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Physical Geography of the Yucatan Peninsula
- W. Folan
The ruins of the ancient city of Coba are situated in the northeastern sector of the Yucatan Peninsula at 87°40' longitude W and 20°30' latitude N. Part of the ruins are within the confines of… Expand
Verification of a Maya Settlement Model through Remote Sensing
Paleoclimatological Patterning In Southern Mesoamerica
Paleoclimatological and archaeological data indicate a strong correlation between atmospheric and ground moisture and the political and socioeconomic prehistory and history of the Lowland Maya.
Triadic Temples, Central Plazas, and Dynastic Palaces: A Diachronic Analysis of the Royal Court Complex, Calakmul, Campeche, Mexico
Fruit, Fiber, Bark, and Resin: Social Organization of a Maya Urban Center
Quantitative analysis of 3579 trees recorded in the Classic Maya city of Cob�, Quintana Roo, Mexico, indicates a strong relation between the location and quantity of certain trees producing fruit,… Expand
An Examination of Settlement Patterns at Coba, Quintana Roo, Mexico, and Tikal, Guatemala: A Reply to Arnold and Ford
Data from Coba, Quintana Roo, Mexico indicate strongly that Arnold and Ford's (1980) settlement pattern analysis of Tikal, Guatemala is the result of an insufficient sample combined with their… Expand