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Area professor breaks new ground on Maya

Area professor breaks new ground on Maya
trefwoorden: Maya's - datering - 7e eeuw
Findings by a Texas State University-San Marcos professor at an archaeological site in Belize have pushed back the date for the rise of the Maya civilization to 300 years earlier than previously believed.
Anthropology professor James J. Garber has worked at the site, known as Blackman Eddy, each summer since 1990. Although smaller than many other Maya ruins, it was a major cultural center in the Upper Belize Valley.

Lees verder bij: My San Antonio (28 september 2003)