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  • The "Y" Files - Information about colonial monuments in the Yucatan region including espadañas, murals, churches, and various archaeological sites. Includes photos and maps and offers guidebooks.
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  • Chichen Itza - Explore the ancient ruins of Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula built by the Mayan Civilization.
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  • Earliest Mesoamerican Human-duck Imagery from Cuauhtémoc, Chiapas - The Mesoamerican Formative period (1600 BCE - 300 CE) represents the time when agricultural dependence and sociopolitical complexity developed in the region for the first time.
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  • Forgotten Baja - Archaeological sites in Baja California Sur, Mexico. Sources gathered by Inner Explorations include photographs of caves and a survey being carried out.
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  • Huichol Indians of Mexico: The Real Treasure of the Sierra Madre - An article by Charmayne McGee for Planeta.com describing this fragile indigenous culture, a window open to the natural world of preColombian times.
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  • Mayan Esteem Project - Archaeological site preservation project in Chilon. Provides photos of pyramids and other structures, information on funding proposals and completed survey work, and list of board members. [English/Spanish]
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  • Old Mound May Lead to New Ideas About People 5,000 Years Ago - Archaeologists have discovered the remains of a 5,000-year-old shell mound in southern Mexico.
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  • Search For the Lost Cave People - NOVA Online follows an international group of archaeologists into the Chiapas region of Mexico to search for the remains of the Zoque civilization that preceded the Maya.
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  • Early Villages Hhold the Key to War - From New Scientist, the advent of affluent village life with communities splitting into clans may have heralded the first wars, suggests archeological analysis of ancient Mexico. (September 15, 2003)
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  • Field Museum Archaeologists Discover Tomb Under Zapotec Residential Complex In Oaxaca, Mexico - From ScienceDaily, a team of Field Museum archaeologists discovered a 1,500-year-old underground tomb while excavating a palace-like residence in Oaxaca. (August 23, 2003)
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  • Investigating Chinampa Farming - Excellent preservation at CH-AZ-195 provides information on plant use and farming activities for the two hundred years of occupation. (January 01, 2000)
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  • Cave Paintings of the Baja California Peninsula - An illustrated article by Mark Rose from Archaeology on the rock shelters painted c.600 years ago with animals and people - a World Heritage Site. (December 30, 1998)
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