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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.
|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
|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|