Book of Mormon Mesoamerican Geography: Book and Map by V. Garth Norman – Archaeologist (2003). Illustrations and commentary on evidences in Mesoamerica of ancient trans-oceanic migrations from the Middle East to Mesoamerica–including Cubits, hieroglyphics, artifacts, etc. (To purchase, please contact the author, Garth Norman: email@example.com)
Book of Mormon Mesoamerican Geography: History Study Map by V. Garth Norman (2000). Main cities and lands of the Book of Mormon are shown. All Book of Mormon geography references are on the back of the map. (Download PDF or Full Resolution PDF )
Izapa Sacred Space: Sculpture Calendar Codex – Birthplace of the Maya Calendar by V. Garth Norman- Archaeologist, Epigrapher, Archaeo-astronomer (2012). Izapa is the Birthplace of the Sacred Maya 260-Day Calendar which is measured at Izapa from August 13 to April 30. The book has 280 pages replete with original photos by the author of Izapa stelae, line tracings and site maps and illustrations. Also, most recent RTI digital photo of Stela 5 “Tree of Life” monument that verifies the original 1965 photos and Norman’s original photos and drawings. (Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Ancient Temple Center Izapa: A Self-Guided Tour Book by V.Garth Norman (2010) English and Spanish. Illustrations of Izapa’s main hieroglyphic monuments with short descriptions and the Calendar month for each monument. (Contact: email@example.com)
The Parowan Gap: Nature’s Perfect Observatory by V. Garth Norman (Cedar Fort Inc. Publishers 2007). 211 pages of illustrations of petroglyphs at the Parowan Gap, Utah, which include stone markers and petroglyphs that record the sacred Maya 260-Day Calendar from August. 13 to April 30. (Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Izapa Sculpture Album & Text by V. Garth Norman (Archaeologist) NWAF – New World Archaeological Foundation 1973 & 1976 Scholarly Publications – Two Volumes (430 total pages) with original photographs and descriptions of Izapa stelae carved anciently (400 BC) at the ancient Izapa Temple Center in Southern Mexico.