Teotihuacan (Culture Keyword)

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Caves and Tunnels at Teotihuacan, Mexico: a Geological Phenomenon of Archaeological Interest (1990)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Luis A. Barba. Linda Manzanilla. R. Chavez. Luis Flores. A. J. Arzate.

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Intra-Urban Exchange of Teotihuacan: Evidence from Mold-Made Figurines. in Models and Methods In Regional Exchange (1980)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Lawrence P. Allen.

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Skywatching in the Ancient World: New Perspectives in Cultural Astronomy (2007)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Uploaded by: Leigh Anne Ellison

Compiled in honor of Anthony F. Aveni, America's leading archaeoastronomer, Skywatching in the Ancient World offers state-of-the-art work in cultural astronomy by well-known experts in Mayan glyphic studies, cultural history, ethnohistory, and the history of science and of religions. This collection's wide range of outstanding scholarship reveals that cultural astronomy has come into its own. The diverse topics addressed by the contributors include the correlation between Colonial Northern...


Technical Report (2012)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Uploaded by: David Carballo

Technical report from 2012 season


Technical report (2014)
DOCUMENT Full-Text David Carballo. Luis Barba.

Technical report of 2013 field season


Technical report (2015)
DOCUMENT Full-Text David Carballo. Luis Barba.

Technical report of 2014 field season


Technical report (2016)
DOCUMENT Full-Text David Carballo. Luis Barba.

Technical report of 2015-2016 laboratory analyses


Teotihuacan Valley Project
PROJECT Uploaded by: Susan Evans

The Teotihuacan Valley Project was designed to map pre-Hispanic and Colonial period occupations of the Teotihuacan Valley, the northeastern arm of the Basin of Mexico. Initiated in the 1960s by William T. Sanders, the project eventually produced five volumes of reports and many ancillary works, covering the ecology of the valley and the settlement patterns of its successive time periods.


Tlajinga, Teotihuacan, Mexico
PROJECT Carballo David. Barbal Luis. Hirth Kenneth.

Investigations of the Proyecto Arqueológico Tlajinga Teotihuacan (PATT) focus on the Tlajinga district, a cluster of neighborhoods in the southern part of Teotihuacan, Mexico. The area was inhabited by a lower socioeconomic stratum, was the locus of intensive utilitarian craft production, and is bisected by the city’s central artery—named the Street of the Dead by the later Aztecs, who viewed Teotihuacan as a mythical place of origins and an archetypal city. Research goals of the PATT scale from...