3rd European Maya Conference
The Sacred and the Profane: Architecture and Identity in the Southern Maya Lowlands.
This conference was held in Hamburg, November 21-22, 1998 (Workshop during Nov. 18-20) at the University of Hamburg. It was coordinated by the Department of Mesoamerican Studies, University of Hamburg.
You can download the complete program of the conference:
The proceedings are available as Volume 10 of the Acta Mesoamericana Series by publishing house Anton Saurwein.
The papers presented at the conference were the following:
|The Transformation of the Hero Twin Xbalanque into the Post-Classic Beekeeper|
|Geneviève Le Fort
|The Cross Group Temples at Palenque and the Accession Ceremony among the Classic Maya|
|Maya Tombs: Failings in the Past Evaluations and Possibilities for the Future|
|An Alternative View on the Meaning and Function of Str. 10L-22A, Copán|
|The Yucatec and the Yucatecs in the Classic Period|
|Wuk Tsuk: Naranjo and Tikal in the Late Classic|
|At the Periphery: A Rationale for the Placement of Early Monuments in the Environs of Tikal|
|Classic Maya Architecture and Perceptual Psychology: Comparative, Indigenous, and Epigraphic Perspectives|
|History in the Inscriptions of Chich’en Itzá|
|The Northwestern Yucatan Peninsula Postclassic Maya: New Perspectives from Archaeology and Ethnohistory in Campeche|
|Pierre Robert Colas
|Caves of Blood and War: New Proposals for Classic Maya Cave Use|
|Early Political Appropriation of the Sacred Landscape|
|Function and Meaning of Maya Speleothem Use|
|The Temple of K’uk’ulkan at Chich’en Itzá|
|Classic Maya Fire Ceremonies|