Visit to Plan de Ayutla

Plan de Ayutla is a not-often visited site not far from Bonampak. First reported in 1974 by Peter Schmidt. Alejandro Tovalín Ahumada visited in 1988, and the site is currently being investigated by Luis Alberto Martos. The site is a "strong candidate" to be the long sought-after Sak’Tzi, whose literal Spanish translation from the Maya Tzeltal language is Perro Blanco, or White Dog in English. George Fery was able to visit In October 2011, during his recent trip to the area and brings us this picture. The building with the sloping roof is remarkable as it is quite unique

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Biographical sketches of men and women who did much of the early defining
work in Maya studies.

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