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Becán means "ravine or canyon formed by water" in Maya, and refers to the moat that surrounds the city. Becán, however, is not an old or authentic place name, but was conferred on the site in 1934 by archaeologists of the Third Campeche Expedition sponsored by the Division of Historical Research of the Carnegie Institution of Washington D.C. This expedition reached the site on February 20, 1934 to investigate reports received the previous month.


 

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