The Coxoh Colonial Project and Coneta, Chiapas Mexico: A provincial Maya village under the Spanish conquest

@article{Lee1977TheCC,
  title={The Coxoh Colonial Project and Coneta, Chiapas Mexico: A provincial Maya village under the Spanish conquest},
  author={T. A. Lee and S. Markman},
  journal={Historical Archaeology},
  year={1977},
  volume={11},
  pages={56-66}
}
The Brigham Young University-New World Archaeological Foundation is developing an interdisciplinary research program focused on the upper Grijalva River basin which was occupied at the time of the Spanish conquest principally by indigenous Coxoh Mayan-speakers. Five important Coxoh villages have been identified and located in this region and excavtions are planned at all of them.During the spring of 1975, three months were spent mapping and excavating at Coneta, one of the five villages, in… Expand
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