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    MAYA MEETINGS AT TEXAS 2003 INFO, email 2 of 2. Greetings, Listeros. Here is the second of two posts containing complete information on the 2003 Maya Meetings
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      MAYA MEETINGS AT TEXAS 2003 INFO, email 2 of 2.

      Greetings, Listeros.

      Here is the second of two posts containing complete information on
      the 2003 Maya Meetings at Texas. (the first post contains details of the
      events. This second post contains info general info about motels, etc,
      books and posters available, and a registration form).

      MAYA MEETINGS AT TEXAS 2003 INFO

      Dates: March 6-15, 2003.
      Location: Campus of the University of Texas at Austin
      Theme: CHICHEN ITZA AND ITS NEIGHBORS:

      The Texas Symposium:
      Chichen Itza and Its Neighbors
      with M.C. KENT REILLY
      Scholarly talks for a general audience by: Erik Boot, Daniel
      Grana-Behrens, Peter Keeler, Rex Koontz, Jeff Karl Kowalski, Cynthia
      Kristan-Graham, Bruce Love, Jennifer Mathews, Marilyn S. Masson & Carlos
      Peraza Lope & Timothy S. Hare, William Ringle & George Bey III, Peter
      Schmidt, and Cherra Wyllie.

      The Linda Schele Forum on Maya Hieroglyphic Writing:
      Nikolai Grube and Alfonso Lacadena on
      Chichen Itza and Its Neighbors

      Texas Symposium................................................Thurs-Fri,
      March
      6-7, 2003.
      Public Lecture: Introducing Maya Glyphs...............Friday, March 7, 2003.
      Forum on Maya Hieroglyhic Writing......................Sat-Sun, March 8-9,
      2003.
      Long Workshops..................................................Mon-Sat, March
      10-15, 2002.

      THE MAYA MEETINGS AT TEXAS
      Lectures, workshops, and research seminars for beginners and advanced scholars
      on indigenous American Culture, including Maya Hieroglyphic Writing, Mixtec
      Codices, and other topics.For more information, or to be on the list for our
      December mailing, contact us at:

      Maya Meetings
      PO Box 3500
      Austin, Texas 78764
      USA
      or email:
      mayameet@...
      or call:
      512-471-MAYA (512-471-6292)
      Visit the CHAAAC website:
      www.utexas.edu/research/chaaac

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      GENERAL INFORMATION

      The Maya Meetings are held each year during spring break and the Thursday
      and Friday prior to break at the University of Texas at Austin, under the
      sponsorship of the Dept of Art and Art History, the Institute of Latin
      American Studies, and CHAAAC, the Center for the History of Ancient
      American Art and Culture (Director, Dr. Nikolai Grube), the Maya Workshop
      Foundation, a non-profit Texas corporation.

      The Maya Meetings at Texas
      Director: Peter Keeler
      Address: P.O. Box 3500
      Austin, TX 78764-3500
      Phone: 512-471-MAYA (471-6292)
      Email: mayameet@...
      Visit the CHAAAC website: www.utexas.edu/research/chaaac

      University Information
      During spring break, many facilities, including some local restaurants will
      be closed or on shortened schedules. For University not related to the
      Meetings, call 512-471-3434.

      Book Exhibit
      There will be a book exhibit of relevant titles by university and other
      presses, Many will offer discounts.

      Libraries
      The U.T. Libraries will be open on a reduced schedule during spring break.
      The justly famous Benson Latin American Library is nearby in Sid Richardson
      Hall next to the LBJ Library.

      Parking
      Automobile access to the main campus is restricted, and parking is by
      permit only, 7pm to 5:45pm, weekdays; note these new, EXTENDED parking
      hours. Free visitor parking is possible in the LBJ Library parking lot.
      There is a pay parking garage on San Jacinto St, between 24th and 26th Sts,
      with entrances on San Jacinto and on Trinity St.

      Restaurants
      For food near the Meetings, the cafeteria at the Thompson Conference Center
      will be open, weekdays only 7:30-3:30. There are restaurants within walking
      distance on Medical Arts St/Robert Dedman Dr, north of Dean Keaton St (26th
      St.), and further away on Guadalupe St.

      Weather
      "Only fools and yankees predict the weather in Texas." Spring weather is
      especially unpredictable; it could be 80 degrees and clear, or 35 and rainy.

      Accommodations
      Austin is a convention town. The Texas state high-school basketball
      tournament and other special events fill local motels during spring break:
      early reservations are a must. During busy periods, the Austin Convention
      and Visitors Bureau maintains a regularly updated list of available rooms.
      Call 512-478-0098. The Days Inn and Rodeway-University will be
      holding blocks of rooms for Mayanists. Approaching the motels, on IH-35,
      Stay On the Lower Level, for local exits. NEW: this year Drury Inn will
      also be saving a block of rooms for us, at a special rate. See below.

      RODEWAY INN-UNIVERSITY: 2900 North Interstate Highway 35, Austin, TX,
      78722. Telephone (512)477-6395.; 1-888-792-9466. On southbound access road
      next to IH-35. Close to campus. No restaurant. Pool.
      DAYS INN: Formerly the STARS INN. 3105 North Interstate Highway 35,
      Austin, TX. 78722. Telephone (512)478-1631;1-800-725-ROOM. Close to campus.
      On northbound access road next to IH-35. Coffee shop. Pool.
      BUDGET INN-CAPITOL (former Rodeway-Capitol): 1201 North Interstate
      Highway 35, Austin, TX. 78702; Telephone (512)472-8331. Farther from
      campus. On north IH-35 access road near the Texas State Capitol. No
      restaurant. Pool.
      DRURY INN Highland Mall: North Interstate Highway 35 at US 290: 919
      Koenig Lane, Austin, TX. Tel: (512-)454-1144; 1-800-DRURY INN (378-7946).
      Slightly further away (straight north on Interstate 35, about 2 miles from
      campus), but with additional amenities for the comparable cost. Ask for our
      special rate: $69.99, $10 per additional person. NOTE: These rooms will be
      held ONLY through Feb 18. With complimentary continental breakfast and free
      internet access in all rooms. Restaurant. Pool.

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      POSTERS

      THE TABLET OF THE 96 'GLYPHS.
      The text of the Tablet of the 96 Glyphs preserves the calligraphic beauty
      of glyphs written with a brush, and indeed it may have been carved by the
      same master that painted its hieroglyphic text. All its fine qualities of
      detail and shading have been admirably captured in Linda Schele's drawing
      of its glyph text, and are faithfully reproduced in a dramatic poster.
      Individual glyphs are roughly one inch by one and one-half inches in size;
      the entire text measures over 12 inches by 28 inches. The poster is 35
      inches wide and 23 inches high, printed in black ink on heavyweight white
      semi-gloss poster stock. Truly a masterpiece of Classic Maya calligraphic
      art, this beautiful poster is available for just $25, postage and handling
      included. The poster comes with a brochure containing a glyph-by-glyph
      translation of the entire text.

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      BOOKS

      MAYA HIEROGLYPHIC WORKSHOP\FORUM NOTEBOOKS:
      Beginning with the IInd Maya Workshop in 1978, Dr. Linda Schele and, after
      1993, her co-presenters, and guest presenters, have prepared a Notebook for
      each Workshop. After 1998, Schele's successors have continued the
      tradition. In 1996, the name was changed from Workshop to Forum.These
      Notebooks not only serve the Workshops, but are also the only published
      materials documenting year by year the advance of the field of Maya
      hieroglyphic decipherment. All Notebooks are spiral bound with heavy
      paper covers. Each is divided into two major sections: an introduction to
      Maya glyphs and an analysis of glyphic texts. The former section is
      up-dated periodically to incorporate new discoveries and interpretations.
      Through the 1988 Workshop, the glyph texts used in the analysis sections
      were Classic period texts from Palenque, the Maya site at which the
      longest inscriptions occur. These texts were divided into three groups, one
      of which was analyzed each year; with relevant updating. Beginning in 1989,
      Workshops focused on other sites and topics, as elaborated below.
      The earliest Notebooks are largely of historical interest, the information
      in them having been superceded by that in later Notebooks, but those still
      in print are listed here for the convenience of individuals and libraries
      desiring to obtain as complete a set of Notebooks as possible.
      1977-1981: I-Vth Workshops: Out of print
      1982: VIth Workshop: $35. 104 pages divided roughly equally between
      explanatory material and analyses of the Palace Tablet, the Temple XVIII
      jambs, and the Tablet of the 96 Glyphs, at Palenque. By Linda Schele.
      1983: VIIth Workshop: $35. 127 pages divided roughly equally between
      explanatory material and analyses of the 3 panels in the Temple of the
      Inscriptions, at Palenque. By Linda Schele.
      1984: VIIIth Workshop: $35. 130 pages divided roughly equally between
      explanatory material and analyses of the texts from the Temples of the
      Cross, Sun, and Foliated Cross at Palenque. By Linda Schele.
      1985: IXth Workshop: $35. 108 pages divided roughly equally between
      explanatory material and analyses of the Palace Tablet, the Temple XVIII
      jambs, the Tablet of the 96 Glyphs, and the Tablet of the Slaves, at
      Palenque. By Linda Schele.
      1986: Xth Workshop: $35. 129 pages divided roughly equally between
      explanatory material and analyses of the 3 panels in the Temple of the
      Inscriptions, at Palenque. By L. Schele.
      1987: XIth Workshop: $35. 150 pages divided roughly equally between
      explanatory material and analyses of the texts from the Temples of the
      Cross, Sun, and Foliated Cross at Palenque. By Linda Schele.
      1988: XIIth Workshop: $35. 113 pages divided roughly equally between
      explanatory material and analyses of the Palace Tablet, the Temple XVIII
      jambs, the Tablet of the Slaves, and the Tablet of the 96 Glyphs, at
      Palenque. By Linda Schele.
      1989: XIIIth Workshop: $35. 127 pages divided roughly equally between
      explanatory material and the texts of Copan. By Linda Schele.
      1990: XIVth Workshop: $35. 174 pages divided roughly equally between
      explanatory material and the texts of Tikal. By Linda Schele.
      1991: XVth Workshop: $35. 200 pages, divided between explanatory material
      and the texts of Yaxchilan. By Linda Schele.
      1992: XVIth Workshop: $35. 259 pages, divided between explanatory material,
      texts from the Group of the Cross at Palenque, and the 1992 discoveries
      about Maya creation and cosmology. By Linda Schele.
      1993: XVIIth Workshop: $35. 165 pages, divided between introductory
      material and the texts and commentary relevant to the Dynastic History of
      Palenque. By Linda Schele and Peter Mathews.
      1994: XVIIIth Workshop: $40. 165 pages, divided between explanatory
      material, and images, texts, and commentary relevant to Venus/Tlaloc
      Warfare and the Peten Wars. By Linda Schele and Nikolai Grube.
      1995: XIXth Workshop: $40. 210 pages, divided between explanatory material,
      and images, text, and commentary on the last 200 years of Classic Maya
      history. By Linda Schele and Nikolai Grube.
      1996: XXth Forum (= Workshop): $45. 226 pages, divided between explanatory
      material, and images, glyph texts, and commentary on Quirigua and Copan:
      Sibling Rivalry in a Classic Period Kingdom. By Linda Schele and Matthew
      Looper.
      1997: XXIst Forum (= Workshop): $45. 247 pages, divided between
      explanatory material, and images, glyphic texts, and commentary on the
      Dresden Codex. By Linda Schele and Nikolai Grube.
      1998: XXIInd Forum (=Workshop):$45. 173 pages. Deciphering Maya Politics.
      Divided between explanatory material and glyphic texts and commentary. By
      Nikolai Grube and Simon Martin.
      1999: XXIIIrd Forum(=Workshop): $45. 174 pages. Language and Linguistic
      Structure of Ancient Maya Writing & Gods and the Supernatural. Divided
      between explanatory material and glyphic texts and commentary. By David
      Stuart, Stephen Houston, and John Robertson.
      2000: XXIVth Forum: $45. 156 Pages. Tikal and Its Neighbors. Introductory
      section by Linda Schele. Tikal section by Nikolai Grube and Simon Martin.
      2001: XXVth Forum: $45. 232 pages. Early Classic Maya Glyphs/Epi-Olmec La
      Mojarra Script. Introductory section by L. Schele, updates by N. Grube.
      Maya section by N. Grube and S. Martin. Epi-Olmec section by Terrence
      Kaufman and John Justeson.
      2002: XXVIth Forum: $45. 155 pages. Palenque and Its Neighbors (including
      Tonina and Comalcalco). Completely rewritten and updated introductory
      section by Nikolai Grube. Texts and drawings section by Grube, Marc Zender,
      and Simon Martin.
      2003: XXVII Forum. Chichen Itza and Its Neighbors. Introduction to
      Hieroglyphics by N. Grube. Chichen/Neighbors section by Grube and Alfonso
      Lacadena. Available after March 20.
      Prices include all shipping and handling. Order on the registration form,
      or from Maya Workshop Foundation, PO Box 3500, Austin Texas 78764-3500. For
      orders outside the US and Canada, contact the Mesoamerican Heritage
      Institute, 510 West Forest, Houston, Texas, 77079-6914 USA. Email:
      mhipkl@....

      MIXTEC NOTEBOOKS: The Mixtec Pictographic Writing Workshop Notebooks bring
      together information from widely scattered, difficult to locate sources, as
      well as new insights and analysis. The current year's Notebook for the
      Workshop will be available at and after the Workshop. The Notebooks are
      prepared by John Pohl, Director of Mixtec Studies at the Texas Meetings,
      with contributions by Robert Williams, and others. Dr. Pohl is a Mixtec
      expert and research archaeologist at UCLA's Fowler Museum. Each volume will
      contain some introductory material with updates and changes, and a body of
      material specific to that year's topic. Each comes spiral-bound with card
      stock covers. The First Notebook, for the 1994 Workshop, covers the Codex
      Zouche-Nuttall. 134 pages, $35. 1995 Workshop: Codex Vindobonensis. 144
      pages, $35. 1996 Workshop: Codex Bodley. 176 pages, $45. 1997 Workshop:
      Borgia Codex. 90 pages, $45. 1998 Workshop: Codex Selden. 135 pages, $45.
      1999 Workshop: Codex Columbino-Becker. 138 pages, $45. 2000 Workshop: the
      frescoes of Mitla and other postclassic murals. 105 pages, $45. 2001
      Workshop: The Selden Roll. $45. 2002 Workshop: Narrative Art, Craft
      Production, and Gift Economy in Postclassic Oaxaca and Related Areas of
      Mexico. Z 43 pages, $45. 2003 Workshop: Codex Nuttall and the Zapotec
      Genealogy. Prices include all shipping and handling. Order on the
      registration form, or from Maya Workshop Foundation, P.O. Box 3500, Austin
      TX 78764-3500.

      MAYA WORKSHOP/FORUM TRANSCRIPTS. Complete transcripts ("Proceedings") of
      the lectures of Dr. Linda Schele, Peter Mathews, Nikolai Grube, Simon
      Martin, David Stuart, Stephen Houston, John Robertson, Terrence Kaufman,
      and John Justeson at the Workshops/Forums on Maya Hieroglyphic Writing at
      the Maya Meetings at Texas are now available. Beginning with 1996, the name
      of the event changed from Workshop to Forum. Transcribed and edited by Phil
      Wanyerka of Southern Illinois University, with the approval and corrections
      of the presenters, each volume contains the verbatim text of approximately
      12 hours of lectures, together with figures, maps, and other useful aids to
      following the text. Each comes spiral-bound, with cardstock covers.
      The Copan lectures (1989 Workshop): 384 pages, $45. The Tikal lectures
      (1990 Workshop): 266 pages, indexed, $40. The Yaxchilan lectures (1991
      Workshop): 254 pages, indexed, $45. The Origins lectures (1992 "Creation"
      Workshop): 243 pages, indexed, $45. The Palenque lectures (1993 Workshop):
      195 pages, indexed, $45. The Star Wars Lectures (1994 "Venus-Tlaloc
      Warfare" Workshop): 202 pages, indexed, $45. The Terminal Classic lectures
      (1995 Workshop): 157 pages, indexed, $45. The Quirigua/Copan lectures
      (1996 Forum = Workshop): 210 pages, indexed, $45. The Dresden Codex
      lectures (1997 Forum): 192 pages, indexed,$45. The Deciphering Maya
      Politics Lectures (1998 Forum): 170 pages, indexed, $45. The Mayan
      Language/Maya Gods lectures (1999 Forum): 216 pages, indexed, $45. The
      Tikal and Neighbors lectures (2000 Forum), $45. The Early Classic
      Glyphs/Epi-Olmec La Mojarra Script lectures (2001 Forum), 224 pages,
      indexed, $45. The Palenque/ Tonina/Comalcalco lectures (2002 Forum): 119
      pages, indexed, $45. Prices include all shipping and handling. Order from
      the Maya Workshop Foundation, P.O.Box 3500, Austin TX 78764-3500, or on the
      registration form.

      THE INSCRIPTIONS OF PALENQUE
      A glyph-by-glyph translation of the major inscriptions Fifteen years is a
      long time in the fast-moving world of Maya Hieroglyphic
      decipherment. Gradually, the original translations offered in the PALENQUE
      TRIAD have gotten out of date. And much more has been learned. Using the
      original format, an updated and corrected second edition is now available:
      together in one volume: the hieroglyphic inscriptions and glyph-by-glyph
      translations and commentary that appear in the Notebooks of
      the 1986, 1987, and 1988 Workshops on Maya Hieroglyphic Writing, updated in
      1999. Not included are the introductory sections of these Notebooks. The
      PALENQUE TRIAD provides a convenient reference to the major inscriptions at
      Palenque, including Palace Tablet, the Tablet of The Slaves, the Tablet of
      the 96 Glyphs, the Temple of the Inscriptions panels, and the texts from
      the Temples of the Cross, Sun, and Foliated Cross. The volume comes
      spiral-bound with cardstock covers. $45, postpaid.

      PIEDRAS NEGRAS DRAWINGS:
      The Maya city of Piedras Negras, with its exquisite lintels, altars, and
      stelae, has long been a source of fascination for artist-epigrapher John
      Montgomery. For years, with skilled hands and painstaking dedication, John
      has labored to produce a complete record of the monuments of that beautiful
      city on the shores of the Usumacinta River. Based on personal observation,
      augmented by descriptions, drawings, and photos of both early and recent
      visitors to the site, some 140 drawings have been completed to date. Many
      of these accurate, highly-regarded drawings have circulated privately for
      use in classes and research workshops at the University of Texas, the Maya
      Meetings at Texas, the Penn Maya Weekend, and elsewhere, allowing John to
      benefit from comments and suggestions from art-historians and epigraphers
      in his production of the final versions. Now, for the first time, the
      Piedras Negras drawings of John Montgomery are publicly available. Up to
      the time of printing (Dec, 1993),
      the very latest completed drawings will be included. Over 140 drawings,
      together with useful tables, king-lists, and other data-compilations and
      analyses generated in recent workshops. Spiral bound, with cardstock
      covers. $45, postpaid. Available from the Maya Workshop Foundation, P.O.
      Box 3500, Austin, TX 78764-3500, or order on the registration form.

      U MUT MAYA BOOKS:
      Cutting edge research and exciting discoveries have been the hallmark of
      the Maya Meetings at Texas from the beginning. Some of the world's greatest
      epigraphers and other Mayanists gather each year at the Long Workshop in a
      think-tank atmosphere to engage important questions. The six volumes of the
      U Mut Maya series present papers, reports, and analyses growing out of the
      Long Workshops- Advanced Seminars of the Maya Meetings at Texas. Edited by
      Tom and Carolyn Jones of Humboldt State University, these very reasonably
      priced volumes are 200-300 pages, perfect bound, and contain articles by
      John Harris, Bruce Frumker, Linnea Wren, Justin Kerr, Nikolai Grube,
      Barbara MacLeod, and many others. Also available is the excellent Humboldt
      State Workshop Notebook, a useful handbook for the study of Maya
      hieroglyphic texts, which focuses on the calendar and the technique of
      structural analysis as tools in decipherment. For complete details contact
      Tom and Carolyn Jones at P.O. Box 564, Bayside
      CA 95524, USA, or call 707-822-1515, fax 707-822-0119.

      CLEVELAND WORKSHOPS TRANSCRIPTS:
      In addition to the transcripts of the Workshops On Maya Hieroglyphic
      Writing at the Maya Meetings at Texas which are described
      above, Phil Wanyerka has also transcribed and edited volumes
      ("Proceedings") on the Cleveland Maya Hieroglyphic Weekend, from
      1987 to the present. These include weekends conducted by Linda Schele,
      Peter Mathews, Justin Kerr, and Barbara MacLeod. Write to Phil at 2293 Judy
      Dr, Parma OH 44134.

      REGISTRATION FORM for the 2003 MAYA MEETINGS AT TEXAS
      and ORDER FORM for POSTERS AND BOOKS

      NAME:____________________________________________________________________________________________________________

      ADDRESS:
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      I PLAN TO ATTEND FOLLOWING SESSIONS OF THE MAYA MEETINGS:
      Texas Symposium. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
      . registration fee. . . . . . . $ 65 . . . . . . . . . . . . $ _________
      Public Lecture: Introducing Maya Glyphs: . . . . . .
      . registration fee. . . . . . . $ 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . $
      _________
      Forum on Maya Hieroglyphic Writing: . . . . . . . . .
      . registration fee. . . . . . . $ 65 . . . . . . . . . . . . $
      _________
      Long Workshop: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
      . registration fee. . . . . . . $225 . . . . . . . . . . . . $
      _________

      TOTAL ENCLOSED FOR THE 2001 MEETINGS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
      . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
      . $_________

      APPLICATION FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE LONG WORKSHOP (ADVANCED SEMINAR)
      I. If you have never participated in a Seminar/Long Workshop before, you
      will be assigned to a group working on the hieroglyphic texts of Palenque,
      or to the Mixtec group. Please attach a separate sheet with your name,
      describing your previous experience, and your preference for Maya or Mixtec
      study.

      II. If you have participated in a Seminar before, give here the year(s) of
      attendance, and texts worked on.


      III. List, in order of preference, 3 topics you would like to work on
      from those offered (e.g. Mixtec).


      BOOKS AND POSTERS

      2003 . . . . . . . . . . Notebook( free to Forum attendees). . . . . .
      . . . . . . . . . . $45 postpaid . . . . . . . .$_________
      2002 . . . . . . . . . . Notebook for the XXVI Forum. . . . . . .
      . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$45 postpaid . . . . . . . .$_________
      2001 . . . . . . . . . . Notebook for the XXV Forum . . . . . .
      . . . . . . . . . . . . $45 postpaid . . . . . . . $_________
      2000 . . . . . . . . . . Notebook for the XXIV Forum . . . . . .
      . . . . . . . . . . . . $45 postpaid . . . . . . .
      $_________
      1999 . . . . . . . . . . Notebook for the XXIII Forum . . . . .
      . . . . . . . . . . . . . $45 postpaid . . . . . . . $_________
      1998 . . . . . . . . . . ..Notebook. for the XXII Forum . . . . . .
      . . . . . . . . . . . . $45 postpaid . . . . . . $ _________
      1997 . . . . . . . . . . Notebook for the XXI Forum . . . . . .
      . . . . . . . . . . . . $45 postpaid . . . . . . $ _________
      1996 . . . . . . . . . . Notebook for the XX Forum . . . . . .
      . . . . . . . . . . . . $45 postpaid . . . . . . $ _________
      1995 . . . . . . . . . . Notebook for the IXX Workshop: . . . .
      . . . . . . . . . . $45 postpaid . . . . . . $ _________
      1994 . . . . . . . . . . Notebook for the XVIII Workshop: . . . .
      . . . . . . . . . . $40 postpaid . . . . . . $ _________
      1993 . . . . . . . . . . Notebook for the XVII Workshop: . . . .
      . . . . . . . . . . $35 postpaid . . . . . . $ _________
      1992 . . . . . . . . . . Notebook for the XVI Workshop: . . . .
      . . . . . . . . . . $35 postpaid . . . . . . $ _________
      1991 . . . . . . . . . . Notebook for the XV Workshop: . . . .
      . . . . . . . . . . $35 postpaid . . . . . . $ _________
      1990 . . . . . . . . . . Notebook for the XIV Workshop: . . . .
      . . . . . . . . . . $35 postpaid . . . . . . $ _________
      1989 . . . . . . . . . . Notebook for the XIII Workshop: . . . .
      . . . . . . . . . . $35 postpaid . . . . . . $ _________
      1988 . . . . . . . . . . Notebook for the XIIth Workshop: . . . .
      . . . . . . . . . . $35 postpaid . . . . . . $ _________
      1987 . . . . . . . . . . Notebook for the XIth Workshop: . . . .
      . . . . . . . . . . $35 postpaid . . . . . . $ _________
      1986 . . . . . . . . . . Notebook for the Xth Workshop: . . . .
      . . . . . . . . . . $35 postpaid . . . . . . $ _________
      1985 . . . . . . . . . . Notebook for the IXth Workshop: . . . .
      . . . . . . . . . . $35 postpaid . . . . . . $ _________
      1984 . . . . . . . . . . Notebook for the VIIIthWorkshop: . . . . .
      . . . . . . . . . $35 postpaid . . . . . . $ _________
      1983 . . . . . . . . . . Notebook for the VIIth Workshop: . . . .
      . . . . . . . . . . $35 postpaid . . . . . . $ _________
      1982 . . . . . . . . . . Notebook for the VIth Workshop: . . . .
      . . . . . . . . . . $35 postpaid . . . . . . $ _________
      TRANSCRIPT . . The 2002 Palenque/Neighbors Forum. . . . . . . . . . .
      . . . . $45 postpaid . . . . . . . .$_________
      TRANSCRIPT . . The 2001 Early Classic/EpiOlmec Forum. . . . . . . . .
      . . $45 postpaid . . . . . . $_________
      TRANSCRIPT . . The 2000 Tikal Forum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
      . . . . . . . . . . . $45 postpaid . . . . . .$_________
      TRANSCRIPT: . . The 1999 Mayan Languages/Maya Gods Forum . . . . . .
      . .$45 postpaid . . . . . . $_________
      TRANSCRIPT: . . The 1998 Deciphering Maya Politics Forum. . . . . . .
      . . . . $45 postpaid . . . . . . $_________
      TRANSCRIPT: . . The 1997 Dresden Codex Forum. . . . . . . . . . . .
      . . . . . . . . $45 postpaid . . . . . . $ _________
      TRANSCRIPT: . . The 1996 Quirigua-Copan Forum. . . . . . . . . . .
      . . . . . . . . . $45 postpaid . . . . . . $ _________
      TRANSCRIPT: . . The 1995 Terminal Classic Workshop: . . . . . . .
      . . . . . . . $45 postpaid . . . . . . $ _________
      TRANSCRIPT: . . The 1994 Star Wars Workshop: . . . . . . . . . . .
      . . . . . . . . $45 postpaid . . . . . . $ _________
      TRANSCRIPT: . . The 1993 Palenque Workshop: . . . . . . . . . . .
      . . . . . . . . . $45 postpaid . . . . . . $ _________
      TRANSCRIPT: . . The 1992 Origins Workshop: . . . . . . . . . . . .
      . . . . . . . . . . $45 postpaid . . . . . . $ _________
      TRANSCRIPT: . . The 1991 Yaxchilan Workshop: . . . . . . . . . . .
      . . . . . . . . . $45 postpaid . . . . . . $ _________
      TRANSCRIPT: . . The 1990 Tikal Workshop: . . . . . . . . .
      .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . $40 postpaid . . . . . . $ _________
      TRANSCRIPT: . . The 1989 Copan Workshop: . . . . . . . . . .
      . . . . . . . . . . $45 postpaid . . . . . . $ _________
      PALENQUE TRIAD: Inscriptions of '86,'87,'88 Notebooks (2nd Edition) . .
      . . . ............ $45 postpaid . . . . . $ _________
      PIEDRAS NEGRAS: Drawings of John Montgomery: . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
      . . . . . $45 postpaid . . . . . . $ _________
      2003 MIXTEC WORKSHOP NOTEBOOK (Zapotec). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
      . . ............ . $45 postpaid . ............... . . . . $__________
      2002 MIXTEC WORKSHOP NOTEBOOK (Coixtlahuaca). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
      ........ $45 postpaid . .................... . . . . $_________
      2001 MIXTEC WORKSHOP NOTEBOOK (Selden Roll) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
      . ....... $45 postpaid . . . . ..................... . $_________
      2000 MIXTEC WORKSHOP NOTEBOOK (Postclassic Frescoes) . . . $45 postpaid . .
      . . ..................... . . .$_________
      1999 MIXTEC WORKSHOP NOTEBOOK (Columbino-Becker) . . . . . . . . . . .
      ..............$45 postpaid . ................... . . . . . $ _________
      1998 MIXTEC WORKSHOP NOTEBOOK (Selden) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
      . ........ . $45 postpaid . . ............ $ _________
      1997 MIXTEC WORKSHOP NOTEBOOK (Borgia): . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
      . . . . $45 postpaid . . . . . . $ _________
      1996 MIXTEC WORKSHOP NOTEBOOK (Bodley): . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
      . . . . $40 postpaid . . . . . . $ _________
      1995 MIXTEC WORKSHOP NOTEBOOK (Vindo-B): . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
      . . . $35 postpaid . . . . . . $ _________
      1994 MIXTEC WORKSHOP NOTEBOOK (Nuttall): . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
      . . . . . $35 postpaid . . . . . . $ _________
      POSTER: THE TABLET OF THE 96 GLYPHS: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
      . . . . . . $25 postpaid . . . . . . $ _________
      TOTAL ENCLOSED FOR BOOKS AND POSTERS . . . . . . . . . . .
      . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $
      _________

      CONTRIBUTION TOWARD BRINGING MAYA TO THE MAYA MEETINGS . . . . . . . . .
      . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$__________

      DONATION IN SUPPORT OF THE MAYA MEETINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
      . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $
      __________

      TOTAL ENCLOSED FOR ALL REGISTRATIONS, BOOKS, AND POSTERS . . . . . .
      . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
      . $ _________
      Mail to: Peter Keeler: : Maya Meetings:: P. O. Box 3500:: Austin,
      Texas 78764-3500:: USA



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      Prices include postage.
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      AND CANADIAN ADDRESSES.

      For book orders in Europe,
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      or 510 West Forest,
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      For the Meetings,
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      but should pay
      UPON ARRIVAL.

      Make checks payable to:
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      Mail to: Peter Keeler::Maya Meetings::PO Box 3500::Austin, Texas 78764-3500



      THE MAYA MEETINGS AT TEXAS
      Lectures, workshops, and research seminars for beginners and advanced scholars
      on indigenous American Culture, including Maya Hieroglyphic Writing, Mixtec
      Codices, and other topics.For more information, or to be on the list for our
      December mailing, contact us at:

      Maya Meetings
      PO Box 3500
      Austin, Texas 78764
      USA
      or email:
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      or call:
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