Zacpeten Structure 766

Zacpeten, Str 766, Line Drawing, Inked

Structure 766 stands in Group C of Zacpeten immediately west of Structure 764, a temple. It is divided into two parts, Structure 766A, a long low structure with a circular shrine at its west end, and Structure 766B, a small rectangular masonry altar. Two additional masonry altars stand upon Structure 766A, Feature 766A-1 and Feature 766A-2. Based upon its position, Structure 766 has been interpreted as a statue shrine, though no statuary other than ceramic effigy censers were associated with the building.

Detailed Description of Structure 766 (Pugh 2001)



Distribution Maps

Distribution Maps, Group C, At Large


Field Forms

Zacpeten, Str.766, Excavation Forms

Zacpeten, Str.766, Excavation Drawings

Miscellaneous Notes (Including Scribbles)

Zacpeten_Str.766_ artifact count

Zacpeten_Str.766_ notes, censers