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The fundamental principles of Old and New world civilizations: a comparative research based on a study of the ancient Mexican religious, sociological and calendrical systems.

Title:The fundamental principles of Old and New world civilizations: a comparative research based on a study of the ancient Mexican religious, sociological and calendrical systems.
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Note:Cambridge, Mass., Peabody Museum of American archaeology and ethnology, 1901
  
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Subject:Indians, North American
Subject:Civilization
Subject:Swastikas
Subject:Calendar
Subject:Mythology
Subject:Calendar, Mexican
Subject:Mayas
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