Published June 1967
by Univ Museum Pubns .
Written in English
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Tikal book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. During the first millennium AD, one of the world's great civilizations appeared in t /5. Tikal book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Tikal book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Start by marking “Tikal: A Handbook of the Ancient Maya Ruins” as Want to Read: Want to Read saving /5(9). The first half of TiHKAL is an excellent commentary on the Shulgin's personal experiences with tryptamines. It also contains a complete cross-index into the chemicals of the second half. Purchasing a copy is highly recommended. The book may be ordered through Transform Press, for $ ($ + $4 p&h). Box , Berkeley, CA Apr 21, · While this book cannot cover in detail every aspect of Tikal or Maya history, religion, culture, and myths like the wonderful epic fable of Popul Vuh, it is the most complete and updated visitor guide to Tikal found anywhere. Also, the size of the paperback book is easy to pack and carry with you/5(10).
Comment: This book is a solid readable copy. Minor cosmetic bruises and bumps keep it from being gift quality. Pages are clean, but may show minor writing, and stickers. Previous owner may have inscribed their name. Discs, Codes, Patterns, Access codes etc. should be considered as not present, unless otherwise noted. Fast Shipping - Safe and Cited by: ABOUT THIS HTML VERSION OF PiHKAL This is the online version of the second half of the book "PiHKAL: A Chemical Love Story" by Alexander and Ann Shulgin. It is presented with the express permission of the authors in order to spread the factual information as widely as possible and make it permanently available in the public domain. Tikal is the best understood of any of the large lowland Maya cities, with a long dynastic ruler list, the discovery of the tombs of many of the rulers on this list and Designated: (3rd session). Thanks for the input Mongo! I am sorry for the confusion, but the book is titled “Tikal” and the descriptions are clear that it is a detailed guide for visiting the Maya archaeological site of Tikal and the surrounding area. To go into that kind of detail for the rest of Central America or even just Guatemala would require a massive book.
Tikal book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This concise illustrated volume recounts Tikal's rise from prehistoric obscuri /5. Feb 27, · Peter Harrison's book The Lords of Tikal describes the total history of Tikal or 'place of the spirits' covering its beginning in the Middle Preclassic through the Late and Terminal Classic periods. In doing this he gives a wonderful history of the cities rulers and the development of their architecture/5(15). Aug 20, · Tikal is a complex of Mayan ruins deep in the rainforests of northern Guatemala. Historians believe the more than 3, structures on the site are the remains. Shows. This Day In History. Sep 12, · Nowhere near absorbing as Peters' novel Inca, Tikal is decently entertaining but suffers from slow pacing and lack of likable characters. flag Like · see review Jan 26, Meredith marked it as never-finished · review of another edition/5.