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The Veracruz coast land was a verdant area, even in prehispanic times, and the area of this city and its subsidiary villages was quite extensive (several thousand acres total) with a population in the tens of thousands, a degree of over-population and probable environmental degradation which led to its downfall

The Veracruz coast land was a verdant area, even in prehispanic times, and the area of this city and its subsidiary villages was quite extensive (several thousand acres total) with a population in the tens of thousands, a degree of over-population and probable environmental degradation which led to its downfall

Environmental Degradation, Mexican People, Puerto Morelos, This City, Mayan Ruins, The Area, Mexicans, Acre, Murals

Environmental Degradation, Mexican People, Mayan Ruins, Mexicans, Aztec, Murals, Puerto Morelos, Amnesia, Cancun

Mexican People, Mexicans, Environmental Degradation, Acre, Amnesia, Ruins, Coast, Maya, Abandoned Places

Environmental Degradation, Mexican People, Puerto Morelos, Amnesia, Ruins, Acre, Murals, Maya, Coast

Coe and Koontz, "the site derives its name from the belief of the modern Totonacs that twelve old men called Tajín live in the ruins and

Coe and Koontz, "the site derives its name from the belief of the modern Totonacs that twelve old men called Tajín live in the ruins and

Images of the archaeological ruins of El Tajin

Mexican People, Aztec Ruins, Murals, Amnesia, El Grande, Volcanoes, Cities, Centre, Wall Paintings

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Labna, Yucatan, Mexico Stylized Mayan huts Niches in the frieze resemble the doors to Mayan thatched roofed huts, which are set above the stylized serpent motif.

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The Nunnery, Chichén Itzá, Mexico, circa 1895

The Nunnery (East Façade of East Wing), Chichén Itzá by Cornell University Library Ancient photo

Labná, Yucatan

Digital Imaging Project: Art historical images of architecture and sculpture from Prehistoric to Post-modern art.

Mixtec people, who flourished between 1200 A.D, and 1521 A.D. They were contemporaneous with the Aztecs but managed to retain their independence. Their homeland was a mountainous region in Oaxaca, southern Mexico, known as the Mixteca. They also came to dominate areas of Oaxaca previously under the control of the Zapotec civilization, notably the city of Monte Albán. The Mixtecs were renowned for their skilled work with gold and turquoise mosaic, many of them were employed by Aztec kings.

The original Black civilizations of Mexico and Mesoamerica

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