GUATEMALA: PALACE BUILT FOR MAYAN PRINCESS DISCOVERED
La cité Maya d'Aguateca
UNO - l'Università a Oristano - Archeologia Subacquea
E' tornato alla luce l'ospitale medievale ricco di storia
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Punta de Chimino is a Maya archaeological site in the Petexbatún region of the department of Petén in Guatemala. Occupation at the site dates to the Preclassic and Classic periods of Mesoamerican chronology. Punta de Chimino experienced a population surge in the Late Preclassic, followed by a reduction in occupation levels in the Early Classic and another increase in the Terminal Classic when the city became one of the few population centres to survive the political disintegration of the Petexbatún region after the collapse of the kingdom based at Dos Pilas. The neighbouring city of Seibal on the Pasión River appears to have intervened at Punta de Chimino at this time and to have politically dominated the smaller site.