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Mayan monument, Florida prehistoric site, TAC Festival 2012

(1) Dr. Mark Van Stone, a leading expert on the Mayan calendar and the significance of 2012, describes the front of Quiriguá Stela K, a Guatemalan stone monument carved in AD 805, just before the Maya Collapse. (2) The USDA Forest Service investigates the extent and significance of the prehistoric Silver Glen Springs Site in Florida. (3) Our preview series for The Archaeology Channel International Film and Video Festival (8-12 May 2012, Eugene, Oregon) begins with nine short clips.




Web links:


2012: Science & Prophecy of the Ancient Maya, by Dr. Mark Van Stone (book; Amazon.com)

Cultural Resource Assessment Survey of Silver Glen Springs Recreational Area in the Ocala National Forest, Florida (University of Florida)

Florida Public Archaeology Network

History of Florida (Wikipedia)

Quiriguá (Authentic Maya)

Quiriguá (Wikipedia)

Maya Hieroglyphic Writing (Foundation for the Advancement of Mesoamerican Studies)

Mayan Hieroglyphic Script and Languages (Omniglot)

National Forests in Florida (USDA Forest Service)

The Archaeology Channel International Film and Video Festival