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Excavations in Residential Areas of Tikal

Groups With Shrines (University Museum Monograph)

by Marshall Joseph Becker

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Published by Univ Museum Pubns .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indigenous peoples,
  • North America,
  • Archaeology,
  • Ethnic Studies - Native American Studies,
  • Social Science,
  • Antiquities,
  • Dwellings,
  • Guatemala,
  • Land settlement patterns, Prehistoric,
  • Mayas,
  • Settlement patterns, Prehistor,
  • Tikal Site,
  • Tikal Site (Guatemala),
  • Sociology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages125
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11449155M
    ISBN 100924171715
    ISBN 109780924171710


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Excavations in Residential Areas of Tikal—Nonelite Groups Without Shrines is a two-volume presentation of the excavations carried out in and near small residential structures at Tikal, Guatemala, beginning in These reports show that Tikal was more than a ceremonial center; in addition to its numerous temples, the great Maya city was home to a large Author: William A.

Haviland. Excavations in Residential Areas of Tikal--Groups with Shrines: Tikal Report 21 (University Museum Monographs) by Marshall J. Becker (Author)Author: Marshall J.

Becker. Tikal Report 22 presents the results of excavations carried out in residential group 7F-1 at Tikal in Guatemala during the, and seasons. As with similar Tikal Reports (TR 19, TR 20A/20B, and TR 21), TR 22 is devoted to the presentation of detailed excavation data and : William A.

Haviland. Excavations in Small Residential Groups of Tikal, Groups 4F-1 and 4F Tikal Report 19 (University Museum Monograph 58) [Haviland, William A.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Excavations in Small Residential Groups of Tikal, Groups 4F-1 and 4F Tikal Report 19 (University Museum Monograph 58)Author: William A.

Haviland. summary Excavations in Residential Areas of Tikal—Nonelite Groups Without Shrines is a two-volume presentation of the excavations carried out in and near small residential structures at Tikal, Guatemala, beginning in Excavations in Residential Areas of Tikal—Nonelite Groups Without Shrines is a two-volume presentation of the excavations carried out in and near small residential structures at Tikal, Guatemala, beginning in These reports show that Tikal was more than a ceremonial center; in addition to its numerous temples, the great Maya city was home to a large.

In this Book. Tikal Report 22 presents the results of excavations carried out in residential group 7F-1 at Tikal in Guatemala during the, and seasons. As with similar Tikal Reports (TR 19, TR 20A/20B, and TR 21), TR 22 is devoted to the presentation of detailed excavation data and analysis.

Excavations in Residential Areas of Tikal—Groups with Shrines Tikal Report 21 Marshall J. Becker. pages | 8 1/2 x 11 | illus. Cloth | ISBN | $s | Outside the Americas £ Distributed for the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Excavations in Residential Areas of Tikal—Group 7F-1 Tikal Report 22 William A.

Haviland. pages | 8 1/2 x 11 | 43 illus. Cloth | ISBN | $s | Outside the Americas £ Ebook editions are available from selected online vendors Distributed for the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.

Citation Information. Excavations in Residential Areas of Tikal--Nonelite Groups Without Shrines. Tikal Report 20A. University of Pennsylvania Press.

(pp. ) This is the second of three accounts of excavation in small, presumably residential structures of Tikal. As such, it constitutes a sequel to TR.

19, which details work done in Gp. 4F-1 and 2. Those were the first two small-structure groups excavated at Tikal, and much of the discussion here builds on data presented in TR.

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Excavations in Residential Areas of Tikal--Group 7F-1 Book Description: Tikal Report 22 presents the results of excavations carried out in residential group 7F-1 at Tikal in Guatemala during the, and seasons.

Book Description: Excavations in Residential Areas of Tikal-Nonelite Groups Without Shrines is a two-volume presentation of the excavations carried out in and near small residential structures at Tikal, Guatemala, beginning in Haviland, William A.

Excavations in Residential Areas of Tikal--Nonelite Groups Without Shrines Tikal Report 20A. Becker, Excavations in Residential Areas of Tikal—Groups with Shrines: Tikal Report 21 (hc ) Becker/Betancourt, Richard Berry Seager: Archaeologist and Proper Gentleman (hc ) Beetz/Satterthwaite, The Monuments and Inscriptions of Caracol, Belize (hc ) Behrens/Loding, Dumu-e2-dub-ba-a: Studies in Honor of Åke W.

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Tikal’s excavation works were largely done in strong collaboration with the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Before any excavation of the main building, trial excavations were done in minor buildings far away from the main ceremonial site.

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Excavations in Residential Areas of Tikal-Nonelite Groups Without Shrines is a two-volume presentation of the excavations carried out in and near small residential structures at Tikal, Guatemala. Tikal Report 20A is a descriptive presentation of the excavation data and includes nearly two hundred illustrations.

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Stanley Loten University of. The first substantial, controlled excavation at Tikal was carried out in in a relatively small but formal ceremonial cluster well to the southwest of the central plaza area of Tikal (Coe and Broman ).

This excavation proved to be germane to the whole problem of site layout and the functioning of its parts. The. Excavations in residential areas of Tikal: non-elite groups without shrines: the excavations (Tikal Reports 20A; University Museum Monographs ).

Take plenty of water, mosquito repellent and a good pair of hiking boots. Discover Tikal and enjoy the largest ceremonial center in the Maya World.

Don't forget to visit the museums. The Morley Museum is a small building, close to the parking area where some of Tikal's most valuable ceramics and objects are kept.

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William A. Haviland. Out of Stock.Tikal was excavated by a team of archaeologists from U Penn's museum, where many artifacts may be found. The dig went on between and It was the largest excavation project in the world and it went on year round instead of by short field seasons.Tikal (/ t i ˈ k ɑː l /) (Tik’al in modern Mayan orthography) is the ruin of an ancient city, which was likely to have been called Yax Mutal, found in a rainforest in Guatemala.

It is one of the largest archaeological sites and urban centers of the pre-Columbian Maya is located in the archaeological region of the Petén Basin in what is now northern on: Flores, Petén Department, Guatemala.