2 edition of Ceramic sequence at Uaxactun, Guatemala. found in the catalog.
Ceramic sequence at Uaxactun, Guatemala.
Robert Eliot Smith
by Middle American Research Institute, Tulane University in New Orleans
Written in English
Bibliography: v. 1, p. 205-211.
|Series||Tulane University. Middle American Research Institute. Publication, no. 20, Publication (Tulane University. Middle American Research Institute) ;, no. 20.|
|LC Classifications||F1421 .T95 no. 20|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||57001072|
The researchers’ ceramic sequence, which uses the method of type:variety-mode classification, spans approximately 1, years and encompasses nine ceramic complexes and one sub-complex. The highly illustrated book is formatted as a catalog of the types of ceramics in a chronological framework. Guatemala City, the museum keeps numerous artifacts of his analysis of Uaxactun ceramic vessels (Smith ). Tepeu I is dated between – A.D. (Sharer Ceramic Sequence at Uaxactun, Guatemala. Volume 1 and 2. (Middle American Research Institute, Tulane University.
TWO RECENT CERAMIC FINDS AT UAXACTUN The following paper records, in preliminary form, two groups of ceramic materials discovered in at the ruins of the Old Empire Maya city of Uaxactun, in the northern part of the Department of El Peten, Guatemala.1 Definitive publications upon the archaeology of Uaxactun must await the con-. The Ceramic Sequence of the Holmul Region, Guatemala illustrates the archaeological ceramics of these prehistoric Maya sites in a study that provides a theoretical starting point for answering questions related to mid- and high-level issues of archaeological method and theory in the Maya area and larger Mesoamerica. The researchers’ ceramic.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Smith, Robert Eliot, Ceramic sequence at Uaxactun, Guatemala. New Orleans, Middle American Research Institute, Tulane University, Full Title: Publicat Vol.
II, Ceramic Sequence at Uaxactun, Guatemala, Volume II. Author: Robert E. Smith. Date Published: Description ; Description. This two-volume work presents the first comprehensive description and analysis of the archaeological ceramics recovered at a Maya site.
The Uaxactun pottery was excavated by a. Maya Ceramic Varieties, Types, and Wares at Uaxactun: Supplement to Ceramic Sequence at Uaxactun, Guatemala [Robert E. Smith, James C. Gifford] on. A Study of the Herpetofauna of the Uaxactun-Tikal Area of Northern El Peten, Guatemala and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Uaxactún, ruined ancient Mayan city of the southern lowlands, located in what is now north-central Guatemala, about 12 miles (20 Guatemala.
book north of the ancient Mayan city of ún was a ceremonial centre of only modest size, compared with Tikal, but it has been important in Mayan archaeology because intensive excavations made there by archaeologists of the Carnegie Institution of.
Ceramic sequence at Uaxactun, Guatemala (Volumes I and II) Smith, Robert E. (Robert Eliot) Published by Middle American Research Institute, Tulane University, New Orleans ().
Journals & Books; Help Central America, inhabitants recycled ceramic fragments Guatemala. book tools for the making of pottery. Considering pottery as a tool is by no means an easy task and requires, for its study, significant methodological innovation.
R.E. SmithCeramic sequence at Uaxactun, Guatemala. Middle American Research Institute. Located 14 miles (23 km) north of Tikal, Uaxactun is a smaller but archeologically significant Maya site.
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This two-volume work presents the first comprehensive description and analysis of the archaeological ceramics recovered at a Maya site. The Uaxactun pottery was excavated by a Carnegie Institute of Washington expedition between.
“Ceramic Sequence at Uaxactun, Guatemala. Volume I y II”. Middle American Research, Research Institute, Tulane University. New Orleans. Published in Cooperation with Carnegie Institution of Washington. Publication No. 20 Vol II. Uaxactun (pronounced [waʃakˈtun]) is an ancient sacred place of the Maya civilization, located in the Petén Basin region of the Maya lowlands, in the present-day department of Petén, site lies some 12 miles (19 km) north of the major center of Tikal.
The name is. The Carnegie Institution of Washington's – Uaxactun Project, one of the first large-scale excavations in the Maya area, established the role of dirt archaeology in Maya studies. The present study Ineighteen manos (grinding stones) were selected by Graham from the Seibal and Uaxactun collections at the Peabody Museum, Harvard University (see Table 1).
The sites of Seibal and Uaxactun are located in the Peten region of Guatemala, c. and km, respectively, from the Mountain Pine Ridge granitic zone in Belize. In The hand-book of Middle American Indians, edited by Robert Wauchope, Vol. – University of Texas Press. Smith, Robert E., and Gifford, James C.
Maya ceramic varieties, types and wares at Uaxactun: supplement to “Ceramic sequence at Uaxactun, Guatemala.” Tulane University, Middle American Research Institute Publication Recent monument worship in lowland Guatemala / Robert Ritzenthaler.
A late preclassic village in Santa Rosa, Guatemala / Michael D. Coe. Maya ceramic varieties, types, and wares at Uaxactun: supplement to "Ceramic sequence at Uaxactun, Guatemala" / Robert E.
Smith and James C. Gifford. The result is a book that serves both as a valuable resource for archaeologists involved in pottery classification, analysis, and interpretation and as an illuminating exploration of ancient Mayan culture.
Ceramic sequence at Uaxactun, Guatemala  Smith, Robert Eliot, ; New Orleans, Middle American Research Institute, Tulane.
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New Orleans: Middle American Research Institute. Tulane University, Google Scholar. Maya ceramic varieties, types and wares at Uaxactun: A supplement to ceramic sequence at Uaxactun, Guatemala (Vol. 28). New Orleans: Middle American Research Institute, Tulane University. Google Scholar. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link).
Uaxactún (wah-shahk-toon), 23km north of Tikal along an unpaved road through the jungle, was Tikal's political and military rival in Late Preclassic was conquered by Tikal's Chak Tok Ich'aak I (King Great Jaguar Paw) in the 4th century, and was subservient to its great sister to the south for centuries thereafter, though it experienced an apparent resurgence during the Terminal.Ceramic sequence at Uaxactun, Guatemala (2 vols).
Middle American Research Institute, Publication The pottery of Mayapan (2 vols). Peabody Museum, Harvard University, Papers Smith, Robert E., and James C. Gifford Maya ceramic varieties, types and wares at Uaxactun: supplement to "ceramic sequence at Uaxac-tun, Guatemala.". Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala, Nueva Guatemala de la Asunción.
Barthel, Thomas S. Gedanken zu einer bemalten Schale aus Uaxactun. Baessler-Archiv – Blom, Frans F. Report of Mr. Frans Blom on the Preliminary Work at Uaxactun, Guatemala.
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