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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.
PLATES PAGE
LXII. A Dying Sphinx (a leopard with a human head) that was placed on the top of Prince Coh's Mausoleum 158
LXIII. Javelin Head and Arrow Points, found with the Charred Remains of Prince Coh in his Mausoleum 159
LXIV. Egyptian Sphinx. Reproduced from a photograph by Mr.

Edward Wilson, by his permission

159
LXV. Portrait of Queen Móo. From a demi-relief adorning the entablature of the east façade of the Governor's House at Uxmal 166
LXVI. Portrait of Bishop Landa, second Bishop of Yucatan. From an oil painting in the Chapter Hall of the Cathedral at Merida; reproduced by permission of the present bishop 169
LXVII. Autograph of the Historian, Father Lopez de Cogolludo. The original is in the possession of the present Bishop of Yucatan 173
LXVIII. Mezzo-relievo in Stucco on the Frieze of the Temple of Kabul at Izamal. A Human Sacrifice 197
LXIX. Fresco Painting in the Funeral Chamber of Prince Coh's Memorial Hall. Adepts consulting a Seer 222
LXX. Fresco Painting in the Funeral Chamber of Prince Coh's Memorial Hall. A Female Adept consulting a Magic Mirror 222
LXXI. Part of Façade of the Sanctuary at Uxmal. Image of the Winged Cosmic Circle 218
LXXII. The Lord of the Yucatan Forests. From life 236
LXXIII. Part of Façade of the Sanctuary at Uxmal. Cosmic symbols carved on the trunk of the Mastodon 256