Maya Art and Maya Kingship
Lecture by Norman Hammond, FSA.
Norman Hammond has worked in the Maya lowlands, with interdisciplinary projects at Lubaantun (1970-71), Nohmul (1973-86), Cuello (1975-93) and most recently La Milpa (1992-2002), a large Classic period (AD 250-900) city in northwestern Belize. The La Milpa project has an international staff and ongoing research and publication are funded by the National Geographic Society and Boston University. His lecture will focus on Mayan archaeology and art-history.
Norman Hammond is a British archaeologist and professor emeritus of archaeology at Boston University.
This lecture is free and open to all, but space is limited and advanced reservations are recommended.
Image: Norman Hammond (second from left) at Belize pyramid site. Photo courtesy of Norman Hammond (www.bu.edu).