Graduate student, Mary Clarke attended the Museo Nacional De Arqueologia y Etnologia participating in the XXXII Archaeological Investigations Symposium, Guatemala.
Alumna, Elizabeth Hannigan (CAS’18), Maya society research features in BU Today. Click here to read entire article. “Xultún, located in one of Guatemala’s national parks, is at least a three-hour drive from the nearest town, “depending on whether it’s a muddy day,” says Hannigan, who spent two months at the dig site in 2016. For […]
Congratulations to Mary Clarke, recipient of the GRS Long Term Graduate Research Abroad Fellowship to support her travel and dissertation research in Guatemala.
The Writing on the Wall by Courtney Humphries In a former Maya city in the Guatemalan rain forest, a team of BU researchers discovered a buried room whose walls hold paintings and hieroglyphs dating from the ninth century. The writing includes complex numerical calculations for the Maya calendar. It was the first time such paintings […]