The site of Say Ka, less than 4 km from the major center of La Milpa, has generated a large degree of interest among researchers in northwestern Belize in part because of its elusiveness. After being recorded by archaeologists in 1990, Say Ka was "lost"; attempts to relocate it failed for nearly a decade (Figure I). It was fortuitously rediscovered in 1999, and three seasons of excavation began in 2004. This paper considers the history of Say Ka, its rediscovery, the results of initial excavations, and the possible implications of this minor center for studying the La Milpa suburban zone.
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Houk, B. A., & Hageman, J. B. (2007). Lost and found: (Re)-placing Say Ka in the La Milpa suburban settlement pattern. Mexicon, 29(6), 152-156. Retrieved from https://neiudc.neiu.edu/anth-pub/5.