It’s possible that the alabaster vessel does not name the person in the tomb. A later royal could have appropriated it to rub shoulders with the great queen in the underworld, for instance. This is unlikely because the ceramic vessels in the tomb date to Lady Snake Lord’s period. Other artifacts in the tomb confirm that she was a queen of the Late Classic period. A red spiny oyster shell found on the skeleton’s lower torso is characteristic of girdle ornaments worn by Waka’ queens, and a carved jade head was found in the tomb much like the ones K’abel wears around her neck on the Cleveland stela.
I love the 1976 Grand Prix season. I read the books long before the movie came out, but I guess that’s why they made a movie. The story is amazing, and like most stories, the book is so much better than the movie. If you like Rush, you are going to loose your mind when you read the books. There are maybe 4 now. Shunt is the most recent which was put out in 2010, but the original biography by Gerald Donaldson is the one to read.
Amelia Earhart Research Paper: Amelia Mary Earhart was born on 24 July 1897 in Atchison, Kansas, the daughter of a lawyer Edwin Earhart. Edwin’s wife, Amy, was the daughter of a local judge. Amelia was the oldest child in the