K. Kris Hirsts Guide
The Archaeology Channel, Archaeological Legacy Institute
Explore human cultural heritage through streaming media.
An Archaeological Institute of America Publication
Auburn University Montgomery Carnegie Explorer
Explore the geography and archaeology of the ancient Maya at AUM.
Nice site in Spanish with articles, images and links of interest.
Breaking the Maya Code
Illustrated history of its production, animations illustrating the workings of the script and important steps in its decipherment, and an archive containing almost a thousand pages of interview transcripts.
Canadian Society for Mesoamerican Studies
Brief Descriptions of Ancient Cultures
Chocolate in the New World
A Timeline of the History of Chocolate in America
Cultural Heritage Search Engine
Search Engine on Conservation of Cultural Heritage
EDGEWALKER: A Conversation with Linda Schele
A Filmed Interview
Fotos Search Stock Photography
Photographic Search Engine
Art, Archaeology, and Travel
The educational archive of articles, news and study aids for teachers, students and enthusiasts.
Institute of Maya Studies
Pre-Columbian civilizations with emphasis on the study of the Maya
Latin America Links
Information, Studies, and Travel
Linda Schele: Decoding the Maya Glyphs
University of Texas at Austin, College of Fine Arts website
Czech site designed to increase an understanding of Mesoamerica.
The Mayan Calendar with Mayan Glyphs for Modern Dates
By Jeffrey Chouinard
Maya Archaeology News
Mike Ruggeri's Maya Archaeology News
A Weblog on the Ancient Maya Script - weblog overseen by Dr. David Stuart
Photos from Maya Sites
Maya Society of Minnesota
Monkey Scribe Online
Maya illustrations depicting sites visited by Steve Radzi.
Caracol, Chichen Itza, Copan, Dzibanche, Ek Balam,
Hochob, Kiuic, Mayapan, Xkichmook, Yaxchilan, Zaculeu and many more.
Erik Boots Maya-English Vocabulary
Meso-3D is an expandable database that contains information about the
Mesoamerican Formative period (c. 1800 BC to AD 200).
Mesoamerican Art Slide Collection
Manuel Aguilars Mesoamerican Art
Mesoamerican Center at The University of Texas at Austin
Annual Maya Meetings at The University of Texas at Austin
Mesoamerican Photo Archives
David R. Hixson, Tulane University
An Exploration of Mesoamerican Cultures
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas
U.K. website for teachers and students of all ages with a serious interest in the Aztecs.
Index of Links to PreColumbian Resources
National Geographic Magazine
NGM Resource article on Aguateca.
NGM Resource article on Piedras Negras
National Museum of the American Indian
Set against the dramatic backdrop of the U.S. Capitol building on the National Mall,
the museum's location symbolizes a deeper understanding and reconciliation
between America's first citizens and those who have come to make these shores their
Popol Vuh Museum
The Popol Vuh Museum offers the visitor a unique exploration of the history of Guatemala,
illustrated with one of the best collections of pre-Columbian and colonial art in the country.
The museum is a private, scientific, non-profit institution, incorporated to the Francisco
Pre Columbian Society of Washington DC
Pre Columbian Society of Washington DC
Princeton University Art Muesum
Two recent exhibitions of Pre-Columbian material have their own websites:
Music from the Land of the Jaguar
Sorcerers of the Fifth Heaven
Project for the Documentation of the Languages of Mesoamerica (PDLMA)
Aims, history, and results of research by the PDLMA, includes online database.
National Museum of Natural History
Teotihuacán and Tenochtitlán, México
Professor Sugiyama, Arizona State University
The Tikal National Park
Information about the various aspects of the Tikal National Park.
Traditional High Cultures
Oral and Written Histories, from Ecological Linguistics.
University of Pennsylvania
University of Pennsylvania - FAMSI joint project: Bibliografía Mesoamericana
Uxmal, Kabah, Sayil, and Labná: The Puuc Region, Yucatán, México
By Charles S. Rhyne, Reed College
The European Association of Mayanists.
Return to top of page