Maya Lowlands (Geographic Keyword)

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Appendix A: Relational Database Structure for Artifacts and Proveniences (17 Variables) (2008)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Hattula Moholy-Nagy.

Appendix A - a text document - presents the structure of the combined artifact and provenience databases, which comprises 17 variables. The artifact database includes type and variety, catalogue number, number of items included, material category, material or species, condition, comment or modification, and figure reference. The provenience database includes recovery context, date, structure group type, structure group number, structure type, structure number, and half-kilometer...


Appendix B: Codes for Object and Provenience Databases (2003)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Hattula Moholy-Nagy.

Appendix B - a text document - provides the codes used for the artifact and provenience database variables.


Appendix C: Proveniences of All Defined Lots that Produced Material Other Than Potsherds (2003)
DATASET Hattula Moholy-Nagy.

Appendix C - a database - gives the proveniences of all defined lots that produced material other than potsherds. Coding information can be found in Appendices A (tDAR #: 377604) and B (tDAR #: 376535).


Appendix D: Special Deposit Proveniences (2003)
DATASET Hattula Moholy-Nagy.

Appendix D - a database - gives the proveniences of all lots defined as special deposits, that is, all burials, caches, and problematical deposits. Coding information can be found in Appendices A (tDAR #: 377604) and B (tDAR #: 376535).


Appendix E: Excavated Structure Groups and Number of Excavated Lots by Half-Kilometer Zone (2003)
DATASET Hattula Moholy-Nagy.

Appendix E - a database - lists the excavated structure groups and number of excavated lots by half-kilometer zone. Coding information can be found in Appendices A (tDAR #: 377604) and B (tDAR #: 376535).


Appendix F: All the Artifacts and Materials Reported in TR 27B (2003)
DATASET Hattula Moholy-Nagy.

Appendix F - containing seven databases - lists all the artifacts and materials reported in TR. 27B. Note that all seven databases are contained within the single Microsoft Access file. Coding information can be found in Appendices A (tDAR #: 377604) and B (tDAR #: 376535).


Appendix G - 217 tables generated from Appendix F (2003)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Hattula Moholy-Nagy.

Appendix G - the 217 tables generated from Appendix F - summarize condition, material, zone, structure group type, recovery context, and date for each artifact or object type. These tables should be regarded as a sample of the informative associations that the reader can make.


The Artifacts of Tikal—Utilitarian Artifacts and Unworked Material Tikal Report 27B
PROJECT Uploaded by: Leigh Anne Ellison

Occupied continuously for 1,500 years, Tikal was the most important demographic, economic, administrative, and ritual center of its region. The collection of materials recovered at Tikal is the largest and most diverse known from the Lowlands. This book provides a major body of primary data. The artifacts, represented by such raw materials as chert and shell are classified by type, number, condition, possible ancient use, form, material, size, and such secondary modifications as decoration...


The Artifacts of Tikal—Utilitarian Artifacts and Unworked Material Tikal Report 27B (2002)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Hattula Moholy-Nagy.

Occupied continuously for 1,500 years, Tikal was the most important demographic, economic, administrative, and ritual center of its region. The collection of materials recovered at Tikal is the largest and most diverse known from the Lowlands. This book provides a major body of primary data. The artifacts, represented by such raw materials as chert and shell are classified by type, number, condition, possible ancient use, form, material, size, and such secondary modifications as decoration...


Lowland Maya-Late Classic (2018)
DATASET Paula Sabloff. Kong Cheong.

Dataset of 45 statuses (positions) found in the archaeological and historical literature on the Late Classic Maya of the Lowlands (600 to 800 AD). For each status, the expected roles and actual behaviors are listed, as are the rank (relative position) and bases for legitimacy or anyone holding the given status. Additional information on the society or status-holders' roles/behaviors are given as are all references from which the information came.


Status-role-behavior database on 11 premodern societies
PROJECT Uploaded by: Paula Sabloff

Excel files describing all possible statuses and associated roles/behaviors for 10 premodern states (Aztec, Benin, Late Shang China, Old Kingdom Egypt, Mycenaean Greece, Protohistoric Hawaii, Inca, Old Babylonia, Late Classic Maya, and Zapotec) and 1 premodern society (Iceland).


Tikal Report 11: Georeferenced Map- "Ruins of Tikal" (with border) (2013)
GEOSPATIAL Christopher Carr.

These maps are georeferenced versions of the maps produced by The University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, project at Tikal, Guatemala and published as Tikal Report 11. These georeferenced maps are intended for use with GIS (Geographic Information System) software. The maps should be useful for archaeologists, tourists and managers of Tikal National Park. This map set consists of eleven georeferenced maps. The set includes two versions of the overview map of the central sixteen square...


Tikal Report 11: Georeferenced Map- "Ruins of Tikal" (without border) (2013)
GEOSPATIAL Christopher Carr.

These maps are georeferenced versions of the maps produced by The University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, project at Tikal, Guatemala and published as Tikal Report 11. These georeferenced maps are intended for use with GIS (Geographic Information System) software. The maps should be useful for archaeologists, tourists and managers of Tikal National Park. This map set consists of eleven georeferenced maps. The set includes two versions of the overview map of the central sixteen square...


Tikal Report 11: Georeferenced Map- "Bejucal Quadrangle" (without border) (2013)
GEOSPATIAL Christopher Carr.

These maps are georeferenced versions of the maps produced by The University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, project at Tikal, Guatemala and published as Tikal Report 11. These georeferenced maps are intended for use with GIS (Geographic Information System) software. The maps should be useful for archaeologists, tourists and managers of Tikal National Park. This map set consists of eleven georeferenced maps. The set includes two versions of the overview map of the central sixteen square...


Tikal Report 11: Georeferenced Map- "Camp Quadrangle" (without border) (2013)
GEOSPATIAL Christopher Carr.

These maps are georeferenced versions of the maps produced by The University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, project at Tikal, Guatemala and published as Tikal Report 11. These georeferenced maps are intended for use with GIS (Geographic Information System) software. The maps should be useful for archaeologists, tourists and managers of Tikal National Park. This map set consists of eleven georeferenced maps. The set includes two versions of the overview map of the central sixteen square...


Tikal Report 11: Georeferenced Map- "Corriental Quadrangle" (without border) (2013)
GEOSPATIAL Christopher Carr.

These maps are georeferenced versions of the maps produced by The University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, project at Tikal, Guatemala and published as Tikal Report 11. These georeferenced maps are intended for use with GIS (Geographic Information System) software. The maps should be useful for archaeologists, tourists and managers of Tikal National Park. This map set consists of eleven georeferenced maps. The set includes two versions of the overview map of the central sixteen square...


Tikal Report 11: Georeferenced Map- "Encanto Quadrangle" (without border) (2013)
GEOSPATIAL Christopher Carr.

These maps are georeferenced versions of the maps produced by The University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, project at Tikal, Guatemala and published as Tikal Report 11. These georeferenced maps are intended for use with GIS (Geographic Information System) software. The maps should be useful for archaeologists, tourists and managers of Tikal National Park. This map set consists of eleven georeferenced maps. The set includes two versions of the overview map of the central sixteen square...


Tikal Report 11: Georeferenced Map- "Great Plaza Quadrangle" (without border) (2013)
GEOSPATIAL Christopher Carr.

These maps are georeferenced versions of the maps produced by The University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, project at Tikal, Guatemala and published as Tikal Report 11. These georeferenced maps are intended for use with GIS (Geographic Information System) software. The maps should be useful for archaeologists, tourists and managers of Tikal National Park. This map set consists of eleven georeferenced maps. The set includes two versions of the overview map of the central sixteen square...


Tikal Report 11: Georeferenced Map- "North Zone Quadrangle" (without border) (2013)
GEOSPATIAL Christopher Carr.

These maps are georeferenced versions of the maps produced by The University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, project at Tikal, Guatemala and published as Tikal Report 11. These georeferenced maps are intended for use with GIS (Geographic Information System) software. The maps should be useful for archaeologists, tourists and managers of Tikal National Park. This map set consists of eleven georeferenced maps. The set includes two versions of the overview map of the central sixteen square...


Tikal Report 11: Georeferenced Map- "Perdido Quadrangle" (without border) (2013)
GEOSPATIAL Christopher Carr.

These maps are georeferenced versions of the maps produced by The University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, project at Tikal, Guatemala and published as Tikal Report 11. These georeferenced maps are intended for use with GIS (Geographic Information System) software. The maps should be useful for archaeologists, tourists and managers of Tikal National Park. This map set consists of eleven georeferenced maps. The set includes two versions of the overview map of the central sixteen square...


Tikal Report 11: Georeferenced Map- "Temple IV Quadrangle" (without border) (2013)
GEOSPATIAL Christopher Carr.

These maps are georeferenced versions of the maps produced by The University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, project at Tikal, Guatemala and published as Tikal Report 11. These georeferenced maps are intended for use with GIS (Geographic Information System) software. The maps should be useful for archaeologists, tourists and managers of Tikal National Park. This map set consists of eleven georeferenced maps. The set includes two versions of the overview map of the central sixteen square...


Tikal Report 11: Georeferenced Map- "Temple of the Inscriptions Quadrangle" (without border) (2013)
GEOSPATIAL Christopher Carr.

These maps are georeferenced versions of the maps produced by The University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, project at Tikal, Guatemala and published as Tikal Report 11. These georeferenced maps are intended for use with GIS (Geographic Information System) software. The maps should be useful for archaeologists, tourists and managers of Tikal National Park. This map set consists of eleven georeferenced maps. The set includes two versions of the overview map of the central sixteen square...


Tikal Report 11: Map of the Ruins of Tikal, El Petén, Guatemala (1961)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Robert F. Carr. James E. Hazard.

In 1956 The University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, under contract from the Guatemalan government, began what would be a fifteen-year project of archaeological and biological research, site restoration and touristic development at the ancient Maya site of Tikal, Guatemala. As one of its first efforts, the Penn Project produced a series of paper maps of the site. Edwin M. Shook, field director, reports that much of the first two seasons (1956, 1957) was devoted to building camp, digging...


Tikal Report 11: Map of the Ruins of Tikal, El Petén, Guatemala and Georeferenced Versions of the Maps Therein
PROJECT Uploaded by: Christopher Carr

This archive is in two parts. The first part is Tikal Report 11, published in 1961, which presents the ten maps produced by the Tikal Project of The University Museum, University of Pennsylvania. The second part is georeferenced versions of the ten maps for use with GIS (Geographic Information Systems) software. The georeferencing was based on field data collected in 2010 by the Tikal Project of the University of Cincinnati. The maps should be useful for archaeologists, tourists and managers of...