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Inomata and Triadan Received NSF Funding for Subvention Costs

With support from the National Science Foundation, Drs. Takeshi Inomata and Daniela Triadan will publish the results of archaeological investigations conducted during the first phase of the Aguateca Archaeological Project from 1996 through 2003. Extensive excavations in an elite residential area and the royal palace at the Classic Maya site of Aguateca, located in the western Peten, Guatemala, uncovered a rare case of rapid abandonment around AD 810. In situ artifact assemblages which... Read more