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Investigaciones arqueológicas en la antigua capital maya de Tamarindito edited by Markus Eberl and Claudia Marie Vela González. xii+174 pages; illustrated throughout in black & white. Spanish text with English Abstract. Available both in print and Open Access
. Paris Monographs in American Archaeology 45
. ISBN 9781784913854. £24.00 (No VAT).
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The Watery Scroll rulers selected the ancient Maya site of Tamarindito as their capital. First settled around 300 BC, the site served as their seat from the fifth through the eighth century AD. After the collapse, people continued to live at Tamarindito for several generations. Archaeological investigations provide a comprehensive perspective on social dynamics and change in an ancient Maya capital.
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