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Archive for ‘Maya’
A Confederate Curio
Coming soon to a Mexicon near you…
Fond Farewell to DC; Dispatch from New York
Farewell to James Doyle — Dumbarton Oaks. I was kindly invited by Dumbarton Oaks to contribute to the newsletter to […]
Why Archaeology Matters Podcast
Why Archaeology Matters, November 13, 2013 The episode of Indiana Jones: Myth, Reality and 21st Century Archaeology, titled “Why Archaeology […]
Why Archaeology Matters: A Crisis in Federal Funding of Archaeological Research
Originally posted on Trowel Points:
Tune in at 6PM ET tonight to hear us discuss the recent attacks on National Science…
Notes from the Cenote
While at the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology at Harvard University, we saw some very special materials made of […]
Why Research on Mayan Architecture Saves Lives
“With limited funding, we must prioritize. Congress is right to ask why NSF chooses to fund research on Mayan architecture […]
Spectacular finds from Holmul, my old stomping grounds, via National Geographic. And, just for fun, I dug up an […]
The ancient Maya meet the modern Internet
The Washington Post highlights David Stuart’s Maya Decipherment blog. See also our post on El Mirador.
Ceibal in Science
News from the team working at Ceibal, Guatemala, from Science.