Talking about Epiclassic at Teotihuacan: the urban question
Author(s): NATALIA MORAGAS SEGURA
The collapse of Teotihuacan has traditionally marked the passage of the Classic to Epiclassic period in central Mexico.However, concepts like Epiclassic or collapse, they have different consequences if we analyze the urban center of the city or the Teotihuacan territory. In this paper , we focus on the collapse of the urban center of Teotihuacan analyzing the variability of the archaeological record that shows a very complex social process.
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Talking about Epiclassic at Teotihuacan: the urban question. NATALIA MORAGAS SEGURA. Presented at The 80th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, San Francisco, California. 2015 ( tDAR id: 396180)
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