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Indians of Mexico -- Antiquities

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View Resource Ancient Mesoamerican Civilizations

Provided by Kevin L. Callahan, an anthropology graduate student at the University of Minnesota, this site consists of short, referenced essays, organized by civilization (Maya, Mixtec, Zapotec, and Aztec), on Mesoamerican writing systems, governments, and religions. Users can also read essays on the Mayan calendar, "How the Sky Works," and on Maya and Zapotec political structures. These essays,...
View Resource Yaxuna Archaeology Project

This graphics-intensive site, provided by the Selz Foundation, headquartered at Southern Methodist University, details archaeological work done on the little-known city site of Yaxuna in the heart of the Yucatan. At the site, users will find a summary of the archaeological work completed, information on the scientists involved, and full-text versions of papers, articles, and reports that have...