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La Ruta Maya Foundation participates with the CULTURE section in PUBLIRUTA Magazine as a way to reach more people with information about the Foundation and interesting topics that feature the Pre-Columbian collection in our custody. You can

Sofia Paredes February 25, 2015 0 Comments

Mr. Fernando Paiz, President of the La Ruta Maya Conservation Foundation, was invited by National Geographic Society to participate in the forum entitled "Cultural Heroes: Saving the Past", as part of NatGeo videos. This activity was held

Sofia Paredes February 25, 2015 0 Comments

On February 1, 2015 the Getty Research Institute organized a screening of the documentary film "Dance with the Maize God" and a discussion with a select panel of experts in the field, including Sofia Paredes Maury, Executive Director

Publicly on view for the first time, this “Lurking Jaguar-masked Warrior” is surely one of the most stunning and rarest discoveries of past decades associated with Guatemala’s Early Classic (ca. 250 AD- 600 AD). In fact, it

Once again, the collection in the custody of La Ruta Maya Foundation was consecrated in a solemn ceremony by a group of Aj'qijab or Mayan Spiritual Guides. The first time, the objects were consecrated by the authorities

A painting executed in black paint on a flowstone cave fan was presented to the public by La Ruta Maya Foundation as part of the exhibition THE WORLD OF THE MAYAN ARTIST, at the "Antiguo Colegio de

Sofia Paredes December 19, 2012 0 Comments

A mosaic mask of La Ruta Maya Foundation, was restored from a handful of small pieces of jade, coral and shell. The batch of mosaic pieces was registered a few years ago with the No. by

Sofia Paredes December 19, 2012 0 Comments

La Ruta Maya Conservation Foundation received, from Dr. Francis Robicsek, a collection of slides of architectural remains, monuments, and views of archaeological sites in Mesoamerica, taken by him in the mid-20th century. The slide collection is in

Sofia Paredes December 19, 2012 0 Comments

A limestone block carved with hieroglyphs -from La Ruta Maya collection- was examined by specialists in art history, archeology and epigraphy, in order to determine -at least partially- the lost history of an object that was looted

Sofia Paredes December 14, 2012 0 Comments

On July 26, 2012, Mr. Tomas Calvo Mateo, “Cofrade Principal”, and his group of “Principals” of the Indigenous Municipality of Santo Tomás Chuwilá, Chichicastenango, made a courtesy visit to La Ruta Maya in Guatemala City, driven by