The collection shown here was found during excavations of the
Y-45 elite domestic group.  They were found smashed on the
floors of the main structure in the group.  Their largely
reconstructable state, diverse forms and large number suggest
rapid abandonment or possibly even ritual termination of the
structure. The sipped olla sherd in the center contains a date,
possibly 8 Ahau.  The very large olla was repeatedly resurfaced
with lime plaster and likely served as a large scale water storage
for the house.
Ritual offerings and idol fragments from the 18O-1 colonnaded hall
group's shrine structure.
Mama red is the dominant slipped ware found in the area.
Navula is the dominant unslipped ware found in the area.