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Tomás Pérez Suárez

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Archaeologist graduated from the National School of Anthropology and History. Intern in the Master in Mesoamerican Studies of the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters of the UNAM. He is a researcher at the Center for Mayan Studies of the Institute of Philological Research, UNAM.

His fields of research are: sites of the Lower Preclassic on the coast of Chiapas, history of Olmec archeology, Mayan epigraphy and Tabasco ethnography.

Individual project
The Mayan sculpture of Pomona, Tabasco. The Olmec impact on the coast of Chiapas.

Main lines of research:

    ● Arqueología maya







tomasps@prodigy.net.mx