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  • A Pre-Columbian Mexican Poem(122 clicks)
    Fatalistic poem by HUNGRY-COYOTE (NEZAHUALCOYOTL)
  • Ancient Mexico(127 clicks)
  • ancientmexico.com(114 clicks)
    An educational resource for the study of the art and culltures of Pre-Colombian Mesoamerica.
  • Cenotes of Chichén Itzá(133 clicks)
    The Great City
  • History of Meso-American Architecture:Teotihuacan No. 1(140 clicks)
    Chronicles of the phases of development of the city and photos of the Pyramid of the Sun and Quetzalcoatl.
  • Maya Archeology in the Yucatan(140 clicks)
    Maya sites near Merida, Yucatan
  • Mexican Artifacts in the Cobb Museum of Archeology(121 clicks)
    Paul Jacobs and his staff present excellent photographs of Mexican pre-Columbian artifacts
  • Museo del Templo Mayor(135 clicks)
    In Spanish or English. "Inaugurated on October 12, 1987, this site museum preserves, exhibits and publicizes information on archaeological materials excavated over the course of several seasons of work conducted by the Templo Mayor Project, from 1978 to the present. The museum has eight halls exhibiting thousands of objects, many of them from the more than 110 offerings uncovered in the Archaeological Zone, as well as sculptures, reliefs and other elements found in this area. Here, the Templo Mayor of the Mexica is reproduced symbolically and in the form of museum displays. To reflect the distribution of their shrines at the Great Temple, the halls in the south wing are dedicated to Huitzilopochtli, god of war, related to the Sun, and those in the north wing to Tlaloc, god of rain."
  • Olmec World: ritual and Rulership(116 clicks)
  • Pre-Columbian History(147 clicks)
    Mexico Online's Guide to the history of Mexico before Columbus
  • Pre-Columbian People in Mexico Until 800 AD(132 clicks)
    Looks at people through the Theocratic Period.
  • Quetzalcoatl: The Man, The Myth, The Legend(119 clicks)
    Complicated issue
  • Tenochtitlan(139 clicks)
  • Teotihuacan Home Page(123 clicks)
    "Consists of introductory pages, recent excavation reports, and an academic journal, each suited for different kinds and levels of readers."
  • The Oldest Book from the Americas(136 clicks)
    Dresden Codex, Maya