Stephanie Simms (GRS’13) Bostonia article on Ancient Maya Cooking Tips

By in Bostonia, Discoveries, Graduate Student, Mexico, Research, Students
September 12th, 2013

Archaeologist Stephanie Simms was digging at the Escalera al Cielo site in a hilly region of rural Yucatán, Mexico, when she discovered a trove of clay balls the size of plums. There were hundreds of them, buried at the edge of what functioned as a Maya kitchen 1,000 years ago. Read more here

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