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Chispa Coqueta Magdalena after the parade on Independence Day, 2008
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Since 1996 the archaeologists of Western Belize Regional Cave Project have been studying the use of caves by the prehistoric Maya. The Western Belize Regional Cave Project is designed to introduce experienced participants to the fundamental approaches to the practice of speleoarchaeology and to provide training in a variety of archaeological techniques. Lectures will provide an overview of Maya civilization with a particular focus on ideology and cosmology relating to the use of caves by prehistoric Maya. The project will include an introduction to biological anthropology, reconnaissance missions to locate and explore new caves, the identification and documentation of regional cave art, and the interpretation of the role of caves in the culture of the ancient Maya groups of the Caves Branch River Valley.
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Chispa Coqueta Magdalena after the parade on Independence Day, 2008
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