Preliminary Report of the Conference on the Prehistoric Ceramics of the Maya Lowlands 1965

Patrick Culbert

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During the “great explorer” period of Maya archaeology, roughly 1839 to 1925, interest was centered on the ceremonial architecture, the sculpture, the hieroglyphic texts, and the occasional spectacular tombs which were found. Pottery was of interest mainly as tomb furniture or as examples of ancient aesthetics. Chronological value was incidental and implicit.


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prehistoric ceramic

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.19130/iifl.ecm.1967.6.285

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