Posted 22 August, 2013 by Andrea Sikahall in Heritage

Grinding Hand Fragments.


Theft Report.



Date of Theft: 12 April 2005.

Place of Theft: Archaeological Site Old Resume, Municipality of San Martin Jilotepeque, Chimaltenango Department, Guatemala.

Object Type: Grinding Hand Fragments.

Matterthe: Lithic.

Technique: Size.

Dimensions: See Description.

Title: Lot of 6 Hand grinding fragments.

Period: Postclassic (900-1524 d.C.)

Author: Cultura Maya


DESCRIPTION: Lot six mano fragments of the following sizes: Part "a" long 9.8 cms., width 6.1 cms., high 3.9 cms., Part "b" long 5.6 cms., width 6.9 cms., high 3.9 cms.; Part "c" long 6.5 cms., width 7.2 cms., high 4.7 cms.; part "d" long 7.6 cms., width 6.9 cms., high 6.46.7 cms.; piece "and" long 6.2 cms., width 6.4 cms., high 3.1 cms.; piece "f" long 6.5 cms., width 7.6., high 6.3 cms.

Registry of Cultural Property. / General Cultural and Natural Heritage. Ministry of Culture and Sports. Registration No. “a” – “f”.


Theft Report No. 77

Register of Cultural Property, Unit Prevention of Illicit Traffic of Cultural Heritage.


Phone (502) 2426-0718.





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