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Panel 1a, La Corona

Saknikte' glyph

(ancient name of La Corona)


Sibales in the La Corona region








Related publications

Boot 2011

Matteo 2010
Un nuevo monumento atribuido a La Corona, Petén, Guatemala. Mexicon, Vol.XXXII, pp.102-104.


Presentations & Blogs




David Stuart blog, 2015

La Corona Panel 56


Preliminary Notes on Two Recently Discovered Inscriptions from La Corona, Guatemala


David Stuart

The University of Texas at Austin


Marcello Canuto

Tulane University


Tomás Barrientos Quezada

Universidad del Valle de Guatemala


Maxime Lamoureax St-Hillaire

Tulane University


During the 2015 excavation season at La Corona, Guatemala, two new sculpted blocks were recovered in excavations of the site's main palace overseen by one of the authors, Maxime Lamoueax St-Hilaire. Both blocks are parts of larger compositions that were removed from their original settings and re-set in a masonry wall near the northeast corner of the palace complex. The precise archaeological context of the discovery will be presented separately, and described in detailed at the upcoming SImposio de Investigaciones Arqueológicas en Guatemala...


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David Stuart blog, 2012

HS2, Block 5


In April and May of this year the remains of an important hieroglyphic stairway were discovered at Structure 13R-10 at La Corona, Guatemala, during excavations undertaken by the Proyecto Regional Arqueológico La Corona, directed by Marcello Canuto (Tulane University) and Tomás Barrientos Quezada (Universided del Valle de Guatemala). This monument, now designated as Hieroglyphic Stairway 2 (HS 2) of La Corona, had been looted many decades earlier in the mid 1960s, and was clearly the source of many of the blocks long assigned to the “Site Q” corpus. Luckily the looters had missed the bottom-most step of the HS, which was discovered this year in the excavations overseen by Jocelyn Ponce of the Universidad del Valle de Guatemala....


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