23 ceremonial structures unearthed at Teocaltitan

Published on January 9th, 2014 | by Admin

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Archaeologists are working to unearth the remains of 23 ceremonial structures at Teocaltitan in the Mexican state of Jalisco.

At least 23 architectonic structures that were built 1500 years ago, between 450 and 900 AD, are distributed in the 20 acres that make up the highest part of the Teocaltitan hill.

To archaeologist Marisol Montejano Esquivias, director of the project, what makes this job in Teocaltitan the most gratifying is that it represents a preserved space in an archaeological context.”

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Story: Art Daily | Photo: Cristina Perez Ayala

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