An Isolated Stop on the Road of Power: La Corona, the Snake Kings and Altar 5
In 2018, Dr. Marcello Canuto, director of the Middle American Research Institute at Tulane University and co-director of the La Corona Regional Archaeological Project, led a team of archaeologists to new discoveries at the Maya site of La Corona, located in Petén, Guatemala. A nearly 1,500-year-old carved altar, the oldest found to date at the site, presents new evidence for how a powerful kingdom known as the Kaanul dynasty began. See this significant monument currently on display in Maya: The Great Jaguar Rises exhibition.
7:00 - 8:30 pm Lecture and Q&A with Dr. Canuto
8:30 - 10:00 pm Visit the Maya exhibition.
In partnership with The Department of Anthropology, University of Victoria.