Report of 2011 research at the Ceren site, El Salvador

Summary

The 2011 research at Ceren, El Salvador, focused on agriculture about 100 m south of the village architecture, and encountered surprising variation in maize and manioc cultivation. The serendipitous discovery of a Sacbe (ancient Maya roadway) was surprising and intriguing, as it is much wider and more formal than needed for purely practical-economic purposes.

Cite this Record

Report of 2011 research at the Ceren site, El Salvador. ( tDAR id: 375184) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8SJ1N1B

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URL: http://www.colorado.edu/Anthropology/people/bios/documents/THEREPORT2011_001.pdf


Temporal Coverage

Calendar Date: 560 to 630 (approximate calendar dates)

Spatial Coverage

min long: -89.37; min lat: 13.813 ; max long: -89.34; max lat: 13.843 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Principal Investigator(s): Payson Sheets

Record Identifiers

Ceren Maya village research(s): Exceptional preservation of Maya farmers

Notes

General Note: Photographic archives and fieldnotes, profiles, drawings also kept at Sheets' lab, CU Boulder.

Source Collections

Museo Nacional David J. Guzman, San Salvador, El Salvador

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