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artifacts of Tikal

Hattula Moholy-Nagy

artifacts of Tikal

utilitarian artifacts and unworked material

by Hattula Moholy-Nagy

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Published by University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology in Philadelphia, PA .
Written in English


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StatementHattula Moholy-Nagy.
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LC ClassificationsF5000
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, [276] p. :
Number of Pages276
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22567913M
ISBN 101931707405


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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 and reworking, as well as by spatial distribution, occurrence in the various types of structure groups, recovery context, and : Hattula Moholy-Nagy.

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It describes the splendid ornaments and insignia of jade, shell, pearls, and inscribed bone shown in representations on monuments and pottery vessels and recovered from the burials of Tikal's elites. Each artifact is described in the text, tabulated, and richly illustrated with drawings and photographs.

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See Article History. Tikal, city and ceremonial centre of the ancient Maya civilization. The largest urban centre in the southern Maya lowlands, it stood 19 miles (30 km) north of Lake Petén Itzá in what is now the northern part of the region of Petén, Guatemala, in a tropical rainforest.

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Tikal continued on its path to greatness under the new rulers, who introduced cultural elements such as pottery design, architecture, and art in the Teotihuacán style. Tikal aggressively pursued its dominance of the whole southeastern Maya region.

The city of Copán, in present-day Artifacts of Tikal book, was founded by Tikal, as was the city of Dos Pilas. Tikal, or Yax Mutal, was an important city in the empire of the Maya from to A.D. The Mayan ruins have been part of a national park in Guatemala since the s, and in they were.

The Artifacts of Tikal Utilitarian Artifacts and Unworked Material Book Summary: Tikal Report 27 presents artifacts and associated unworked materials recovered by the University of Pennsylvania Museum's Tikal Project of The artifacts of Tikal: ornamental and ceremonial artifacts and unworked material.

Tikal, located in the north of the Petén region of Guatemala, was a major Maya city which flourished between and CE. The city, known to the Maya themselves as Mutul, is one of the grandest in Mesoamerica. Amongst the first Maya cities to gain prominence in the Early Classic period ( CE), Tikal built its wealth by exploiting its natural resources and geographical location to.

Beyond the catalog: the chronology and contexts of Tikal artifacts / Hattula Moholy-Nagy ; Settlement, society, and demography at Tikal / William A. Haviland ; The peripheries of Tikal / Robert E.

Fry ; The central acropolis of Tikal / Peter D. Harrison ; The Tikal renaissance and the East Plaza ball court / Christopher Jones. Citation Information. The Artifacts of Tikal--Utilitarian Artifacts and Unworked Material. Tikal Report 27B. University of Pennsylvania Press. Pages: 92– 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. The Artifacts of Tikal--Ornamental and Ceremonial Artifacts and Unworked Material: Tikal Report 27A (University Museum Monograph)/5.

This guide book to Tikal gives a good overview of Tikal and the Classic Maya in general. The book was written to guide the visitor through a tour of Tikal and it describes the more important temples, palaces, stelae, altars, and burials. It includes photos and drawings of some of the finer artifacts and of some of the structures.

However, the captions to the figures are not always on the same Cited by: 5. Tikal Report 27 presents artifacts and associated unworked materials recovered by the University of Pennsylvania Museum's Tikal Project of Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.

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Tikal (/ t i ˈ k ɑː l /) (Tik’al in modern Mayan orthography) is the ruin of an ancient city, which was likely to have been called Yax Mutal, found in a rainforest in Guatemala.

It is one of the largest archaeological sites and urban centers of the pre-Columbian Maya is located in the archaeological region of the Petén Basin in what is now northern on: Flores, Petén Department, Guatemala.

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This acclaimed book by Hattula Moholy-Nagy is available at in several formats for. The Tomb of the Jade Jaguar at Tikal (BurialStructure 5D) included the largest pyrite mosaic mirror yet found in all of Mesoamerica.

Two other mirrors of iron pyrite were also in the burial. Iron pyrite is used as a mirror on Teotihuacan style incensarios and in dental inlays. The Artifacts of Tikal--Utilitarian Artifacts and Unworked Material Hattula Moholy-Nagy Published by University of Pennsylvania Press Moholy-Nagy, : Hattula Moholy-Nagy.

Tikal consists of great monumental structures like this temple in the Grand Plaza (Wikimedia Commons) Surrounding the urban area at Tikal was a wider zone covering over 1, hectares, which contained residential areas, water reservoirs, and sites for agriculture production that supported the city’s population.

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I was leafing through the copy proofs of Hattula Moholy-Nagy’s new volume on Tikal artifacts (Tikal Report 27A) not so long ago when I saw a photograph of a text I’d previously seen only as a drawing.Uaxactun was one of the great Mayan cities of the Petén (Guatemala).

It is about 19km north of Tikal. “Uaxactun” is its modern name (from the Mayan words waxac and tun, meaning “Eight Stones”).Its original name was something like Siaan K'aan (”Born in Heaven”).

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