A common form of relative dating in Mesoamerica is through ceramic chronology. This is due to the fact that ceramics preserve well, especially the humid environment. Through cross-dating across sites, different types of ceramics can be arranged with loose sets of dates. HSU’s Dos Hombres to Gran Cacao archaeology project in Belize has been collecting ceramic data since 2009, and the information has been placed into GIS to view and query visually. This focuses on one of the larger settlements studied by the project, N950. The initial GIS processing uses N950’s Structures 30, 32, and 36. The map produced represents when the ceramics were found and where they are relative to each other.