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Chacmultun in the Puuc Hills of southwestern Yucatan, Mexico. 1922.


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Album caption: Chacmultun in the Puuc Hills of southwestern Yucatan. Many fine examples of Mayan construction, especially the use of the corbel arch and lintels over the doorways, are seen in these photographs. These buildings were erected probably not long before or after 900 A.D. Yucatan, Mexico. 1922. (Photo taken by Carnegie Institute of Washington) Close up of buildings in J.O. Kilmartin photograph numbers 63-68, kjo00063_YUC4, kjo00064_YUC4, kjo00065_YUC4, kjo00066_YUC4, kjo00068_YUC4 No index card.


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