By Olivia C. Navarro-Farr,Michelle Rich
El Perú-Waka’ is an historic Maya urban positioned in present-day northwestern Petén, Guatemala. Rediscovered through petroleum exploration employees within the mid-1960s, it's the biggest recognized archaeological web site within the Laguna del Tigre nationwide Park in Guatemala’s Maya Biosphere Reserve. The El Perú-Waka’ nearby Archaeological undertaking initiated clinical investigations in 2003, and during excavation and survey, researchers confirmed that Waka’ used to be a key political and monetary middle good built-in into Classic-period lowland Maya civilization, and reconstructed many points of Maya lifestyles and formality task during this old neighborhood. The learn precise during this quantity presents a wealth of latest, great, and scientifically excavated info, which participants strategy with clean theoretical insights. within the approach, they lay out sound innovations for realizing the ritual manipulation of monuments, landscapes, constructions, items, and thoughts, in addition to comparable issues encompassing the functionality and negotiation of energy in the course of the city’s large sociopolitical history.
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