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Power Structure at El Tajin Revealed: City was Not Governed by...

MEXICO CITY.- New hypotheses about the last stage and government of El Tajin civilization point out to a rule that was not exclusive of one person but of several, as announced in a conference series organized by the National Institute of Anthropology a...

Great Mexica Monoliths Now Available in High Definition and in Detail...

MEXICO CITY.- INAH’s web page now offers details of 3 emblematic Mexica sculptures: Coyolxauhqui, Tlaltecuhtli and the Sun Stone (Piedra del Sol) can be admired on-line in an interactive site created by the National Institute of Anthropology and H...

Mexican Government Says $4 Million Maya Sculpture Sold in Paris is...

MEXICO CITY.- In relation to the auction of archaeological pieces held in Paris, France on Monday, March 21, by the Binoche–Giquello auction house, the National Institute of Anthropology and History and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Secretaría...

Archaeologists from INAH Conduct Research at Hoyo Negro Flooded Cave in...

MEXICO CITY.- The finding of a human skull and bones of Prehistoric mega fauna, among them a gomphothere, in a flooded cave at the Peninsula of Yucatan, motivated the implementation of the interdisciplinary research project coordinated by the National ...

Archaeologists from INAH Conduct Research at Hoyo Negro Flooded Cave in...

MEXICO CITY.- The finding of a human skull and bones of Prehistoric mega fauna, among them a gomphothere, in a flooded cave at the Peninsula of Yucatan, motivated the implementation of the interdisciplinary research project coordinated by the National ...

Prehispanic Wooden Lintels Recovered at Tlatelolco to be Shown for the...

MEXICO CITY.- Three wooden lintels of an age determined between 500 and 800 years, part of temples that might have been seen by Hernan Cortes when arriving to Tlatelolco, will be displayed publicly after being restored by specialists from the National ...

Prehispanic Wooden Lintels Recovered at Tlatelolco to be Shown for the...

MEXICO CITY.- Three wooden lintels of an age determined between 500 and 800 years, part of temples that might have been seen by Hernan Cortes when arriving to Tlatelolco, will be displayed publicly after being restored by specialists from the National ...

Bas-Relief of a Sacred Character Discovered by Mexican Archaeologists at El...

MEXICO CITY.- A fragment of a sculptural tableau that represents a character with 2 left arms, which might have been attached 1,100 years ago to the façade of the Niches Pyramid, was discovered by researchers of the National Institute of Anthropology ...

Bas-Relief of a Sacred Character Discovered by Mexican Archaeologists at El...

MEXICO CITY.- A fragment of a sculptural tableau that represents a character with 2 left arms, which might have been attached 1,100 years ago to the façade of the Niches Pyramid, was discovered by researchers of the National Institute of Anthropology ...

An Unknown Son of Pakal II of Palenque has Been Identified...

MEXICO CITY.- Parting from the reintegration of two fragments from the Northern Tableau of the Temple of the Sun Sanctuary, in Palenque, a new lecture of the glyphic text was conducted in which the name of another son of Pakal II, unknown until now, ma...

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