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Xnaheb[pronunciation?] is an archaeological site of the pre-Columbian Maya civilization, one of five primary sites identified in the southern Belize region. The center is built on a ridge of foothills that extends from the Maya Mountains, in what is now the Toledo District of Belize. Based on certain architectural similarities between the two sites, it is possible that Xnaheb was originally founded as an offshoot of Nim Li Punit.
- Leventhal (1992, pp.145,152); see also PDF (3390 KiB), section report in Wanyerka (2004).
- Pemberton (2005, p.10)
- Dunham et al. (1989, p.275).
- Dunham, Peter S.; Thomas R. Jamison, and Richard M. Leventhal (1989). "Secondary development and settlement economics: The Classic Maya of Southern Belize". In Patricia A. McAnany and Barry L. Isaac (eds.). Prehistoric Maya Economies of Belize. Research in Economic Anthropology, Supplement 4. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press. pp. 255–292. ISBN 1-55938-051-9. OCLC 20029874.
- Levanthal, Richard M. (1992). "The Development of a Regional Tradition in Southern Belize". In Elin C. Danien and Robert J. Sharer (eds.). New Theories on the Ancient Maya. University Museum Monograph series, #77. Philadelphia: University Museum, University of Pennsylvania. pp. 145–154. ISBN 0-924171-13-8. OCLC 25510312.
- Pemberton, Keith Michael (August 2005). Models for Ancient Maya Coastal Site Development and Economy: Examination of Pork and Doughboy Point, Port Honduras, Belize (PDF). Master's Thesis. Louisiana State University, Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Collection. Retrieved 2008-03-18.
- Wanyerka, Phillip J. (2004). "The Southern Belize Epigraphic Project: The Hieroglyphic Inscriptions of Southern Belize" (PDF online publication). The Foundation Granting Department: Reports Submitted to FAMSI. Foundation for the Advancement of Mesoamerican Studies, Inc. (FAMSI). Retrieved 2008-03-18.
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