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Perspectives on the Ancient Maya of Chetumal Bay$
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Debra S. Walker

Print publication date: 2016

Print ISBN-13: 9780813062792

Published to Florida Scholarship Online: May 2017

DOI: 10.5744/florida/9780813062792.001.0001

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Noh Kah

Noh Kah

An Archaeological Site in Extreme Southeastern Quintana Roo

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Perspectives on the Ancient Maya of Chetumal Bay
Author(s):

Javier López Camacho

Araceli Vázquez Villegas

Luis A. Torres Díaz

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University Press of Florida
DOI:10.5744/florida/9780813062792.003.0004

This chapter, “Noh Kah: An Archaeological Site in Extreme Southeastern Quintana Roo,” describes the newly surveyed site Noh Cah as an example of the clustered dispersed settlement pattern known from throughout southeastern Quintana Roo. These mostly Early Classic sites do not have a single monumental core as is common in Petén. Rather they have multiple monumental cores arranged in clusters across a more dispersed landscape, possibly an advantageous arrangement for large scale cacao production. They are linked by line-of-site from pyramidal summits oriented on a predominately east–west axis that does not deviate beyond the angle of the summer and winter solstices. Epigraphic evidence from several of these sites links them to Early Classic Dzibanché and the powerful Kaanal dynasty that was located there.

Keywords:   Noh Cah, landscape, clustered dispersed settlement, Dzibanché, Kaanal dynasty

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