Zacpeten, Group C

Zacpeten Group C

Overview

Group C is a Late Postclassic (AD 1400-1525) to Contact (AD 1525-1697) period ceremonial group located on a hill in the southern part of Zacpeten. It is composed as a Peten-style temple assemblage. The only recognizable evidence of contact with the Spanish encountered in this group was a cached musket ball.

Detailed Description of Group C (Pugh 2001)

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Excavated Buildings

Structure 764

Structure 765

Structure 766

Structure 767

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Distribution Maps, Group C, At Large