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Place and Identity in Classic Maya Narratives
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Ancient lowland Maya complexity as revealed by airborne laser scanning of northern Guatemala
Classic Maya civilization in detail Lidar (a type of airborne laser scanning) provides a powerful technique for three-dimensional mapping of topographic features. It is proving to be a valuable toolExpand
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Veiled Brightness: A History of Ancient Maya Color
Prologue Chapter One. Seeing Color Sensing Color Theorizing Color in the West Comparative Theories of Color Colorizing Mesoamerica A Book on Maya Color Chapter Two. Naming Color Simplex Terms ComplexExpand
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Beans and Glyphs: A Possible IB Logogram in the Classic Maya Script
writing has markedly slowed in the past ten years or so, hundreds of logograms remain to be read. The present paper offers a set of arguments in support of the decipherment of the variant of theExpand
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A King's Apotheosis: Iconography, Text, and Politics from a Classic Maya Temple at Holmul
Excavations at the ancient Maya city of Holmul, Peten, have led to the discovery of a building decorated with an intricately carved and painted plaster frieze. The iconography of the frieze portraysExpand
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Sweet Cacao and Sour Atole: Mixed Drinks on Classic Maya Ceramic Vases
Many Classic Maya painted vessels feature a genre of inscriptions known as the “dedicatory formula” or the “primary standard sequence” (PSS).These texts usually mention the vessel type, its contents,Expand
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The past, now showing in 3D: An introduction
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A range of new measurement and visualization technologies are allowing archaeologists to document and interact with the past in ways that were previously impossible. Expand
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Stela 45 of Naranjo and the Early Classic Lords of Sa'aal
During the 2004 field season of the Project of Archaeological Research and Salvage at the site of Naranjo, Peten, Guatemala, a team of archaeologists led by Dr. Vilma Fialko uncovered Early ClassicExpand
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