National Geographic : 1953 Aug
© National Geographic Society 4 Archeologists Trailing Prehistory Camp in the Jungle at Canoa On one of the "dry" season's rare sunny days, Dr. Stirling makes notes on his discoveries and Mrs. Stirling cooks dinner. To avoid flooding, they keep house well above river level. Flags represent the National Geo graphic Society and Society of Woman Geographers. 4 Repairing Pots Broken 500 Years Ago Takes Patience and a Delicate Touch In camp at Mojara, Marion Stirling cements ceramics dug up by the expedition's workmen; they will give clues to bygone cultures. The figurine with a hollow head was worshiped as the jaguar god. All fragments are numbered and labeled the day they are found.