Muiscas (ethnic group)

The Muisca culture or Chibcha culture is an indigenous people that inhabited the Cundiboyacense highlands and the south of the department of Santander (in the territory of present-day Colombia ) between 600 BC. n. and. and today. In 1600 its inhabitants were subdued by the Spanish. Their direct …

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Muyil

Muyil . Mayan archaeological site located in the state of Quintana Roo. Summary [ hide ] 1 Origins 2 Location 3 Importance 4 Description of the city 5 Architecture 1 Main buildings 6 Related Links 7 Sources origins It is the name …

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Mitla (archaeological zone)

Mitla . Main ceremonial center after Monte Albán , an archaeological zone located in the Mexican state of Oaxaca . Approximately in the northern portion of the Tlacolula Valley . From 200 1521 d. C. Main chronological location: Late Postclassic 1200 to 1521 AD. C. Summary [ hide ] 1 Origin of the …

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Malpasito de Tabasco

Malpasito de Tabasco . Archaeological site that belonged to the Mayan culture – Zoque , in Tabasco , Mexico . Summary [ hide ] 1 Origin of the name 2 History 3 Description of the city 4 Importance 5 Timeline 6 Related Links 7 Sources Name’s origin It derives its …

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Malinalco

Malinalco . It is located 99 kilometers from Mexico City, it was at the time an important city that belonged to the Mexica . Summary [ hide ] 1 History 2 Description of the city 3 Related Links …

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Potrerillos mouth

Boca de Potrerillos . This archaeological zone houses the largest collection of petroglyphs and cave paintings in the country. In the Mexican state of Nuevo León , city of Monterrey . Summary [ hide ] 1 Location 2 Description of the area 3 Related …

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