2012 Belize Archaeology & Anthropology symposium

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The 10th installment of the Belize Archaeology Symposium (BAS) is scheduled for June 26th ? June 29th, 2012 in San Ignacio, Belize. Registration for the conference will begin on March 5th, 2012.

Participants are encouraged to pre-register and make travel plans
early so that they can be guaranteed a place as well as advantageous rates on travel.

Presentations for the Symposium will be held inside the San Ignacio Resort Hotel’s Bedran Hall with a day of Anthropology on Tuesday June 26th, 2012. This will be followed by the Archaeology presentations follow on Wednesday June 27th and continue through to Friday June 29th, 2012.

The hotel selected for this year’s conference is the San Ignacio Resort Hotel.It is one of the traditional hotels in the twin towns of San Ignacio and Santa Elena. The newly renovated San Ignacio Resort Hotel is Cayo’s premier fullservice resort in San Ignacio, Belize. The hotel boasts first class amenities such as a beautiful outdoor pool, tennis, meeting space for 200, luxury spa, and signature restaurant and bar. All rooms feature air-conditioning, private
tiled baths, cable TV, telephones, and internet access. All presentations will be held at this venue.

Archaeology presentations will be made on one of the following topics:
**Time and the Maya
**Archaeology in Belize: Research Investigations Results

Registration will be held each morning of the Symposium starting at 7:30am.
Belizean Attendees BZD $10.00per day
Foreign Attendees BZD $20.00per day
Lectures start daily at 8:30am.
Coffee break included in Registration Fee.
For more information contact:
Culvert Road, Belmopan, Belize C.A.
Ph: 822?2106 or 822?2227
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