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Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute

The website of the Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute is the product of over 35 years of investigation and exploration of Mesoamerican civilizations, their art, archaeology, and glyphic texts, as well as research concerning the tropical environment and its ancient monuments.


The Education Index at is the Internet’s premier source of updated, clear educational data about undergraduate and graduate programs in the United States.





Steve Radzi has faithfully and beautifully sketched the illustrations in this electronic gallery on location at archaeological sites throughout the Maya region.



The Pre-Columbian Society of Washington, D.C. (PCSWDC), is an educational organization dedicated to furthering knowledge and understanding of the peoples of the Americas before the time of Columbus. Founded in 1993, the Society provides a forum for the exchange of information regarding these pre-Columbian cultures between academic professionals and interested members of the public. Visit them at



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Maya Related Blogs


Maya Related Blogs


Maya Decipherment is a weblog devoted to ideas and developments in ancient Maya epigraphy and related fields, overseen by Dr. David Stuart, who is the David and Linda Schele Professor of Mesoamerican Art and Writing at the University of Texas at Austin.

The Center for 2012 Studies is not a place for addressing the wide spectrum of pop culture manifestations in the "2012 phenomenon" or the mass media's distortion and abuse of Maya tradition. There are other places where that has been and can be pursued. John Major Jenkins' blog is a think-tank dedicated to investigating how the ancient Maya conceived and thought about the 13-Bak'tun period ending of December 21, 2012.

Maya News Updates    provides irregular updates on items about the Maya and related cultures in Mesoamerica. It is by Erik Boot.


Archaeological Haecceities This is a blog created by a haecceity (the essence that makes something the kind of thing it is and makes it different from any other) and archaeologist known as Johan Normark.


From the Stormy Sky Blog written by archaeologist and epigrapher, Stanley Guenter.

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thumb APMaudslay_001Pioneers in Maya Archaeology

Biographical sketches of men and women who did much of the early defining
work in Maya studies.

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