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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...

More than 350,000 have Visited the First Exhibition in Mexico Dedicated...

MEXICO CITY.- More than 350,000 persons have visited the exhibition “Moctezuma II. Time and Destiny of a Ruler”, which opened at the Templo Mayor Museum on June 17th 2010, where 220 Prehispanic and Colonial jewels account for the life of the ...

Study Reveals that Elite of Yaxchilan Produced Exclusive Handcrafts

MEXICO CITY.- Analyses conducted to objects made out of mollusk shells found at the Little Acropolis of Yaxchilan, in Chiapas, reveal the possibility of specialized handcraft workshops at the interior of Maya palaces. Apparently, members of the elite c...

Study Reveals that Elite of Yaxchilan Produced Exclusive Handcrafts

MEXICO CITY.- Analyses conducted to objects made out of mollusk shells found at the Little Acropolis of Yaxchilan, in Chiapas, reveal the possibility of specialized handcraft workshops at the interior of Maya palaces. Apparently, members of the elite c...

More than 90,000 Persons have Visited Moctezuma II Exhibition

MEXICO CITY.- The 220 archaeological jewels part of the exhibition Moctezuma II. Time and Destiny of a Ruler, the first one about a Prehispanic ruler, have been visited by more than 90,000 persons during a month and a half, since its inauguration in Ju...

More than 90,000 have Visited Moctezuma II Exhibition

MEXICO CITY.- The 220 archaeological jewels part of the exhibition Moctezuma II. Time and Destiny of a Ruler, the first one about a Prehispanic ruler, have been visited by more than 90,000 persons during a month and a half, since its inauguration in Ju...

Laser Scanner Applied at Emblematic Mexican Monuments

MEXICO CITY.- Emblematic Mexican constructions such as the Metropolitan Cathedral, Palacio Nacional, Padre Tembleque Aqueduct and San Juan de Ulua Fort have been digitalized by the National Institute of Anthropology and History using the laser scanner ...

Moctezuma II Exhibition Opens and Experts Hope to Uncover an Emperor’s...

MEXICO CITY (AP).- Archaeologists found some of the richest and most unusual Aztec offerings ever in excavations under a mammoth slab depicting an earth goddess and said Wednesday they hope to uncover an emperor's tomb nearby. The seven offerings of st...

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