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Chac Mool, de Chichén Itzá


Chacmool excavated by Augustus Le Plongeon (d. 1908) from the Platform of the Eagles and Jaguars at Chichen Itza, Yucatan. 1875.

I presume this is one of the late 20th century prints of Le Plongeon's 19th century negatives made by Lawrence Gustave Desmond. Clearly photo is not from when sculpture was in sito; presumably taken when it was either in Piste or Merida. -- Infrogmation 20:49, 9 July 2006 (UTC)

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