Pusilha, located in inland southern Belize, was a small Classic Maya city with a population of about 7,000. Despite its modest size, Pusilha is second only to Caracol in the number of known inscriptions in Belize. One of the very first sites in the country subject to professional exploration, Pusilha remained relatively unknown and understudied until 2001. In this chapter, we summarize archaeological fieldwork conducted by the authors at the site between 2001 and 2008, focusing on burials and caches associated with eight excavated structures. Among these is a royal tomb whose occupant has been tentatively identified in the hieroglyphic record. We also describe the inscriptions of Pusilha and present a full dynastic account for the kings and queen who ruled the site between AD 571 and 798.