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Rudolf Eckhardt 25m
Avenue of the Dead - is organized around this central axis. It was not a city of the dead but the religious center of living people. The road through the ceremonial district was more like a 'via sacra', a sacred avenue.
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David Carballo Apr 1
It was fun to speak about with the team from the Seven Ages podcast, who had done their research and asked great questions. Starts at 11 min after some discussion of beer (also important) Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode 23: Teotihuacán
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Marianne Fredericks Apr 15
Really missing the pyramids of Teotihuacan outside of Mexico City. I want to go back soon. I want to explore more of the pyramids in Mexico so bad. I missed the templor mayor pyramid in Mexico City and the round pyramids of Los guachimontones, outside of Guadalajara.
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Catherine Nuckols-Wilde Feb 25
The “Jade Goddess” of Teotihuacan. I love this beautiful rendering of opulence and abundance. Note the large jade earplugs, the length of the quetzal feathers in the headdress, and the valuable objects spilling from the hands.
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Meeple Lady💃🏽🌵🇵🇭 Mar 19
We building pyramids!!
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Better Travel Together Apr 13
¡Hola, México! 🇲🇽 We just arrived a few days ago, and we already fell in love with this beautiful country! 💕 The food, the culture, the language,... What's not to love? 😍 Yesterday we've visited with the famous sun and moon pyramids. 🔺☀️…
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Chi-girlabouttown Apr 4
to our awesome getaway in Mexico City! We were checking out the ruins, if you are here in Chicago you like me are likely over the weather! I am in need of some fun in the sun! How about you?
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Corazon Mexica Feb 8
A necklace made of shell and human teeth. Found buried, around the necks of buried individuals, at the pyramid of Quetzalcoatl in Teotihuacan. Late preclassic, 400 BC to 200 AD.
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ancient pix Feb 20
Burial of a woman at with a jadeite tooth that was cemented or attached with fiber to her mandible. 350 to 450 AD.
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Heavy Cardboard Apr 5
Hope y’all join us and The Peanut Gallery as we play-through the upcoming expansion for by 1900 EDT/2300 UTC/0100 CEST
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Paola Norman Mar 1
Handsome hubby in . 😎
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lenny mesina Apr 6
Pyramiding at the mysterious pyramids of 🌚🌝 (way better that planking, whatever that nonsense was about) @ Piramides De Teotihuacan
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10 Wall Street Apr 3
Video of "Temple of the Moon" @ Seen from Top of Adjacent Platform Pyramid...
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Rudolf Eckhardt Feb 1
- Great god of ancient . His name is a miraculous synthesis of serpent (coatl) and bird (quetzal). The earliest known appearance in Central occurs at the Temple of Quetzalcoatl at , dating to the 3rd c. A.D.
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Heavy Cardboard Apr 5
Join us for the Teach & Play-Through of by Daniele Tascini from with the Late Preclassic Period expansion coming out at ! Who will gain the most fame as we continue to plan the construction of Teotihuacan? 🍎🍌🥜🐘
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Rainer Åhlfors Mar 29
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Catherine Nuckols-Wilde Apr 14
Tia Alquist and Kristine Clark from the presenting on their work documenting mural fragments in the lab. I’m so excited to see the rest of this important detail unfold!
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Nasir Younus Apr 5
Had the time of my life in Mexico 🇲🇽 @ Piramides De Teotihuacan
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BoardGamer Feb 24
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C J van Nieuwerburgh Mar 29
Will be delivering keynote about how can have a positive impact in educational settings this morning. Tomorrow, I’ll be visiting (a childhood dream). Worryingly, I’m more excited about the opportunity to talk to school leaders about in education!
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