The graffiti incised on walls and other surfaces at the site of Tikal, Guatemala, afford an important and fascinating glimpse into a little-explored area of Classic Maya life. This wealth of figural and symbolic material was produced by the inhabitants of Tikal over a span of about 1500 years.
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