Yes, I thought so too. So, here it is: the photo essay called Spectacles and Spectators: Maya Festivals and Maya Plazas includes photos of some of the more famous Maya sites, focusing specifically on their plazas. The text is based in part on Inomata's paper in Current Anthropology and part on stuff I had lying around the house, including Royal Courts of the Maya Volumes 1 and 2 and the new collection called The Archaeology of Performance. Photos in the essay include those of Tulúm, Tikal, Copán, Bonampak, Uxmal, and Calakmul; and they were taken by Takeshi Inomata, Lorena Cassady, Alfred Diem, Jami Dwyer, Nick Leonard, Erwin Morales, and Esparta Palma.
- Maya Festivals and Maya Plazas: Spectacles and Spectators, the photo essay
- The Role of the Plaza in Maya Festivals, a description of the research by Takeshi Inomata, and including a bibliography
- Maya Archaeological Sites
- The Maya Civilization and Timeline