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Mexican Archaeologists Find Probable Prehispanic Maya Cemetery in Tabasco

MEXICO CITY.- In the surroundings of Comalcalco Archaeological Zone, Tabasco, the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) found 116 burials that are more than 1,000 years old; 66 of them were deposited in funerary urns while the other 50 ...

Archaeologists Lower Small, Remote-Controlled Camera Into Early Mayan Tomb

MEXICO CITY (AP).- A small, remote-controlled camera lowered into an early Mayan tomb in southern Mexico has revealed an apparently intact funeral chamber with offerings and red-painted wall murals, researchers said Thursday. Footage of the approximate...

Archaeologists Lower Small, Remote-Controlled Camera Into Early Mayan Tomb

MEXICO CITY (AP).- A small, remote-controlled camera lowered into an early Mayan tomb in southern Mexico has revealed an apparently intact funeral chamber with offerings and red-painted wall murals, researchers said Thursday. Footage of the approximate...

Mexican Archaeologists Discover a Second Ballgame Player at Court in Cerro...

MEXICO CITY.- Researchers from the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH Mexico) discovered a second sculpture of a ballgame player, which, unlike the one found in late 2010, has its head. The finding took place at Cerro del Teul Archaeo...

Mexican Archaeologists Discover a Second Ballgame Player at Court in Cerro...

MEXICO CITY.- Researchers from the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH Mexico) discovered a second sculpture of a ballgame player, which, unlike the one found in late 2010, has its head. The finding took place at Cerro del Teul Archaeo...

Mexican Archaeologists Find Ancient Staircase at Tlatelolco, May Confirm First Building

MEXICO CITY.- When looking for archaeological elements of the first constructive stage of Tlatelolco, to confirm a foundation date, researchers of the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) found at Templo Mayor (Main Temple) a staircase...

Seven New Maya Archaeological Sites Registered in Yucatan by INAH Specialists

MEXICO CITY.- Specialists from the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) identified seven new Prehispanic Maya sites and a high concentration of human burials in the town of Sitpach, located east of Merida, Yucatan. The finding took pl...

New Book Presents 150 Images Captured by the First Female Photographer...

MEXICO CITY.- According to the census of 1910, there were 14 female photographers in Mexico; from them, we only conserve photographs captured by Sara Castrejon, from Guerrero, between 1908 and mid fifties. These images reflect social, economic and poli...

Mexican Artist Hands Over Aztatlan Archaeological Pieces to Mexican Government

MEXICO CITY.- A collection of almost 300 archaeological pieces dated between 200 and 1350 AD, considered one of the most important collections of Aztatlan Culture, developed in the lowlands of Nayarit, was received by the National Institute of Anthropo...

Mexican Artist Hands Over Aztatlan Archaeological Pieces to Mexican Government

MEXICO CITY.- A collection of almost 300 archaeological pieces dated between 200 and 1350 AD, considered one of the most important collections of Aztatlan Culture, developed in the lowlands of Nayarit, was received by the National Institute of Anthropo...

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