Lamanai Museum: Pottery

Lamanai museum: pots

Dec. 30, 1997


The cluttered shelves of the Lamanai museum display pottery and ceramics of various styles and periods informally arranged by theme and size. Some of the ceramics found in Postclassic burials are affiliated with northern wares, while other pottery is similar to that produced in the Petén. Later, Mayapan-style censers appeared, and Tulum-style pottery marked the final prehistoric periods at Lamanai.

Source: Adams, Richard, EW Prehistoric Mesoamaerica. p311