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DISCOVERING ANCIENT POLITICAL EVIDENCE: A PRAGMATIC LOOK AT CLASSIC MAYA REGAL PALACES AS POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS
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Reviewed By: Archaeology Division
Saturday, November 19, 2016: 8:00 AM-9:45 AM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Practicing and Applied Anthropologists, Teachers of Anthropology in Community Colleges, Students, Those involved in mentoring activities
Organizers:  Maxime Lamoureux St-Hilaire (Tulane University)
Chairs:  Maxime Lamoureux St-Hilaire (Tulane University)
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Musical Thrones: An Examination of Political Change and Palace Movement at Ceibal, Guatamala
Melissa J Burham (University of Arizona), Takeshi Inomata (University of Arizona), Damien Bazy (UMR 8096, CNRS-Paris 1) and Daniela Triadan (University of Arizona)
8:45 AM
Palace Pragmatics and Political Change at Actuncan, Belize
David Williams Mixter (Washington University, Saint Louis) and Lisa J LeCount (University of Alabama)
9:00 AM
Shifting Politics, Shifting Palaces:  Political History and Architectural Change at Xunantunich
Jason Yaeger (University of Texas San Antonio), Leah M McCurdy (University of Texas at San Antonio) and M. Kathryn Brown (University of Texas at San Antonio)
9:15 AM
Were There Regal Palaces in the Copan Polity?: A Review of the Evidence from Copan and Its Secondary Centers
Erlend Magnes Johnson (Tulane University) and Marcello A Canuto (Tulane University)
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