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Archeologists find burial site at ex-convent of San Agustín in Mexico City
2019-06-27
A group of INAH archeologists found evidence of modifications made to the San Agustín temple
Archeologists plumb Gulf of Mexico in search of Cortés’ sunken ships
2019-06-26
Last May, the expedition found an European anchor dating back to the 15th century in Veracruz
New findings show Maya elite resided in pre-Hispanic Teotihuacán
2019-06-21
Members of the Maya elite participated in major events taking place in the ancient city of Teotihuacán
Kulubá Maya ruins are being restored to their ancient splendor
2019-06-15
Each building shows elements of the cosmovision, ideology, and religion shared with the ancient inhabitants of Ek Balam
Mammoth remains found in Puebla, Mexico
2019-06-12
The fossil remains of what is presumed to be a mammoth were found in the Puebla municipality
Aztec allies ritually disfigured captured Spaniards’ remains
2019-05-10
New research suggests an Aztec-allied town ceremonially disfigured the bodies of captive Spaniards
15th century Spanish anchor found off the coast of Veracruz
2019-05-07
The iron anchor’s shank is 2.59 meters long and both of its arms were kept in good conditions
Yale University returns ancient Maya steale to Mexico
2019-04-16
The piece, an ancient Maya steale, was delivered to the Mexican consulate in New York
Ancient Maya cave art found in Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula
2019-04-13
Cave paintings and a petroglyph were discovered in the jungle of Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula
U.S. returns two Teotihuacan archeological pieces to Mexico
2019-04-12
The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has just returned two archeological pieces to Mexico