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Analysis of the chipped stone artifacts of El Mirador, Guatemala
William R. Fowler
by New World Archaeological Foundation, Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah
Written in English
References cited: p. 29-30.
|Statement||by William R. Fowler, Jr. ; artifact illustrations by Sarah Moore.|
|Series||Notes of the New World Archaeological Foundation -- no. 5.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||30 p. :|
|Number of Pages||30|
The rich Maya history of El Mirador and Tikal adds an extra dimension to a visit to Guatemala, where ancient sites and thriving cultures continue to draw modern-day visitors. Maya Artifacts Found in Guatemala and an inscribed stone slab unlike anything ever found in the region. "It's an incredible site," said archaeologist Richard Hansen, excavator of El Mirador, in central Guatemala, a famous pre-classic Maya site. "All of a sudden we have this interesting cluster, and it's earlier than anything else in the.
El Mirador was the center for trade in the region as artifacts made of jade, obsidian, granite, quartzite, and ceramics from other areas were found in the city. The jade came from the central Guatemalan region of Rio Motagua, obsidian from the San Martin Jilotepeque and El Chayal regions, shells from the coasts of the Caribbean and the Pacific. An analysis of obsidian artifacts from the Classic site of Nohmul and a review of other data on stone tool manufacture lead to the conclusion that specialized production of elite paraphernalia may have been centrally controlled, while the manufacture of subsistence items was based on direct, consumer-producer by:
Analysis of the Chipped Stone Artifacts of El Mirador, Guatemala by William R. Fowler, Jr. (pp. ) Review by: Kenneth L. Brown DOI: / Analysis of the Chipped Stone Artifacts of El Mirador, Guatemala. Notes of the New World Archae- ological Foundation No. 5. New World Archaeological Foundation, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah. Hay, C. A. Kaminaljuyu Obsidian: Lithic Analysis and the Economic Organization ofa Prehistoric Maya Chiefdom.
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Chipped Stone Artifact Analysis Lab Director: James L. Moore. Stone tools were used by people living in New Mexico from Paleoindian times into the early twentieth century, and that makes their study integral to understanding past lifeways.
The analysis of chipped stone artifacts can tell us quite a bit about the people who made and used them. Analysis of the Chipped Stone Artifacts of El Mirador, Guatemala by Fowler, William R. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now Guatemala book El Mirador today is part of the Mirador-Río Azul National Park, which itself is part of the Maya Biosphere Reserve, an 8,square-mile tract of rain forest in.
El Mirador flourished from about the 6th century BCE to the 1st century CE, reaching its height from the 3rd century BCE. Then it experienced a hiatus of construction and perhaps abandonment for generations, followed by re-occupation and further construction in the Late Classic era, and a final abandonment about the end of the 9th century.
The civic center of the site covers some Location: El Petén, Guatemala. Analysis of the Chipped Stone Arti- facts of El Mirador, Guatemala. Notes of the New World Archaeological Founda- tion, No. Provo: Brigham Young Uni- versity. Archeologists have uncovered carved stucco panels depicting cosmic monsters, gods and serpents in Guatemala's northern jungle that are the oldest known depictions of a famous Mayan creation myth.
Analysis of the chipped stone artifacts of El Mirador, Guatemala / by William R. Fowler, Jr; Excavations at El Mirador, Petén, Guatemala: the Danta and Monos complexes; The ceramics of El Mirador, Peten, Guatemala / by Donald W.
Forsyth; Excavations in the Tigre Complex El Mirador, Peten, Guatemala: El Mirador Series, part 3 / by Richard D. You can visit El Mirador on a five-day trek from the village of Carmelitas, itself a three-hour drive from the tourist hub of Flores.
It’s easy to book tours in town. Be prepared for a grueling walk through hot, wet jungle. You will sleep in tents along the way, and most likely be woken up by howler monkeys in the mornings. El Mirador is a large pre-Columbian Mayan settlement, located in the north of the modern department of El Petén, Guatemala.
Discovery El Mirador was first discovered inand was photographed from the air inbut the remote site deep in the jungle had little more attention paid to it until Ian Graham spent some time there making the.
El Mirador is an expansive pre-Classic Mayan city that untilremained unknown. Still covered in thick vegetation, with trees sprouting from the rocky ruins, El Mirador Guatemala is one of the best examples of the architectural and spiritual achievements of.
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El Mirador, Guatemala: Form and function. The Causeways ('Sacbeib' / 'White-roads') An additional feature of El Mirador is the quantity and size of causeways (see above), internally linking important architectural compounds, and externally linking the numerous major ancient cities within the Mirador Basin during the latter part of the Middle and Late Preclassic periods.
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March6-day trek including El Tintal, El Mirador, Nakbe, and La Florida. Trace element analysis of obsidian artifacts from Moho Cay, Belize, reveals that the obsidian derives primarily from the El Chayal outcrop in highland Guatemala and. km and 5 days of pure jungle walk in Guatemala, takes us to the magnificent ruins of the Mayan empire, the city of Reino Kan kingdom - El Mirador.
Mud, deep water and almost impenetrable jungle.FARES, GHF, PACUNAM, and the Government of Guatemala have formally opened the site of El Mirador, the largest Maya complex in the world, to the public including complete restoration of the entire complex of El Mirador, the namesake for Mirador Archaeological and Wildlife Preserve, containing the oldest and largest pyramid in the Maya world – La Danta.