Bonampak

(from the article `pre-Columbian civilizations`) ...highlands and emptying into the Gulf of Mexico. For much of its course the Usumacinta is lined with such great Maya ceremonial centres as Piedras ... ...have been found; of these, undoubtedly the most famous Mayan architectural monuments are at Uxmal, Labn√°, Kabah, and Sayil, an...
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Bonampak

Bonampak (bōnämpäk') , ruined city of the Late Classic period of the Maya, close to Tuxtla, in Chiapas, S Mexico. Discovered in 1946, it consists of a group of temples, one of which is remarkable for a number of very well preserved frescoes, painted in bright, flat colors, depict...
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Bonampak

Site of a Classic Mayan city in Mexico, on...
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