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Caracol is the name given to a large ancient Maya archaeological site, located in what is now the Cayo District of Belize.Who is the director of the Caracol project?
The Caracol Archaeological Project (ongoing every year since 1985) is directed by Arlen and Diane Chase of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), United States. The 1988-1989 field seasons researched the southeast section of the site, between the Conchita and Pajaro-Romonal Causeways, to determine the impact of the Tikal-Naranjo wars.Who was the first person to discover Caracol?
Caracol. Discovered in 1938 by a woodcutter, the ruins were first tentatively surveyed by archaeologists in 1952–53, but not until 1985 were clearing and excavation of the jungle site begun on an extensive scale, initially by a team headed by archaeologists Diane Chase and Arlen Chase of the University of Central Florida.How old was the city of Caracol when it was occupied?
The Caracol area was occupied as early as 1200 BC, yet occupation in the epicentral area was no earlier than 650 BC and lasted no later than AD 950. Caracol boasts 53 carved stone monuments (25 stelae and 28 altars), and more than 250 burials and 200 caches.