Queen moo and the egyptian sphinx pdf

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queen moo and the egyptian sphinx pdf

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The Plongeons undertook the first excavation of Chichen Itza in , and based their theories about Queen Moo on the murals and inscriptions that they found there. It is generally accepted that Plongeon's theories are not supported by the archaeological evidence, therefore Queen Moo is considered an actual character. Augustus Le Plongeon believed that Queen Moo was a historical Mayan queen whose life was documented in the carved bas reliefs, statues and paintings he found at Chichen Itza. She chose Coh as her mate, and Prince Aac killed him in a jealous rage. Queen Moo's name was drawn from the Mayan word for macaw, based on the bird imagery in the Mayan representations of her figure. Plongeon claimed that the Egyptian Sphinx , with its cat body and human head, was built by Queen Moo to honor her dead husband. Augustus Le Plongeon found a jade pendant during his excavations of Chichen Itza.
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5 COMMENTS

  1. Antonio I. says:

    Queen Móo and the Egyptian sphinx / by Augustus Le Plongeon about the original images and the derived formats (OCR results, PDF etc.).

  2. Brittany S. says:

    Bhagavata, Purana.

  3. Baytaibasmu says:

    This work is in the public domain in its country of origin and other countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus years or fewer.

  4. Lirienne C. says:

    Egyptian Sphinx. Reproduced from a photograph by Mr. Edward Wilson, by his permission . LXV. Portrait of Queen Moo. From a demi-relief adorning the.

  5. William D. says:

    This work is in the public domain in its country of origin and other countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus years or fewer.

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