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Ancient Mesoamerican civilizations






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The Zapotecs and Mixtecs States

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The first evidence of human activity (economic) of the Zapotecs ancestors are found in the valley of Oaxaca, all sorts of bottles made from pumpkins, dated between 7400 and 6700 BC Between 7000 and 5000’s. BC there are the first agricultural crops, in particular, were found domestic corn (maize), the length of the cob reached […]



Largest Ball Game Court in Atzompa Investigated

Category: News reports

INAH, Santa Maria Atzompa, Oaxaca, March 24, 2009. National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) archaeologists explored recently in Santa Maria Atzompa, Oaxaca, a 45 meters long ballgame court that is the largest found near the ancient city of Monte Alban. Investigations pointed out that other than the central Monte Alban court, the other were […]