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Kaminaljuyu

 

a major cultic center of the ancient Maya in the highlands of Guatemala (near present-day Guatemala City), which flourished between the second and ninth centuries. Kaminaljuyu contains the remains of pyramids, stelae with inscriptions, tombs, and burial vaults. Excavations have unearthed figured and painted pottery and articles made of stone, bone, and shells.

REFERENCE

Kinzhalov, R. V. Iskusstvo drevnikh maiia. [Leningrad, 1968. ]
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Menos publicitada, la espiritualidad popular maya se dio cita en Saq Ulew--Huehuetenango--, en Qumarkaj --Quiche--, en Iximche--Chimaltenango--, en Tikal--El Peten--, en Kaminal Juyu, en la ciudad de Guatemala, y en los sitios sagrados de Chu Saqbribal --Quiche--, Pa Sun--Chimaltenango--, Balam Abaj --Solola--, Tzunun--Peten--y Qana Itzam y Chi Batz en Alta Verapaz.
Lischka, J., A Formal-Functional Analysis of Ceramic Distribution at Kaminal Juyu, Guatemala, USA, 1972.
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