Material Culture and Chronology at Colha, Belize: Recent Findings and Future Directions
Lithics, ceramics, and other artifacts, recovered from the 2017 Colha, Belize field season, are utilized to gain insight into chronological developments and changes at the ancient Maya site. Maya material culture recovered from excavations at Colha are presented and interpreted by context. Each artifact category is briefly defined, described, and placed into a general site context. The estimated time range for the recovered material culture extends from the Late Archaic to the Late Preclassic. While findings may be preliminary for several artifact classes, the current interpretations allow for useful and comparative research needs.
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Material Culture and Chronology at Colha, Belize: Recent Findings and Future Directions. Lauren Sullivan, David Hyde, Robin Robertson, Palma Buttles, Fred Valdez. Presented at The 82nd Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Washington, DC. 2018 ( tDAR id: 444768)
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Abstract Id(s): 20339