National Geographic reports on an interesting discovery of a possible 16th or 17th century mural in a house in Chajul, Guatemala. The figures on the mural wear a mixture of Maya and Spanish garb.
Posted in Archaeology, Mayanist studies | Tags: Archaeology, Chajul, Colonial period, Guatemala, Iconography, Maya, Mural
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