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Naranjo (NAR)

Appellations
Alternative Acronyms
Alternative Names Manantial
Identification Numbers
Getty ID 7441493
GeoNames 3596728
AAG ID
Position
Country, Departamento Guatemala, Petén (GT-PE)
Coordinates 17.133511 N, -89.262047 E
»» UTM / MGRS
Number of Inscriptions
After Morley (1948) 38
After Riese (1976) 45
Online
Sources
Remarks

Site code NAR given by Corpus of Maya Hieroglyphic Inscriptions (1975:23-24; 1982:185-187; 1999:187-189; 2012; 2016); cited by Riese (2004), Mathews (2005). Alternative name ‚Manantial‘ according to Quitana and Wurster (2001:35).
Location verified with and coordinates retrieved from Google Maps Web Services (accessed October 13, 2015) for Group B. The coordinates 17.13884 N 89.25138 W refer to a point some 1.3 km NE of Group B.



References

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1978 Corpus of Maya Hieroglyphic Inscriptions, Volume 2, Part 2: Naranjo, Chunhuitz, Xunantunich (by Ian Graham). Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.
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1925 The Hieroglyphic Stairway at Naranjo, Guatemala. Proceedings of the International Congress of Americanists 21(2): 297–304.
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1942 Die astronomischen Inschriften in Naranjo. Untersuchungen zur Astronomie der Maya 14. Verl. der Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin.
Maler, Teobert
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Mayer, Karl Herbert
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1995b A Fragment of Naranjo Stela 23 in Florida. Mexicon 17(1): 4–5.
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Melgarejo, Eslly
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Morley, Sylvanus G.
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Quintana, Oscar, and Wolfgang Wurster
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Stone, Andrea J.
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Tokovinine, Alexandre
2007 Of Snake Kings and Cannibals: A Fresh Look at the Naranjo Hieroglyphic Stairway. The PARI Journal 7(4): 15–22.
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Villela, Khristaan D.
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