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La Venta Monument 47

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La Venta, Tabasco

The Pemex helicopter with the La Venta pyramid in the background. Written on slide “Feb 68P5, #7, H8”

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La Venta, Tabasco

Standing in front of the Pemex helicopter members of the archaeological expedition and the pilot (?), including John Graham on the far left and Robert Heizer on the far right. Written on slide “Feb 68P5”

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La Venta, Tabasco

Members of the archaeological expedition standing in front of the Pemex helicopter, with on the far left John Graham and on the far right Robert Heizer. Written on slide “Feb 68P5”

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La Venta, Tabasco

Juan Jimenez squaring off a log and thus preparing it to be sawn into planks. Written on slide “Philip Drucker; Mexico PD-6; S1 R1 Mar 1955”

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La Venta, Tabasco

A squared off log being sawn into planks. Written on slide “Philip Drucker; Mexico PD-10; BK 8; S1 R1 Mar 1955”

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La Venta, Tabasco

One of many slides in the Heizer collection showing stratigraphic levels and/or the various colors of sand or soil at La Venta. Written on slide “Philip Drucker; PNW 3 STRHTA; West platform pit?”

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La Venta, Tabasco

One of many slides in the Heizer collection showing stratigraphic levels and/or the various colors of sand or soil at La Venta. Written on slide “Philip Drucker; A-2 Md Steps; S5 R12”

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La Venta, Tabasco

One of many slides in the Heizer collection showing stratigraphic levels and/or the various colors of sand or soil at La Venta. Written on slide “charcoal layer, Tr. W, la Venta, Jul 67 P6”

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La Venta, Tabasco

One of many slides in the Heizer collection showing stratigraphic levels and/or the various colors of sand or soil at La Venta. Section toward west end of Trench X. Written on slide “Tr. X 20’ W of E end of trench, Jul 67 P6

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La Venta, Tabasco

One of many slides in the Heizer collection showing stratigraphic levels and/or the various colors of sand or soil at La Venta. The pit line and fill of Massive Offering No. 2. Written on slide “5, NW cor. Mo2 pit, 7/67”

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La Venta, Tabasco

One of many slides in the Heizer collection showing stratigraphic levels and/or the various colors of sand or soil at La Venta. Written on slide “Sc.96B”

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La Venta, Tabasco

Unknown monument. Written on slide “Feb 68P5”

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La Venta, Tabasco

Unknown monument. Written on slide “Feb 68P5”

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La Venta, Tabasco

Unidentified. Written on slide “Feb 68P5”

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La Venta, Tabasco

Unidentified. Written on slide “May 68P13”

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La Venta, Tabasco

Unknown monument. Written on slide “Feb 68P5”

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La Venta, Tabasco

Unknown monument. Written on slide “Feb 68P5”

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La Venta, Tabasco

La Venta Monument 41. This monument is a small crouched jaguar, carved from basalt that came from cerro El Vigía in the Tuxtla Mountains. Written on slide “Feb 68P5”

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La Venta, Tabasco

Unknown monument. (see also heizer_0713) Written on slide “Feb 68P5”

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La Venta, Tabasco

The number on this monument suggests it is La Venta Monument 42. However, dimensions as given by Clewlow and Corson seem to contradict this. Written on slide “Feb 68P5”

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La Venta, Tabasco

Unknown monument. (see also heizer_0711) Written on slide “Feb 68P5”

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La Venta, Tabasco

Unknown monument. Written on slide “Feb 68P5”

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La Venta, Tabasco

La Venta Monument 33. This is probably a fragment of a basalt stela. The fragment measures 41 x 39 x 32 cm. Written on slide “Feb 68P5”

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La Venta, Tabasco

Various La Venta monuments, including on the left a Type III drain trough. Written on slide “Feb 68P5”

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La Venta, Tabasco

La Venta Monument 42. This is a fragment of a basalt carving, probably a stela. It measures 36 x 46 x 16 cm. Written on slide “Feb 68P5, #62, H7”


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