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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 ...

Pilar Luna, Pioneer of Mexican Underwater Archaeology, Given J.C. Harrington Award

MEXICO CITY.- As an acknowledgement to her 30-year trajectory, devoted to research and preservation of the submerged cultural heritage, archaeologist Pilar Luna Erreguerena, pioneer of Underwater Archaeology in Mexico, was awarded with the J.C. Harring...

Pilar Luna, Pioneer of Mexican Underwater Archeology, Given J.C. Harrington Award

MEXICO CITY.- As an acknowledgement to her 30-year trajectory, devoted to research and preservation of the submerged cultural heritage, archaeologist Pilar Luna Erreguerena, pioneer of Underwater Archaeology in Mexico, was awarded with the J.C. Harring...

"Cleopatra: The Search for the Last Queen of Egypt" Headed to...

CINCINNATI, OH.- The world of Cleopatra VII, which has been lost to the sea and sand for nearly 2,000 years, will surface in Cincinnati on February 18, 2011 when “Cleopatra: The Search for the Last Queen of Egypt” opens its doors. Cincinnati ...

Ship Lost for More than 150 Years is Recovered in Canada

TORONTO (AP).- Canadian archeologists have found a ship abandoned more than 150 years ago in the quest for the fabled Northwest Passage and which was lost in the search for the doomed expedition of Sir John Franklin, the head of the team said Wednesday...

INAH Submerged Archaeology Documentary Season at MNA

MEXICO CITY.- For over 30 years, submerged archaeology in Mexico has developed and consolidated in different areas from the formation of specialists to the use of advanced technology; research has focused in diverse themes as well, from the study of fi...

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