96 pages | 8 1/2 x 11 | 36 illus.
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Distributed for the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
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The Great Maya center of Tikal, in Guatemala, is famous for its well-preserved architecture. This book presents descriptions of six structures that belong to the Tikal Project category "standing architecture," that is, though partially collapsed, some features of these buildings remain in place and accessible without excavation. These structures were surveyed with little or no excavation as part of the Tikal Project Standing Architecture Survey. This report is the primary record of these structures in Tikal's urban landscape, and it provides clear, precise, and usable architectural analyses for Mayanists, archaeologists, art historians, architectural historians, urbanists, and those interested in construction techniques and in the uses of Maya buildings.
Universtiy Museum Monograph, 148
H. Stanley Loten is Architect and Distinguished Research Professor at Carleton University.