Documentary film on the Maya city of Itzapa . . . by archaeologist Garth Norman
Garth has been working on Maya city sites, especially Itzapa (or Izapa) for over 57 years. He is constantly searching for new information and understanding. He also toured the major Creek heritage sites in North Georgia, including the Nacoochee Valley. If you are Itsate (Hitchiti) Creek, Itzapa was your ultimate mother town. It is no accident that the Creek name for their provinces in the Southern Appalachian Mountains was Itzapa . . . Place of the Itza. Viewers will thoroughly enjoy this film.
I will be producing true movie documentaries, similar in style to this one, once I get settled in my forthcoming residence, which will have space for my library. It has a room that will be used as a architectural virtual reality graphics and film studio, plus an adjacent deck for outdoor photography and filming. The screen porch, at least for now, will be used as a shop for building town models. Most of my books have been boxed up since Christmas Week 2009! Until then, I hope you are enjoying the slide show videos on Youtube.
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