Sunday, June 24, 2012

Open Access Journal: Glyph Dwellers : Mayan historical linguistics

Glyph Dwellers: Mayan historical linguistics
Glyph Dwellers is an occasional publication of the Maya Hieroglyphic Database Project, at the University of California, Davis, California. Its purpose is to make available recent discoveries about ancient Maya culture, history, iconography, and Mayan historical linguistics deriving from the project.

Funding for the Maya Hieroglyphic Database Project is provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities, grants #RT21365-92, RT21608-94, PA22844-96, the National Science Foundation, #SBR9710961, and the Department of Native American Studies, University of California, Davis.

(c) 1997–2009 Martha J. Macri & Matthew G. Looper. All rights reserved. Written material and artwork appearing in these reports may not be republished or duplicated for profit. Citation of more than one paragraph requires written permission of the publisher. No copies of this work may be distributed electronically, in whole or in part, without express written permission from the publisher.
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Report 1: A Venus god as patron of Quiriguá Matthew G. Looper, December 1997
Report 2:
A new Cholan complement clause at Palenque Martha J. Macri, July 1998
Report 3:
T683a and T683b: Two words for "twenty" Martha J. Macri, January 1998
Report 4:
A Note on the carved bone from Copán Temple 11 Matthew G. Looper, August 1998
Report 5:
T540 as WINIK Matthew G. Looper, August 1998
Report 6:
A New Interpretation of the Ball Compound Martha J. Macri and Matthew G. Looper, September 2000
Report 7:
The Quatrefoil T510cd as 'Cave' Matthew G. Looper, September 2000
Report 8:
T855: A Numeral Classifier Martha J. Macri, December 1998
Report 9:
Phonological Variation in the Maya Codices Gabrielle Vail, November 1999
Report 10:
The Jog Sign as the Day Muluk Martha J. Macri, October 2000
Report 11:
T536 Xo, from Nahuatl Xochitli 'Flower' Martha J. Macri, October 2000
Report 12:
Mutal, a Possible Mixe-Zoque Toponym Martha J. Macri, December 2000
Report 13:
Another Example of T757 as the Day Muluk Martha J. Macri, April 2001
Report 14:
The Inscription on Dumbarton Oaks Jade B-157.MAJ Matthew G. Looper, May 2001
Report 15:
The 3-11-pih Title in Classic Maya Inscriptions Matthew G. Looper, December 2002
Report 16:
The 'Manikin' Glyph Compound (T86:700) as a Reference to Headdresses Matthew G. Looper, December 2003
Report 17:
The Meaning of the Maya Flapstaff Dance Matthew G. Looper, December 2003
Report 18:
A "Macaw Face Headband" Dance on Site R Lintel 5 Matthew G. Looper, April 2004
Report 19:
A Possible Alternative Way of Expressing Month Names in Maya Writing David F. Mora-Marín, June 2005
Report 20:
A Tale of a Tail: The GII Prefix Michael J. Grofe, February 2006
Report 21:
Glyph Y and GII: The Mirror and the Child Michael J. Grofe, February 2006
Report 22: Cascajal Block: Sign Ordering Martha J. Macri, October 2006
Report 23: A Possible Western Ch'olan Innovation Attested on Itzan Stela 17. David F. Mora-Marín, July 2007
Report 24: The History of Xkuy, an Unidentified Southeastern Center Matthew G. Looper, August 2007
Report 25: Stylistic Analysis of Dancing Maize Gods on Polychrome Ceramics Matthew G. Looper, April 2008
Report 26: Dated Monuments in the Hieroglyphic Database Martha J. Macri, December 2008
Report 27: Statements of Sociopolitical Network Interactions in Classic Maya Texts Martha J. Macri, Matthew G. Looper, Jessica L. Munson, June 2009

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