Bonampak (known anciently as Ak'e or, in its immediate area as Usiij Witz, 'Vulture Hill')  is an ancient Maya archaeological site in the Mexican state of Chiapas.
Bonampak is a Mayan city located in the Mexican state of Chiapas, in the valley of the Lacanha river, about 20 miles south of Yaxchilan. The small site is ...
Paintings tell this Maya story. The Bonampak archaeological zone in Chiapas, Mexico is small, but don't let its size determine the significance of this Mayan Ruin.
Located within the deep tropical rainforest of Chiapas, Mexico, the ancient Maya site of Bonampak is home to the most complete and important mural program of the ...
Bonampak (pronounced bō-näm-päk’) means “painted wall” in modern Mayan, and that is exactly what this site is famous for – its ancient murals.
Bonampak’s setting in dense jungle hid it from the outside world until 1946. Stories of how it was revealed are full of mystery and innuendo, but it seems that ...
Bonampak, Bonampak: Mayan fresco from Bonampak Ygunza/FPG ancient Mayan city, situated on a tributary of the Usumacinta River, now in eastern Chiapas, Mexico.
A rarely-preserved expression of Maya artistry–painting–comes to life at the archaeological site of Bonampak. The site, located in southern Chiapas, Mexico ...
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Describes a project at Yale University to document, reconstruct and study the ancient murals.