NOW ONLINE! Archaeology & Culture of the Mayan Civilization

Code: AA51015

Dates: April 17 - May 8, 2020

Meets: 9:45 AM to 10:45 AM

Sessions: 4

Course Fee: $82.00

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Shrouded in ancient mystery Mayan ruins throughout Central America continue to fascinate, baffle and surprise us. For example, in 2018, a vast city was discovered deep in the jungles of Guatemala suggesting that Central America supported more extensive advanced civilizations than previously known. Visualize some of these lost worlds when you follow an archaeologist on her recent expeditions to the states of Yuctatán, Quintana Roo and Campeche and “explore” some of the spectacular ruins in Chiapas. Learn about the socio-political history of the area, its geography, art and artifacts. Discuss the challenges faced by Mayan inhabitants both past and present.
Fee: $82.00

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Tatiana Zelenetskaya Young

TATIANA ZELENETSKAYA YOUNG, native of Kiev, Ukraine, is a professional belly dancer who has been involved in Middle Eastern dance for many years and is a PhD Candidate in Anthropology at Temple University. Tatiana performs Egyptian cabaret and modern Egyptian dance and teaches archaeology classes for Main Line School Night. She performed across the tri-state area under her stage name, Kahina Asurah and appeared on the MIND TV program in the history of Belly Dance section. Tatiana travels (and has been living in some countries) around the world to achieve a deeper understanding of dance, its cultural significance and its sacred and primordial nature as well as visited many archaeologically significant areas.. She can be reached by, or you are welcome to visit her website


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