Pottery is the principal cultural material archaeologists use to gain an insight to the cultural histories of ancient societies around the world. The presence and/or absence of pottery informs the analyst about past cultural dynamic processes. Ceramic studies in archaeology are also essential in establishing cultural sequences due to the nature of the material which reflects precise cultural changes over time. The present investigation provides the results from an excavation program conducted at eight sites located throughout the Yalahau region of northern Quintana Roo, México. The investigation here presented is intended to serve as a basic tool for future investigations and investigators in the Yalahau region as well as other sites and regions in the Northern Maya Lowlands.