This small hotel in downtown Guatemala has hundreds of authentic Mayan artifacts, pots, plates, vases, figurines, and other pre-Columbian art. The FLAAR Photo Archive recently recorded some of the highlights of this collection.

Archaeologists who are working in the Escuintla or Costa Sur area should make a point of visiting this study collection.

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Municipio de Livingston Izabal: places to visit


Q’eqchi’-Spanish-English Dictionary Segments

2012 Prophecies of the end Mayan calendar

3D Scanning Equipment Reviews For Field Work

GigaPan Epic Pro System

Bibliography Mayan dye colorants

TECHNOLOGY, BOOK REVIEWS on Digital Imaging, especially 3D

Private Museums of Mayan Archaeology



Agriculture, diet, food

Maya Vase Rollouts

Minerals & Stones Pre-columbian Mesoamerica

Maya ethnohistory

Trees of Mesoamerica

Mayan languages of Guatemala

Museums of Mayan Archaeology

Carlos Pellicer, Tabasco

Lectures on Maya topics Now available

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Guatemala City


Baja Verapaz

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