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Chiapas

(1993, p.131) Arguments from the 1940s to the 1970s have centered on a time of 300 CE of the use of bark clothing by the Mayans. Ethnolinguistic studies lead to the names of two villages in Mayan territory that relate the use of bark paper, Excachaché (place where white bark trusses are smoothed) and Yokzachuún (over the white paper) Anthropologist Marion mentions that in Lacandones (Lacandones Region), in Chiapas, the Mayans were still manufacturing and using bark clothing in the 1980s. For these reason it was probably the Maya to first propagate knowledge about the making of bark paper, spreading it through southern Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, Honduras and El Salvador when it was at its height in the pre Classic period (Mesoamerican chronology). López Binnqüist, page 81 Commons:Category:Chiapas


Quito

. These studies lead to the decision of the Board of Directors to acquire Embraer’s 170 190 planes. This decision implied a letter of intent of purchase of 2 models of the 170 series and 1 of the 190 series, while at the same time keeping open the possibility to acquire 4 more planes of the 190 series, all of these from the Brazilian manufacturer. *Santa Rosa (Santa Rosa, El Oro) (Regional del Sur Airport) *Quito (Mariscal Sucre International Airport) '''Hub''' *Galapagos Islands (San Cristóbal Airport) tDR has consulted on the re-branding of the city of Quito, capital of Ecuador, and was the only non-national design company to be invited to propose a new flag for Slovenia. Brain Aided Design SoYo: The Designers Republic tDR was also commissioned to create a logo and general graphic design by French musician-producer Julien Civange for its Music2Titan mission to take music on the European Space Agency's Cassini–Huygens probe to the moon Titan (Titan (moon)) in 2004. http: www.music2titan.com commons:Quito


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Honduras

(in stone) dating from the period contains depictions of items thought to be paper. For example, Monument 52 from the Olmec site of San Lorenzo Tenochtitlán illustrates a personage adorned with ear pennants of folded paper. Miller and Taube (1993, p.131) Arguments from the 1940s to the 1970s have centered on a time of 300 CE of the use of bark clothing by the Mayans. Ethnolinguistic studies lead to the names of two villages in Mayan territory that relate the use of bark paper, Excachaché (place where white bark trusses are smoothed) and Yokzachuún (over the white paper) Anthropologist Marion mentions that in Lacandones (Lacandones Region), in Chiapas, the Mayans were still manufacturing and using bark clothing in the 1980s. For these reason it was probably the Maya to first propagate knowledge about the making of bark paper, spreading it through southern Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, Honduras and El Salvador when it was at its height in the pre Classic period (Mesoamerican chronology). López Binnqüist, page 81 Commons:Category:Honduras wikipedia:Honduras


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