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Mexican archeologists uncover pre-Columbian village in Quintana Roo
2020-04-28
The village belongs to the Postclassic period
Despite COVID-19, 4,000 Spring equinox enthusiasts visit Chichén Itzá
2020-03-20
The legendary Mayan site is home to an amazing equinox phenomenon
Yoruba archeological piece Mexico returned to Nigeria is fake
2020-03-18
On February 25, Mexico returned an allegedly ancient Ife sculpture to Nigeria
Researchers unravel the mystery surrounding the Xalla Palace in Teotihuacan
2020-03-15
For decades, archaeologists and scientists have been studying the ancient civilization that once inhabited Teotihuacan
UNAM rekindles the ancient pre-Hispanic ballgame
2020-03-03
UNAM researchers are analyzing the characteristics of the ancient rubber ball
Evidence suggests Teotihuacan collapsed in 570 A.D.
2020-03-01
For many years, Teotihuacan was the most powerful city in Mesoamerica
Mexico returns Yoruba archeological piece to Nigeria
2020-02-26
The bronze sculpture from the Yoruba people was seized in Mexico City’s Benito Juárez International Airport
Mexican archeologists recover ancient monolith
2020-02-26
The limestone slab is characterized by a full-length feline carved in relief
Great Mayan Aquifer: Mexico to digitalize cenotes in Yucatán and Quintana Roo
2020-02-22
The purpose of the Great Mayan Aquifer is to create reproductions available to the public and create virtual museums
Mexico recovers rare 500-year-old coins located in the U.S.
2020-02-22
The coins are made of copper and belong to pre-Columbian cultures in Michoacán and Guerrero