Rogelio Valencia Rivera holds a Master of Science degree from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid and a PhD in History with a specialisation in American Anthropology from the Faculty of Geography and History of the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. He has been part of the Calakmul Archaeological Project since 2008. He specialises in Maya and Mesoamerican epigraphy, iconography, history and religion, with special emphasis on the analysis of the relationship between text and image in pre-Hispanic plastic representations.
Rogelio Valencia Rivera
This study of K'awiil analyses one of the most important deities of the Maya pantheon, and allows us to approach the religious thought of this people, since it is through the myths, rituals and other religious and cultural activities in which a deity participates, that we can try to understand how the Maya conceived their universe. READ MORE
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