maya Alphabet. Memoirs Read Before the Anthropological Society of London 3(20): 288–314.
Borhegyi, Stephan F. de
1955 Comments on Incense Burners from Copan, Honduras and Chinese Figurines in Mesoamerica. American Antiquity 20(3): 284–286.
Boteler Mock, Shirley
1998 The Defaced and the Forgotten: Decapitation and Flaying/Mutilation as a Termination Event at Colha, Belize. In The Sowing and the Dawning: Termination, Dedication, and Transformation in the Archaeological and Ethnographic Record of Mesoamerica, edited by Shirley Boteler Mock, pp. 113–123. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, NM.
Brady, James E.
1993 El proyecto de cuevas rituales de Copán. El Escribano 1(1). Boletín del Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia: 1, 2, 4.
1995 A Reassessment of the Chronology and Function of Gordon’s Cave #3, Copan, Honduras. Ancient Mesoamerica 6: 29–38.
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1992 Obsidian-Hydration Dating, the Coner Phase, and Revisionist Chronology at Copan, Honduras. Latin American Antiquity 3(2): 130–147.
Bricker, Victoria R.
2001 The Astronomical Significance of 9.11.0.0.0 at Palenque and Copán. The PARI Journal 2-3(4-1): 24–27.
Callegari, Guido V.
1925 Copan, la metropoli dei Maya. La Scienza per tutti 32: 218–219.
Castellanos, Carolina, Françoise Descamps, and Jennifer Carballo (editors).
2006 XXII Symposium of Archaeological Investigations in Guatemala: Archaeological Sites in the Maya Area: A Conservation Challenge: Summary. Getty Conservation Institute, Los Angeles, CA.
Clarke, Louis C. G.
1915 Note on a Maya Stone Figure from Copan, Honduras. Man 15: 1–2.
Coates, Eleanor
1999 Featured Finds from Copan: A Portfolio of Photographs. Expedition 41(2): 36–38.
Corpus of Maya Hieroglyphic Inscriptions (CMHI)
1975 Corpus of Maya Hieroglyphic Inscriptions. Volume 1: Introduction (by Ian Graham). Cambridge, Massachusetts: Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University.
1982 Corpus of Maya Hieroglyphic Inscriptions. Volume 3, Part 3: Yaxchilan (by Ian Graham). Cambridge, Massachusetts: Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University.
1999 Corpus of Maya Hieroglyphic Inscriptions. Volume 6, Part 3: Tonina (by Ian Graham and Peter Mathews). Cambridge, Massachusetts: Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University.
2012 Site Codes (updated July 2012). http://peabody.harvard.edu/files/cmhi/CMHI_SiteCodes_FINAL_2012_forWeb.pdf (by Barbara Fash). (accessed July 23, 2015)
2016 Site Codes (updated Februar 2016). https://www.peabody.harvard.edu/files/cmhi/CMHI_SiteCodes_FINAL_2016.pdf (by Barbara Fash). (accessed December 19, 2016)
Davis-Salazar, Karla L.
2003 Late Classic Maya Water Management and Community Organization at Copan, Honduras. Latin American Antiquity 14(3): 275–299.
Fash, William L.
1986 History and Characteristics of Settlement in the Copan Valley, and Some Comparisons with Quirigua. In The Southeast Maya Periphery, edited by Patricia A. Urban and Edward M. Schortman, pp. 72–93. University of Texas Press, Austin, TX.
1988 A New Look at Maya Statecraft from Copan, Honduras. Antiquity 62(234): 157–169.
1998 Dynastic Architectural Programs: Intention and Design in Classic Maya Buildings at Copan and Other Sites. In Function and Meaning in Classic Maya Architecture: A Symposium at Dumbarton Oaks, 7th and 8th October 1994, edited by Stephen D. Houston, pp. 223–270. Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, Washington, D.C.
2011 K’inich Yax K’uk’ Mo’ (Resplandeciente Quetzal Guacamaya)(?-ca. 437 d.C.) Copán, Honduras. Arqueología Mexicana 19(110): 35–39.
Fash, William L., and Ricardo Agurcia Fasquelle
2005 Contributions and Controversies in the Archaeology and History of Copán. In Copán: The History of an Ancient Maya Kingdom, edited by E. Wyllys Andrews and William L. Fash, pp. 1–30. The School of American Research Press, Santa Fe, NM.
Fash, William L., and Robert J. Sharer
1991 Sociopolitical Developments and Methodological Issues at Copan, Honduras: A Conjunctive Perspective. Latin American Antiquity 2(2): 166–187.
Förstemann, Ernst W.
1904 Die Stela J von Copan. Globus 85(23): 361–363.
Fuentes y Guzmán, Francisco A.
1920 A Description of the Ruins of Copan, in 1689. In The Inscriptions at Copan, edited by Sylvanus G. Morley, pp. 543–549. Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication 219. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C.
Galindo, Juan
1920 A Description of the Ruins of Copan, in 1834. In The Inscriptions at Copan, edited by Sylvanus G. Morley, pp. 593–604. Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication 219. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C.
García de Palacio, Diego
1920 A Description of the Ruins of Copan, in 1576. In The Inscriptions at Copan, edited by Sylvanus G. Morley, pp. 541–542. Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication 219. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C.
Gates, William E.
1911 Copan, and Its Position in American History. The Theosophical Path 1(6): 419–426.
1920 The Distribution of the Several Branches of the Mayance Liguistic Stock. In The Inscriptions at Copan, edited by Sylvanus G. Morley, pp. 605–615. Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication 219. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C.
Gatschet, A. S.
1902 The Hieroglyphic Stairway. Ruins of Copan. Report on Explorations by the Museum. By George Byron Gordon. American Anthropologist 4(2): 302–303.
Getty Conservation Institute, and Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia
2006 The Hieroglyphic Stairway of Copán, Honduras: Study Results and Conservation Proposals: A Project Report. Getty Conservation Institute, Los Angeles, CA.
Golden, Charles W.
2002 Bridging the Gap Between Archaeological and Indigenous Chronologies: An Investigation of the Early Classic/Late Classic Divide at Piedras Negras, Guatemala. Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.
Gordon, George B.
1899 The Ruined City of Copan. Journal of the American Geographical Society of New York 31: 39–50.
1902 On the Interpretation of a Certain Group of Sculptures at Copan. American Anthropologist 4(1): 130–143.
1909 Conventionalism and Realism in Maya Art at Copan, with Special Reference to the Treatment of the Macaw. In Putnam Anniversary Volume; Anthropological Essays Presented to Frederic Ward Putnam in Honor of His Seventieth Birthday, April 16, 1909, by his Friends and Associates, pp. 191–195. G.E. Stechert & Co., New York, NY.
Grant, Lynn
1999 Conservation at Copan. Expedition 41(2): 39–44.
Gratacap, Louis P.
1885 Ruins at Palenque and Copan. The American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal 7(4): 193–207.
Greene, Merle, Robert L. Rands, and John A. Graham
1972 Maya Sculpture from the Southern Lowlands, the Highlands and Pacific Piedmont, Guatemala, Mexico, Honduras. Lederer, Street & Zeus, Berkeley, CA.
Grube, Nikolai
1990 A Reference to Water-Lily Jaguar on Caracol Stela 16. Copán Note 68. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
Grube, Nikolai, and Barbara MacLeod
1989 A Primary Standard Sequence on Copán Altar K. Copán Note 55. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
Grube, Nikolai, and Linda Schele
1988a Cu-Ix, the Fourth Ruler of Copán and his Monuments. Copán Note 40. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1988b A Venus Title on Copán Stela F. Copán Note 41. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1988c A Quadrant Tree at Copán. Copán Note 43. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1990a Two Examples for the Glyph for “Step” from the Hieroglyphic Stairs. Copán Note 91. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1990b Two Early Classic Monuments from Copán. Copán Note 82. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1990c Royal Gifts to Subordinate Lords. Copán Note 87. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1990d A New Interpretation of the Temple 18 Jambs. Copán Note 85. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
Grube, Nikolai, Linda Schele, and Federico Fahsen
1995 Tikal-Copan Connection: Evidence from External Relations. Copán Note 121. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
Grube, Nikolai, Linda Schele, and David S. Stuart
1989a The Date of Dedication of Ballcourt 3 at Copán. Copán Note 59. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1989b A Possible Death Reference for Yax-Kuk-Mo’. Copán Note 60. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
Guzman, Alonso de
1620 Vocabulario en lengua tzeldal iuxta ussu[m] oppidii de CopanabastlaUnpublished Manuscript. Philadelphia, PA. Berendt-Brinton Linguistic Collection. Penn Libraries, Philadelphia.
Von Hagen, Victor W.
1938 Cities of the Maya: Copan. The Geographical Magazine 8(3): 187–202.
Hamy, Ernest T.
1887 An Interpretation of One of the Copan Monuments, Honduras. Journal of the Anthropological Institute 16: 242–247.
Hennig, R.
1936 Das Kulturrätsel der Maya-Indianer. Westermanns Monatshefte 80(160): 361–364.
Hochleitner, Franz J.
1981 Die Stele J von Copan: Eine kalendarisch-astronomische Studie. Ethnologia Americana 98(4): 989–993.
Hodges, Richard
2012 The Wonders of Copan at the Penn Museum. Expedition 54(1): 3.
Hohmann, Hasso
1979 Schwitzhaus im Nordosten der “Akropolis” von Copan? Ethnologia Americana 91(1): 909–911.
1980 Die acht Inschriftenpaneele von Baumwerk Str 11 in Copan. Ethnologia Americana 93(3): 934–936.
Jørgensen, Mads S.
2012 The Royal Court of Namaan (La Florida, Peten, Guatemala): An Epigrapic Study of History and Politics at a Late Classic Maya Court. Unpublished Master Thesis, University of Copanhagen, Copenhagen.
Keeler, Peter, Rafael Hilt-Nelson, and Bette Royce
1989 Early Copan Texts. In U MUT MAYA II: A Collection of Papers, Reports and Readings by Attendants of the VI Advanced Seminar on Maya Hieroglyphic Writing Held at the University of Texas at Austin, March 14-19, 1988, edited by Tom Jones and Carolyn Young, pp. 3–6. U MUT MAYA, Arcata, CA.
Kidder, Alfred V.
1944 Certain Pottery Vessels from Copan. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Notes on Middle American Archaeology and Ethnology 2(36): 31–34.
Lentz, David L.
1991 Maya Diets of the Rich and Poor: Paleoethnobotanical Evidence from Copan. Latin American Antiquity 2(3): 269–287.
Lizardi Ramos, César
1947 Copan y el jeroglífico de los sacrificios humanos. Honduras Maya 2(2-3): 40–43.
Longyear, John M.
1940a A Maya Old Empire Skeleton from Copan, Honduras. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 27(1): 151–154.
1940b The Ethnological Significance of Copan Pottery. In The Maya and their Neighbors, edited by Clarence L. Hay, pp. 268–271. Essays on Middle American Anthropology and Archaeology. D. Appelton-Century, New York, NY.
1946 Copan Pottery 45: 203–205.
1948 A Sub-Pottery Deposit at Copan, Honduras. American Antiquity 13(3): 248–249.
1957 Further Notes on Copan Incense Burners. American Antiquity 22(3): 287–288.
Looper, Matthew G.
1991 The Name of Copan and of a Dance at Yaxchilan. Texas Notes on Precolumbian Art, Writing, and Culture 95. Center of the History and Art of Ancient American Culture, Art Department, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX.
Looper, Matthew G., and Linda Schele
1994a The Founder of Quiriguá, Tutum-Yol-K’inich. Vol. 119. Copán Note. Copan Mosaics Project; Institute Hondureño de Antropologia e Historia, Austin, TX.
1994b Founder of Quirigua, Tutum-Yol-K’inich. Copán Note 119. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
MacCready, Mary, Barbara MacLeod, Vito Veliz, Peter Keeler, and Ruth Krochock
1988 A Suggested Reading Order for Stela 6 at Copan. Copán Note 48. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
Mack, John
1989 A Chronology of “Smoke-Imix-God-K” of Copan. In U MUT MAYA II: A Collection of Papers, Reports and Readings by Attendants of the VI Advanced Seminar on Maya Hieroglyphic Writing Held at the University of Texas at Austin, March 14-19, 1988, edited by Tom Jones and Carolyn Young, pp. 7–8. U MUT MAYA, Arcata, CA.
MacLeod, Barbara
1988a The “Ninth Child of the Lineage”: An Alternative Dynastic Reference to Moon-Jaguar on Stela 9 at Copán. Copán Note 50. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1988b Renaming a Copán King: Phonetic Evidence for a More Accurate Reading of the Name Smoke-Imix-God K. Copán Note 49. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1989 The Text of Altar F’: Further Considerations. Copán Note 52. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1993 Daughter of “Yet Another Look at Stela 11.” Copán Note 110. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
Mathews, Peter
2005 Site Names and Codes. Foundation for the Advancement of Mesoamerican Studies (FAMSI) http://research.famsi.org/whos_who/sitenames_codes.htm (accessed July 23, 2015)
Maudslay, Alfred P.
1886 Exploration of the Ruins and Site of Copan, Central America. Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society 8(9): 568–595.
Mayer, Karl Herbert
1989 Maya Monuments: Sculptures of Unknown Provenance, Supplement 2. Von Flemming, Berlin.
2007 Copan-Style Stone Sculptures in Museums of Guatemala. Mexicon 29(5): 110–114.
McNeil, Cameron L., W. Jeffrey Hurst, and Robert J. Sharer
2006 The Use and Representation of Cacao during the Classic Period at Copan, Honduras. In Chocolate in Mesoamerica: A Cultural History of Cacao, edited by Cameron L. McNeil, pp. 224–252. University Press of Florida, Gainesville, FL.
Morley, Sylvanus G.
1920 The Inscriptions at Copan. Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication 219. Carnegie Instituton of Washington, Washington, D.C.
1939 Recent Epigraphic Discoveries at the Ruins of Copan, Honduras. In So Live the Works of Men; Seventieth Anniversary Volume Honoring Edgar Lee Hewett, edited by Donald D. Brand and Fred E. Harvey, pp. 277–293. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, NM.
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1883 Frontispiece: An Idol at Copan, with Portraits and Symbols of an Unknown Divinity. The American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal 2(2): 99.
1892 The Work on Copan’s Ruins. The New York Times, July 16.
Nielsen, Jesper
2005 The Queen’s Mirrors: Interpreting the Iconography of Two Teotihuacan Style Mirrors from the Early Classic Margarita Tomb in Copan. The PARI Journal 6(4): 1–8.
Noble, Sandra
1998 Maya Dedications of Authority. In The Sowing and the Dawning: Termination, Dedication, and Transformation in the Archaeological and Ethnographic Record of Mesoamerica, edited by Shirley Boteler Mock, pp. 65–79. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, NM.
Paine, Richard R., AnnCorinne Freter, and David L. Webster
1996 A Mathematical Projection of Population Growth in the Copan Valley, Honduras, A.D. 400-800. Latin American Antiquity 7(1): 51–60.
Peraza, José A.
1939 Nuestras ruinas de Copan relato completo de los monumentos historicos, tal como se encuentran ahora, leido en el Rotary club de San Pedro Sula por el dr. J. Antonio Peraza. Compañia editora de Honduras, San Pedro Sula, Honduras.
Pezzati, Alessandro
2012a The Excavation of the Hieroglyphic Stairway at Copan. Expedition 54(1): 4–6.
2012b Looking Back. Expedition 54(1): 55.
Popenoe, Wilson
1919 The Useful Plants of Copan. American Anthropologist 21(11): 125–138.
Riese, Berthold
1982 Copan: Archäologische Arbeiten 1982. Mexicon 4(3): 35–36.
1984 Copán-Projekt 1983. Mexicon 6(2): 21–23.
2004 Abkürzungen für Maya-Ruinenorte mit Inschriften. Wayeb Notes 8. http://www.wayeb.org/notes/wayeb_notes0008.pdf (accessed July 23, 2015)
Robicsek, Francis
1972 Copan, Home of the Mayan Gods. Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, New York, NY.
Satterthwaite, Linton
1948 Further Implications of Thompson’s Readings of Maya Inscriptions at Copan. Proceedings of the International Congress of Americanists 28: 467–493.
Saville, Marshall H.
1894 A Comparative Study of the Graven Glyphs of Copan and Quirigua. A Preliminary Paper. The Journal of American Folklore 7(26): 237–247; 322.
Schele, Linda
1986a The Founders of Lineages at Copán and Other Maya Sites. Copán Note 8. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1986b Paraphrase of the Text of Altar U. Copán Note 5. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1986c Moon-Jaguar, the 10th Successor of the Lineage of Yax-K’uk’-Mo’ of Copán. Copán Note 15. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1986d Interim Report on the Iconography of the Architectural Sculpture of Temple 22 (from the 1986 Field Season). Copán Note 19. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1986e Figures on the Central Ballcourt Marker of Ballcourt IIa at Copán. Copán Note 13. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1987a Two Altar Names at Copán. Copán Note 36. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1987b The Surviving Fragments of Stela 9. Copán Note 33. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1987c The Reviewing Stand of Temple 11. Copán Note 32. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1987d The Inscription on Stela 5 and its Altar. Copán Note 31. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1987e The Figures on the Legs of the Scribe’s Bench. Copán Note 24. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1987f The Father of Smoke-Shell. Copán Note 39. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1987g The Dedication of Structure 2 and a New Form of the God N Event. Copán Note 35. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1987h Stela I and the Founding of the City of Copán. Copán Note 30. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1987i Stela 1 and the Founding of the City of Copán. Copán Note 30. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1987j Some Ideas of the Protagonist and Dating of Stela E. Copán Note 25. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1987k Notes on the Río Amarillo Altars. Copán Note 37. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1987l New Fits on the North Panel of the West Door of Temple 11. Copán Note 38. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1987m New Data on the Paddlers from Butz’-Chaan of Copán. Copán Note 29. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1987n A Possible Death Date for Smoke-Imix-God K. Copán Note 26. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1987o A Cached Jade from Temple 26 and the World Tree at Copán. Copán Note 34. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1987p A Brief Commentary on the Top of Altar Q. Copán Note 66. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1987q A Brief Commentary on a Hieroglyphic Cylinder from Copan. Copán Note 27. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1987r Wan, the “Standing Up” of Stela A. Copán Note 28. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1988a Revisions to the Dynastic Chronology of Copán. Copán Note 45. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1988b Altar F’ and the Structure 32. Copán Note 46. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1989a Some Further Thoughts on Quiriguá-Copán Connection. Copán Note 67. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1989b Numbered-K’atun Titles of Yax Pac. Copán Note 65. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1989c A House Dedication on the Harvard Bench at Copán. Copán Note 51. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1990a The Glyph for “Hole” and the Skeletal Maw of the Underworld. Copán Note 71. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1990b Speculations From an Epigrapher on Things Archaeological in the Acropolis at Copán. Copán Note 80. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1990c Lounsbury’s Contrived Numbers and Two 8 Eb Dates at Copán. Copán Note 81. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1990d Further Comments on Stela 6. Copán Note 73. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1990e Early Quiriguá and the Kings of Copán. Copán Note 75. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1990f “End of” Expression at Copán and Palenque. Copán Note 69. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1990g Commentary on Altar G’. Copán Note 89. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1990h A Possible Death Statement for 18-Rabbit. Copán Note 90. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1990i A New Fragment from Altar J’. Copán Note 74. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1991a The Inscriptions of La Entrada Region, Copan. In Investigaciones arqueológicas en la región de la Entrada, edited by Seiichi Nakamura and Kazuo Aoyama, 2:pp. 213–216. Servicio de Voluntarios Japoneses para la Cooperación con el Extranjero, Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, San Pedro Sula, Honduras.
1991b Further Adventures with T128 Ch’a. Copán Note 9. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1992 The Initial Series Dates on Stela 2 and 12. Copán Note 104. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1993 Texts of Group 10L-2: A New Interpretation. Copán Note 118. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
Schele, Linda, and Barbara Fash
1991 Venus and the Reign of Smoke-Monkey. Copán Note 100. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
Schele, Linda, and Nikolai Grube
1987a Stela 13 and the East Quadrant of Copán. Copán Note 44. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1987b Birth Monument of Butz’-Chaan. Copán Note 22. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1987c Brother of Yax-Pac. Copán Note 20. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1988 A Future Marker on a Hand Scattering Verb at Copán. Copán Note 42. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1990a The Glyph for Plaza or Court. Copán Note 86. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1990b A Tentative Identification of the Second Successor of the Copán Dynasty. Copán Note 84. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1990c Building, Court, and Mountain Names in the Text of the Hieroglyphic Stairs. Copán Note 92. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1990d A Preliminary Inventory of Place Names in the Copan Inscriptions. Copán Note 93. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1991 Speculations on Who Built the Temple Under 11. Copán Note 102. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1994a Some Revisions to Tikal’s Dynasty of Kings. Copán Note 67. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1994b Who Was Popol-K’inich? A Re-evaluation of the Second Successor in the Line of Yax-K’uk’-Mo’ in Light of New Archaeological Evidence. Copán Note 116. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
Schele, Linda, Nikolai Grube, and Federico Fahsen
1990 A Suggested Reading Order for the West Side of Stela A. Copán Note 88. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1994 The Xukpi Stone: A Newly Discovered Early Classic Inscription from the Copán Acropololis, Part II: A Commentary on the Text (Version 2). Copán Note 114. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
Schele, Linda, and Alfonso Morales
1990 Some Thoughts on Two Jade Pendants from the Termination Cache of Ante Structure at Copán. Copán Note 79. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
Schele, Linda, and Elizabeth A. Newsome
1991 Taking the Headband at Copán. Copán Note 96. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
Schele, Linda, and David S. Stuart
1985 Te-Tun as the Glyph for “Stela.” Copán Note 1. Copán Mosaics Project and Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Copán, Honduras.
1986a The Chronology of Altar U. Copán Note 3. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1986b Butz’-Chan, the 11th Successor of the Yax-K’uk’-Mo’ Lineage. Copán Note 14. Copán Mosaics Project and Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Copán, Honduras.
1986c Waterlily-Jaguar, the Seventh Successor of the Lineage of Yax-K’uk’-Mo’. Copán Note 16. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
Schele, Linda, David S. Stuart, Nikolai Grube, and Floyd G. Lounsbury
1989 A New Inscription from Temple 22a at Copán. Copán Note 57. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
Schele, Linda, and Khristaan D. Villela
1991a Another Look at Stela 11. Copán Note 103. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1991b Venus and the Monuments of Smoke-Imix-God K and Others in the Great Plaza. Copán Note 101. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1994 The Helmet of the Chakte. Copán Note 63. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
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2010 The Problem of the “Copan Style” and Political Identity: The Architectural Sculpture of El Paraíso, Honduras in a Regional Context. Mexicon 32(3): 56–66.
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1999 Tunneling into the Heart of the Copan Acropolis. Expedition 41(2): 16–21.
2004 Initial Stages in the Formation of the Copan Acropolis. In Understanding Early Classic Copan, edited by Ellen E. Bell, Marcello A. Canuto, and Robert J. Sharer, pp. 85–99. University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Philadelphia, PA.
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1994 The Xukpi Stone: A Newly Discovered Early Classic Inscription from the Copán Acropololis, Part I: The Archaeology. Copán Note 113. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
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1895 Die wirkliche Länge des Katun der Maya-Chroniken und den Jahresanfang in der Dresdener Handschrift und auf den Copan-Stelen. Zeitschrift für Ethnologie 27: 441–449.
1899 Die Monumente von Copan und Quiriguá und die Altarplatten von Palenque. Zeitschrift für Ethnologie 31: 670–738.
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1935 Copan. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Year Book 34: 118–120.
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1937 Copan. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Year Book 36: 3–5.
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1941 Substela Caches and Stela Foundations at Copan and Quirigua. Contributions to American Anthropology and History 7(37): 63–96. Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication 528.
1946 Copan Project. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Year Book 45: 201–203.
1947 Guide Book to the Ruins of Copan. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Publication 577. Carnegie Institution, Washington, D.C.
1948 Bonampak Expedition. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Year Book 47: 211–213.
1952 The Ball Courts at Copan, with Notes on Courts at la Union, Quirigua, San Pedro Pinula and Asuncion Mita. Contributions to American Anthropology and History 11(55): 183–214. Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication 596.
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1986a The Step Inscription of Temple 22 at Copán. Copán Note 18. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1986b The Hieroglyphic Name of Altar U. Copán Note 4. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1986c A Glyph for Stone Incensario. Copán Note 2. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
1989 The “First Ruler” on Stela 24. Copán Note 7. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
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1989b A New Alternative for the Date of the Sepulturas Bench. Copán Note 61. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
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1935 The Dates on Altar U, Copan. Maya Research 2(1): 11–13.
1944 Jottings on Inscriptions at Copan. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Notes on Middle American Archaeology and Ethnology 2(38): 48–64.
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1993 Ceiba Flower Titles of Copan. Copán Note 109. Copán Acropolis Project & Instituto Hondureño de Antropología e Historia, Austin, TX.
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