Jolom Konob’ (Santa Eulalia) in northern Huehuetenango is one of the most important towns of the Q’anjob’al Maya nation. It is also one of the most distant points in the Highlands that one can visit from Guatemala City, more than ten hours by car in the heart of the Cuchumatanes Mountains.
First Course in Epigraphy, Maní, Yucatán
July 14-18, 2014
Given by Iván Jiménez, Daniela Cano Chan, and Atilano Ceballos (these three were participants at the Second International Congress of Maya Epigraphers in Ocosingo, Chiapas).
July 14 and 15
2 Oc and 3 Chuen
The course began with a prayer to Father-Mother God giving thanks for the day and for what was occurring. Continue reading