TLF ID M011226
This resource is about the Mayan city of Naachtun rediscovered by archaeologists in 1922. It provides background material on the archaeological visits to the Mayan site from 1922 through to 2002, and describes the remnants of the structures and artefacts of the city, including stone monuments carved with hieroglyphic inscriptions known as stelae. It describes how archaeologists learned about the history of the city and its ancient name Masuul through the stelae. It includes text with images, illustrations and quotation boxes.