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About the White Bone Dragon name
David Freidel says:
About the author:
Phil's twenty year photographic journal of Maya ruins began with Merle Greene Robertson at Palenque and continued through 15 field seasons at the Yaxuná Project and the excavations at Chunchucmil, and continuing work at the Kiuic Project, the Xuenkal Project, and the new Yaxuná Project, all in Yucatán. He hopes to soon publish his recordings of the Waká Archaeological Project located in the Petén, Guatemala. His new book, Maya Yucatán - An Artist's Journey, is an account of his experiences among the archaeological projects of Yucatan. Published by the University of New Mexico Press, it is now available in bookstores and online.
Phil has exhibited extensively in Bay Area and international venues, including two solo shows at international museums, one at the Archaeologishes Institut der Universitaet Zürich in Switzerland and the other at the state of Yucatán's Museo Contemporaneo de Arte Ateneo de Yucatán (MACAY) in Mérida.
Book: Maya Yucatan - An Artist's Journey
Phil's Maya Panoramas Phil's Greco-roman Panoramas
Maya Cosmos Website - interactive panoramas of 20 Maya Cities in the Yucatán Peninsula
Yaxuná Archaeology Website - Excavations 1986 - 1996
Yaxunah Centro Cultural - contemporary Maya village
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