Linda Schele Drawing from Tikal, Altar 5. Disinterred bones rest between two kneeling dancers.  Late Classic. Current Location: Museo Nacional de Antropología y Ethnología, Guatemala City, Guatemala. copyright FAMSI. An Indexed Bibliography of
Prehistoric and Early Historic Maya Human Osteology

Marie Elaine Danforth, Stephen L. Whittington, and Keith P. Jacobi

References

Cowgill, U., and G. E. Hutchinson
  1963Sex Ratio in Childhood and the Depopulation of the Peten, Guatemala.
Human Biology. 35: 90-103.
Only scattered information of interest
  
Hammond, N., and T. Molleson
  1994Huguenot Weavers and Maya Kings: Anthropological Assessment Versus Documentary Record of Age at Death.
Mexicon. 16(4): 75-77.
Only scattered information of interest
  
Haviland, W. A.
  1972Family Size, Prehistoric Population Estimates, and the Ancient Maya.
American Antiquity. 37: 135-139.
Only scattered information of interest
  
O'Connor, K. A.
  1991Paleodemography of the Tipu Population (abstract).
American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Supplement 12: 138-139.
Only scattered information of interest
  
Paine, R. B.
  1993Population Dynamics at Copan, Honduras, A.D. 450-1250: A Study in Archaeological Demography.
Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park. University Microfilms International, Ann Arbor.
Only scattered information of interest
  
Ruz Lhuillier, A.
  1977Gerontocracy at Palenque?.
In: Social Process in Maya Prehistory. edited by N. Hammond 287-295.
New York: Academic Press.
Only scattered information of interest
  
Storey, R.
  1985La paleodemografía de Copán.
Yaxkin. 8: 151-160.
Only scattered information of interest
  
Urcid, J.
  1993Bone and Epigraphy: The Accurate Versus the Fictitious?.
Texas Notes on Precolumbian Art, Writing and Culture. No. 42: 1-5.
Austin: The University of Texas at Austin.
Only scattered information of interest
  
Whittington, S. L.
  1988Use of Event History Analysis to Expose Statistically Significant Demographic Differences Between Populations (abstract).
American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 75: 287-288.
Only scattered information of interest
  
  1991Detection of Significant Demographic Differences between Subpopulations of Prehispanic Maya from Copan, Honduras.
American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 85: 167-184.
Primary emphasis on Maya skeletal biology
  

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