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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...

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 ...

Human Skeletons and Vessels Dating from 900 to 1521 AD Located...

MEXICO CITY.- Five Prehispanic burials of high rank personages, accompanied by rich offerings, were discovered recently at Tamtoc Archaeological Zone, in San Luis Potosi, by researchers from the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH). Th...

Human Skeletons and Vessels Dating from 900 to 1521 AD Located...

MEXICO CITY.- Five Prehispanic burials of high rank personages, accompanied by rich offerings, were discovered recently at Tamtoc Archaeological Zone, in San Luis Potosi, by researchers from the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH). Th...

Skeletons and Architectural Vestiges Reveal an Occupation that Dates from 1,500...

MEXICO CITY.- Prehispanic ceramics, human skeletons and vestiges of dwelling and ceremonial areas are part of findings registered by archaeologists throughout a decade of explorations at Tepoztlan, Morelos; this discovering reveals that the site had an...

Mexico Launches "Mexican Digital Library" Including Twenty Important Codices

MEXICO CITY.- With a selection of documentary treasures, from the Prehispanic, Colonial, Independent and Revolutionary periods, the Mexican Digital Library (BDMx) has been launched at www.bdmx.mx. Promoted by the National Council for Culture and Arts (...

Mexico Launches "Mexican Digital Library" Including Twenty Important Codices

MEXICO CITY.- With a selection of documentary treasures, from the Prehispanic, Colonial, Independent and Revolutionary periods, the Mexican Digital Library (BDMx) has been launched at www.bdmx.mx. Promoted by the National Council for Culture and Arts (...

Prehispanic Decapitated Ballgame Player Sculpture Discovered by Archaeologists in Mexico

MEXICO CITY.- A Prehispanic sculpture that represents a beheaded ballgame player was discovered by archaeologists from the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) at El Teul Archaeological Zone, in Zacatecas, one of the few Mesoamerican s...

Prehispanic Decapitated Ballgame Player Sculpture Discovered by Archaeologists in Mexico

MEXICO CITY.- A Prehispanic sculpture that represents a beheaded ballgame player was discovered by archaeologists from the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) at El Teul Archaeological Zone, in Zacatecas, one of the few Mesoamerican s...

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