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Exploring the ruins and royalty of ancient Maya courts

This spring, 11 Princeton undergraduates in the course “The Art and Politics of Ancient Maya Courts” had an unusual assignment: deciphering hieroglyphs.

Part of that exploration included a week-long trip to Chiapas, Mexico, over spring break, which provided a range of experiences not possible in the classroom or at the Princeton University Art Museum (where a portion of every seminar session was held for students to examine original works of art). The course was cross-listed in art and archaeology and Latin American studies.

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