Posted: Friday, June 28, 2019. 1:46 pm CST.
By Aaron Humes: The Institute of Archaeology, a subset of the National Institute of Culture and History (NICH), kicked off its annual Belize Archaeology Symposium at the San Ignacio Resort Hotel in Cayo on Wednesday.
The brightest minds and most well-known names in Maya architecture and archaeology have presented for the last three days on various aspects of the Maya world.
Participants are discussing findings on nearly all major Maya sites in Belize, from Cerros and Santa Rita in the North to Pacbitun in the South, and even a few out of the way ones like St. George’s Caye.
The theme of the annual conference was: “From the Early Formative to the Postclassic in Northern and Southern Belize: Challenges to the Narrative in Ancient Maya Civilization.”
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