Nebaj

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For the Guatemalan municipality, see Santa Maria Nebaj.


Nebaj is an archaeological site of the pre-Columbian Maya civilization, located in the western Guatemala highlands. The famous Fenton Vase, now in the British Museum, originated from Nebaj.[1]

The Fenton vase in the British Museum. Maya, from Nebaj, Guatemala, Late Classic period (AD 600-800)
Nebaj Polychrome Fragment of Old Fire God, 900-1200 AD, Maya, Guatemala, Houston Museum of Natural Science


Coordinates: 15°24′30″N 91°8′50″W / 15.40833°N 91.14722°W / 15.40833; -91.14722

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