Schuster, Angela M.H.
November 2002
dig;Nov/Dec2002, Vol. 4 Issue 6, p30
Reports on the efforts of the people of Mexico and Guatemala to conserve the archeological discoveries in the ancient Mayan cities of Yaxchilan and Piedras Negras. Need to consider the needs of the ecosystem; Organization of a workshop by the World Monuments Fund in February 2002.


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