The logo is the central
part of:
Mural 2
Tepantitla, Room2
Teotihuacán
(150 BC - 750 AD)
Valley of Mexico.

08/26/82, 14:30
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The background is the
Tikal "place glyph" appearing
on Stella 31, Tikal,
(200 BC - 900 AD) Petén, Guatemala.

The glyph is frequently interpreted as depicting a bundle of trade goods suggestive of Tikal's importance as a commercial center connecting the interior and Caribbean regions of the Yucatan Pennsula.

08/11/95, 11:30
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Colorado School of Mines
Division of Liberal Arts and International Studies
Dr. Joseph D. Sneed
jsneed@mines.edu
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