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De cómo Estados Unidos robó a México más de la mitad de su territorio.

De cómo Estados Unidos robó a México más de la mitad de su territorio.

Mexican bird headed whistle 8th to 9th century-ceramic-whistle-mexico-450x644

Bird-Headed Figure Whistle Date: century Geography: Mexico, Mesoamerica, Veracruz Culture: Veracruz Medium: Ceramic, pigment Dimensions: H. x x cm) Classification: Ceramics-Musical Instruments

Huge Dinosaur Tail Discovered in Mexico: The well-preserved tail measures about 16 feet (5 meters) long, contains 50 vertebrate, and seems to have belonged to a hadrosaur — a duck-billed dino that lived about 72 million years ago. Hadrosaurs grew to be about 40 feet (12 m) long, so the tail would have taken up just under half the length of its body.

The tail was discovered in northern Mexico and most likely belonged to a hadrosaur, a duck-billed dinosaur. The tail is meters feet) ans is made up of 50 vertebrae. Tails are rare finds, and this one is the first discovered is such good condition.

Uxmal Mayan Ruins -- Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico. Went for my 50th Birthday with my husband. Carnival cruise August 2010.

Pyramid of the Magician, Uxmal Mayan Ruins, Puuc, Mexico by Richard Rathe

¡Es un lugar sorprendente!  Un viaje corto pero mágico y muy enriquecedor del que no te puedes arrepentir. A hora y media de Guadalajara, Jalisco, México se encuentra Los Guachimontones. La entrada a la Zona Arqueológica es gratuita, solo tienes que registrarte en una libreta. Tu visita puede ser guiada por algunas de las personas que voluntariamente te explican un poco sobre la historia de los Guachimontones, y lo que ahí se encuentra.

¡Es un lugar sorprendente! Un viaje corto pero mágico y muy enriquecedor del que no te puedes arrepentir. A hora y media de Guadalajara, Jalisco, México se encuentra Los Guachimontones. La entrada a la Zona Arqueológica es gratuita, solo tienes que registrarte en una libreta. Tu visita puede ser guiada por algunas de las personas que voluntariamente te explican un poco sobre la historia de los Guachimontones, y lo que ahí se encuentra.

In Guatemala, 800 kilometres of tunnels have been mapped underneath the Mayan pyramid at Tikal.  Researchers suggest that this may provide an explanation for how half a million Mayans escaped the decimation of their culture.

Mexican archeologists have discovered a maze of stone temples in underground caves, some submerged in water and containing human bones, which ancient Mayans believed was a portal where dead souls entered the underworld.

Picture of giant stone head in La Venta Mexico

Man of La Venta Archaeologists study a colossal Olmec stone head in La Venta, Mexico in this 1947 National Geographic photo. The Olmec civilization, via NG FB

These pre-Columbian artifacts were found in Jaltipan, Mexico. Researchers believe the settlement was occupied from around the first century A.D. until A.D. 600 or 700. - See more at: http://www.livescience.com/38155-ancient-graves-pyramid-mexico.html#sthash.U2CtMCdG.dpuf

Ancient Graves, Pyramid Ruins Found in Mexico

Construction work in eastern Mexico exposed an ancient settlement, including 30 skeletons and the ruins of a pyramid, believed to be up to years old, archaeology officials announced.

Archaeologists from the National Institute of Anthropology & History (INAH-Conaculta) found a complex panel of petroglyphs carved from 850 to 1350 AD, in “Cantil de las animas” [Soul Ledge] near the town of Jesus Maria Cortes,Tepic, Nayarit. The bas-relief symbolic carvings, are attributed to ancient groups of the Aztlan culture, located in an archeological zone of the region –Nayarit’s mountainous southern high plateau  http://artdaily.com/index.asp?int_sec=2_new=60333#.UQLUpSZGJ5Q[/url]

Mexican archaeologists find complex panel of year-old petroglyphs in Nayarit

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