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:

Program

The proceedings are available as Volume 10 of the Acta Mesoamericana Series by publishing house Anton Saurwein.


Symposium

The papers presented at the conference were the following:

Justin Kerr
New York

The Transformation of the Hero Twin Xbalanque into the Post-Classic Beekeeper

Geneviève Le Fort
Zürich

The Cross Group Temples at Palenque and the Accession Ceremony among the Classic Maya

Anja Grossmann
Hamburg

Maya Tombs: Failings in the Past Evaluations and Possibilities for the Future

Elisabeth Wagner
Bonn

An Alternative View on the Meaning and Function of Str. 10L-22A, Copán

Alfonso Lacadena
Mérida

The Yucatec and the Yucatecs in the Classic Period

Dmitri Beliaev
Moscow

Wuk Tsuk: Naranjo and Tikal in the Late Classic

Simon Martin
London

At the Periphery: A Rationale for the Placement of Early Monuments in the Environs of Tikal

Stephen Houston
Provo

Classic Maya Architecture and Perceptual Psychology: Comparative, Indigenous, and Epigraphic Perspectives

Alexander Voss
Bonn

History in the Inscriptions of Chich'en Itzá

Lorraine Williams-Beck
Campeche

The Northwestern Yucatan Peninsula Postclassic Maya: New Perspectives from Archaeology and Ethnohistory in Campeche

Pierre Robert Colas
Hamburg

Caves of Blood and War: New Proposals for Classic Maya Cave Use

James Brady
Washington

Early Political Appropriation of the Sacred Landscape

Holley Moyes
Delray Beach

Function and Meaning of Maya Speleothem Use

Erik Boot
Leiden

The Temple of K'uk'ulkan at Chich'en Itzá

Nikolai Grube
Bonn

Classic Maya Fire Ceremonies