Concrete cast of the stela 14 of the archaeological site of the Maya civilization Seibal, known as El Ceibal in Guatemala, which stands over the tomb of Miguel Angel Asturias, 1974, Nobel Prize-winning Guatemalan writer, Pere Lachaise Cemetery (Cimetiere du Pere-Lachaise) Paris, France, opened 1804, designed by Alexandre-Theodore Brongniart. Named after Pere Francois de la Chaise (1624-1709), confessor to Louis XIV (1638-1713), who lived in the Jesuit house on the site of the chapel. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Concrete cast of the stela 14 of the archaeological site of the Maya civilization Seibal, known as El Ceibal in Guatemala, which stands over the tomb of Miguel Angel Asturias, 1974, Nobel Prize-winning Guatemalan writer, Pere Lachaise Cemetery (Cimetiere du Pere-Lachaise) Paris, France, opened 1804, designed by Alexandre-Theodore Brongniart. Named after Pere Francois de la Chaise (1624-1709), confessor to Louis XIV (1638-1713), who lived in the Jesuit house on the site of the chapel. Picture...
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