The Painted Walls of Xibalba: Maya Cave Painting as Evidence of Cave Ritual
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Explores the extent and pattern of job discrimination against people with cancer. Part one reviews work histories of cancer patients, with chapters on recovered patients and survivors of childhood and adolescent cancer. Part two makes research and policy recommendations to maximize the productive activity of cancer patients. This volume brings together studies of the linguistic and compositional principles of written discourse, iconography, and symbolic representation, linking these to cosmology and the institutional context of Maya kingship. Architectural, artistic, and glyphic archeological data are brought to bear on the character of Maya civilization.
Hanks, Willliam F. and Rice, Don Stephen, "The Painted Walls of Xibalba: Maya Cave Painting as Evidence of Cave Ritual" (1989). KIP Articles. 7025.