Robert M. Cikraji is an international scholar and writer. He is recognized for his independent research related to ancient mayan cities. The spring of 2001 he located the lost pyramid of the Yucatan, approximately thirty miles from Chichen Itza, conclusively establishing a communication network via temple structures across the region.
Associated with the prestigous LaSalle University of Mexico and the University of the Caribe, Cikraji who is severely restricted in his activities due to health problems, assists with projects which promote cultural awareness and bilingual education.
Interests: Interests include mayan research, children's stories and nonfiction.
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