The Panel at Xunantunich

The early explorers, adventurers and archeologist believed that the ancient Maya were quiet people that lived in the forests, in harmony with their surroundings. Slowly, over time, they realized that these ancient people were actually people. They slashed and burned jungles to plant their corn. They hunted and domesticated wild animals like the wild turkey, …
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Belize Archeology and Anthropology Symposium Starts

The Belize Archeology and Anthropology Symposium gets under way at the San Ignacio Resort Hotel for the next four days. The special topic for Archeology is ‘Ancient Maya Domestic Economy, subsistence commerce and industry. If you can remember, last year’s topic was ‘The Common Household’, therefore this year’s topic follows as a parte dos or …
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Belize Archeology & Anthropology Symposium

Ancient Maya House hold & Social identity in Belize The time is drawing nearer for the symposium we are all very excited. We will be ofcourse coming at you live from the event. We have a countdown clock on our footnote to remind you. Foreign Attendee  $20.00Bz per day Belizean Attendee $10.00bz per day