Author:Philipp J. J. Valentini

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Philipp Johann Josef Valentini
(1828–1899)
A German archaeologist of Italian parentage living in New York who worked on deciphering the Maya writings

Works[edit]

  • The Mexican Calender Stone in "Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society" No. 71, p. 91 (April 1878)
  • Mexican Copper Tools in "Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society" No. 73, p. 81 (April 1879)
  • Katunes of the Maya History in "Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society" No. 74, p. 71 (October 1879)
  • The Landa Alphabet in "Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society" No. 75, p. 59 (April 1880)
  • Mexican Paper in "Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society" No. 76, p. 58 (October 1880)
  • Two Mexican Chal chihuites (1881)
  • The Olmecas and the Tul tecas (1883)
  • A Study of the Voyage of Pinzon to America (1898)
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