Nova: Season 28, Episode 11

Lost King of the Maya (13 Feb. 2001)

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A group of archaeologists explore the early history of the Maya by examining excavations and hieroglyphs at the Mayan city of Copán.

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Ricardo Agurcia ...
Himself - Copan Association (as Ricardo Agurcia Fasquelle)
Anthony F. Aveni ...
Himself - Colgate University (as Dr. Anthony F. Aveni)
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William L. Fash ...
Himself - Harvard University
Mary Miller ...
Herself - Yale University
Robert J. Sharer ...
Himself - University of Pennsylvania
David Stuart ...
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A group of archaeologists explore the early history of the Maya by examining excavations and hieroglyphs at the Mayan city of Copán.

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