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Tikal 1956


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Film Id:F16-0466
Film Description:Edited film of Tikal Project
(with some footage of Copan, Honduras 1948 in beginning)
Tikal Project start
Kitchen, cottages, staff, spider monkey pets, etc. (no pyramids)

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Edited film of Tikal Project
(with some footage of Copan, Honduras 1948 in beginning)
Tikal Project start
Kitchen, cottages, staff, spider monkey pets, etc. (no pyramids)

Titles:
“The Tikal Project, in the Department of El Peten, Guatemala, C. A., under the auspices of the Government of Guatemala and the University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, began work on the reconstruction and consolidation of the ancient Maya City of Tikal in January 1956. The [cuts out]
The New Camps at Sibal Aguada
Thatching a new camp building, Dr. Edwin Shook and Carlos Castaneda inspect the job.
Juan Perrara, in charge of Commissary
Mrs. Perrara, his wife and chief cook
The Waterboy
Carpenter Shop
The archaeologists’ open air quarters
Carlos Castaneda
The Spider Monkey”
Video Category:Expedition & Excavation Footage
Topics:Fieldwork, Archaeological fieldwork, Tikal, Guatemala, Antiquities, Maya antiquities, Coe, William R. II, University Museum expeditions, Copan, Honduras
Tags: Antiquities | Archaeological fieldwork | Coe, William R. II | Copan | Fieldwork | Guatemala | Honduras | Maya antiquities | Tikal | University Museum expeditions
Rights:All rights are reserved by the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (Penn Museum). Any use of the footage in productions is forbidden unless rights have been secured by contacting the Penn Museum Archives at 215-898-8304, or email photos@pennmuseum.org.


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