Marc Zender

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Marc Zender is an anthropologist, epigrapher, and linguist noted for his work on Maya hieroglyphic writing. As of 2014 he is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Tulane University and a research affiliate at the Middle American Research Institute.[1][2]

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