National Geographic : 1993 Nov
by a plow-as suggested by the photographic backdrop above. In an astonishing coincidence, his left shoulder bears the name glyph of the spirit companion of Harvest Mountain Lord. Epigraphists used the statuette's glyphs, Maya symbols, and an early form of Zoquean, a lan guage ancestral to four spoken in the area today, to decode the La Mojarra stela.
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