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Record Count: (351 - 375 out of 624)

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La Venta, Tabasco

Southwest platform.

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La Venta, Tabasco

Overlookig the north-south trench, with the stone column tomb (La Venta Monument 7) in the background.

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La Venta, Tabasco

Portion of trench through Ceremonial Court, A-1, looking north. La Venta Monument 13 partially uncovered at center. Tomb A in the background. Written on slide “Duplicate, 1943”

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La Venta, Tabasco

Unidentified. Written on slide “R.J. Squier, Sh3RA, 1955”

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La Venta, Tabasco

Is this the court, or the top layer of the southwest platform? Is that Drucker or Heizer in the foreground? Written on slide “R.J. Squier, S4RB”

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La Venta, Tabasco

The southwest platform, with rough stone pavinf after removal of the mosaic mask. Written on slide “Philip Drucker, S4R6, WP1, Reject Test 14”

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La Venta, Tabasco

Written on slide “La Venta, looking NE over west bastion on final day at site. Backfilling partially completed, column of adobe pyramid, pink matted clay, jaguar mask impression, pavements, 5/14/55, PostLV1, X-74”

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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, S3R3, PSW70e”

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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, R19, NW Platform pit, PNW2”

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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 “R. J. Squier, R-I”

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La Venta, Tabasco

Detail of the Southwest Platform, with the rough paving stones slightly exposed. Written on slide “Philip Drucker, S3R4, PSW23E”

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La Venta, Tabasco

La Venta Monument 40. Written on slide “Feb 68P5”

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La Venta, Tabasco

La Venta Monument 40. This is a seated human figure siting on a throne or bench, with legs hanging down the front. The head has been broken off and the fracture is worn smooth. Written on slide “Feb 68P5, #31, 1968, H13”

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La Venta, Tabasco

Aireal view of the La Venta pyramid after it has been cleared; looking south. Written on slide “Feb 68P5”

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La Venta, Tabasco

Aireal view of the La Venta pyramid after it has been cleared; looking north. Written on slide “Feb 68P5, A”

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La Venta, Tabasco

La Venta Monument 40. This figure is carved from basalt, and is 74 cm high, 46 cm wide and 28 cm thick. Written on slide “Feb 68P3, #32, O-2”

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La Venta, Tabasco

La Venta Monument 40. Written on slide “Feb 68P3, #33, G-3”

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La Venta, Tabasco

La Venta Monument 40. Written on slide “May 68P13, duplicate”

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La Venta, Tabasco

La Venta Monument 40. Written on slide “Mar 68P5, V, 1968, Napton, 11”

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La Venta, Tabasco

Aireal view of the La Venta pyramid, the airstrip, and surroundings. Written on slide “Feb 68P5”

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La Venta, Tabasco

Aireal view of the La Venta pyramid and the adjacent airstrip, looking north-northwest. Written on slide “3:33, 34”

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La Venta, Tabasco

La Venta Monument 40. Written on slide “May 68P13, duplicate”

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La Venta, Tabasco

Unidentified. Written on slide “TA.X, La Venta; 1967 explorations”

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La Venta, Tabasco

La Venta Monument 44 being uncovered. (is it?) Standing up with hands on his hips is Robert Heizer. Written on slide “Feb 68P3, O, G-3”

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La Venta, Tabasco

La Venta Monument 44. (?) Written on slide “Feb 68P5”


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