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Lokasi Chocolá

Chocolá adalah sebuah situs Maya Praklasik yang mengalami perkembangan dari tahun 1000 SM hingga 200 M. Situs ini terletak di wilayah Maya selatan.

Chocolá terletak di kota praja San Pablo Jocopilas di departemen Suchitepéquez selatan, Guatemala. Di atas situs ini terdapat sebuah desa modern.

ReferensiSunting

  • Burkitt, Robert (1930) Excavations at Chocolá. The Museum Journal 21:5-40
  • Green, Harold H. (2014). "Cosmic Order at Chocola: Implications of Solar Observations of the Eastern Horizon at Chocola, Suchitepquez, Guatemala." In Archaeoastronomy and the Maya, Gerardo Aldana y Villalobos and Edwin L. Barnhart, editors, pp. 19–39. Oxbow Books, Oxford.
  • Kaplan, Jonathan (1995) The Incienso Throne, and Other Thrones from Kaminaljuyú, Guatemala: Late Preclassic Examples of a Mesoamerican Throne Tradition. Ancient Mesoamerica 6:185-196.
  • Kaplan, Jonathan (2000) Monument 65: A Great Emblematic Depiction of Throned Rule and Royal Sacrifice at Late Preclassic Kaminaljuyú. Ancient Mesoamerica 11:185-198
  • Kaplan, Jonathan, Federico Paredes Umaña, W. Jeffrey Hurst, D. Sun, Bruce Stanley, Luis Barba Pingarrón, and Mauricio Obregon Cardona (2017) Cacao Residues in Vessels from Chocolá, an Early Maya Polity in the Southern Guatemalan Piedmont, Determined by Semi-Quantitative Testing and High-Performance Liquid Chromatography. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 13:526-534.
  • Kaplan, Jonathan and Federico Paredes Umaña (in press) Water, Cacao and the Early Maya of Chocolá. University Press of Florida, Gainesville
  • Love, Michael and Jonathan Kaplan (2011). The Southern Maya in the Late Preclassic: The Rise and Fall of an Early Mesoamerican Civilization, Michael Love and Jonathan Kaplan, eds. University Press of Colorado, Boulder
  • PACH (Proyecto Arqueológico Chocolá), http://www.chocolaproject.org
  • Sharer, Robert (2005) The Ancient Maya, 6th ed. Stanford University Press, Stanford
  • Sapper, Karl (1897) Das nordliche Mittel-Amerika. Nebst einem Ausflug nach dem Hochlandvon Anahuac-reisen und Studien aus den Jahren 1888-1895. Braunschweig