The Long Silence. Sabana Piletas and its Neighbours: An Archaeological Survey of Maya Puuc Ruins in Northeastern Campeche, Mexico. With contributions by Antonio Benavides Castillo, Daniel Graña-Behrens, Nikolai Grube, Karl Herbert Mayer, Carlos Pallán Gayol and Julie Patrois.
Acta Mesoamericana, Vol. 21, 2010, 355 pp., cloth, size 21×29.5cm.
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This book presents the results of the Chunhuaymil Project: A compilation of data about the remaining
Puuc architecture of 19 archaeological sites located in a 100 square kilometer area in the
northeastern part of the Mexican state of Campeche.
Antonio Benavides Castillo: Some Observations about the Puuc Region, pp. 9–15;
Stephan Merk: Catalog of Ruins, pp. 17–221;
Stephan Merk: Statistics, pp. 223–242;
Julie Patrois: The Monuments of Sabana Piletas, pp. 243–249;
Nikolai Grube, Carlos Pallán Gayol and Antonio Benavides Castillo: The Hieroglyphic Stairway of Sabana Piletas, Campeche, pp. 251–262;
Daniel Graña-Behrens: Reconstructing the Inscription on a Building in H-Wasil and Remembering an Ancient Noble Yucatec Family of “Wise Men” and “Scribes”, pp. 263–274;
Stephan Merk: Summary, pp. 275–317;
Appendix 1: A Description of the Maler-Dsancab Ruins, pp. 321–327;
Appendix 2: Karl Herbert Mayer: The Life of Teobert Maler and his Archaeological Work in Northern Campeche, pp. 329–334