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Tips for Visiting Archaeological Sites in Mexico - Mexico Travel
Mexico is home to many impressive archaeological sites. Visiting these ancient cities and ceremonial areas is a popular activity for tourists. They offer a glimpse  ...
Mexican Archaeological Sites - Archaeology - About.com
Archaeological sites in Mexico, including sites from Maya, Aztec, Toltec, Olmec, and other ancient cultures.
Must-Visit Archaeological Sites in Mexico - Mexico Travel - About.com
Mexico has over 180 archaeological sites that are open to visitors. These are the ones we consider must-visit sites.
Top 10 Archaeological Sites in Mexico - Archaeology - About.com
This is my personal list of some of the most intriguing, fascinating and must-see archaeological sites in Mexico, ordered from North to South. I could list many ...
Atzompa Archaeological Site in Oaxaca, Mexico - Mexico Travel
Atzompa archaeological site was a satellite of Monte Alban, and is located just outside of Oaxaca city. This Zapotec site.
Neanderthal Study Guide: Archaeological Sites of ... - Le Moustier
A collection of archaeological sites which are considered the remnants of Neanderthal residences and hunting sites.
South African Archaeology Sites - Cape Town - About.com
South Africa has some of the most ancient sites of human kind, and by some accounts was the cradle of humanity. Here's a few of the important archaeological ...
Mayan Ruins of the Yucatan Peninsula - Mexico Travel - About.com
One of Mexico's most important sites, for centuries Chichen Itza was the political, ... Mayapan Archaeological Site - Flickr user mediomundo Creative Commons.
Site Types in Archaeology - About.com
Archaeologists classify archaeological sites by function, size, date, and assemblage of artifacts. Here's a few of the terms used to define site types.
Tulum Archaeological Site - Mayan Ruins - Mexico Travel - About.com
Tulum is a Mayan archaeological site on Mexico's Riviera Maya. The buildings that are visible on the site date from the Post-Classic period, around 1200 to 1500 ...
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