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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.
- Explore the ancient ruins of Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula built by the Mayan Civilization.
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.
- Archaeological sites in Baja California Sur, Mexico. Sources gathered by Inner Explorations include photographs of caves and a survey being carried out.
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.
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]
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.
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.
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)
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)
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)
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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