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Jiao-Long Aug 15
Stairways to heaven. -The Great Pyramids of Teotihuacan -The Great Pyramids of Giza -Orion Belt
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David Carballo Sep 2
Great to see results of our project at Tlajinga used in undergrad teaching. Julisa Rojas made this very nice overview page of the site in a class led by Nice job Julisa!
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Claire Perrott May 27
Virtual field trip to Teotihuacan! Yes please! How have I never seen this before?
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Board&Dice Jul 6
We love getting messages like this from you! Just look at that - pretty tokens 3D-printed at home. Thank you Leonardo Aguilar for making them, and thank you Fer Lopez for sharing with us! Happy playing! :)
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Jiao-Long Aug 26
-Did you know that The Pyramid of Sun in Teotihuacan Mexico have a base, equal of The Great Pyramid of Giza? -Not only that, it's also shifted off center, the same distance as the King's Chamber, both in a South-East direction.
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MetaD123 Sep 2
Starting with I found this comprehensive yet simple article - Teotihuacan -
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Tlatollotl Sep 3
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🕹️🗿🛸 ArchyFantasies 💖💜💙🏳️‍🌈 Aug 25
New masks! Teotihuacan Tree, Teotihuacan Owl, and Tlaloc, God of Rain by Big Red Hair via get these! they are awesome in person and so comfy!
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Ivan Vagner Jun 4
ANSWER: The archeologists estimate it to cover up to 28,000 sq. km with up to 125,000 residents. This is one of the largest and most ancient Aztec cities. The first settlements appeared in 3 century BC, with the city turning into the regional center in 2 century BC.
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Archaeological Conservancy Aug 9
Researchers studying paintings at the Quezalpapálotl Complex have confirmed the presence of cinnabar and hematite in the paint. Note: This article can be read in Spanish or English.
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marjinalworld May 28
Teotihuacan is considered the most famous city in North America before Columbus. There are also different opinions about who was founded and the date of establishment. It was declared a World Heritage List by UNESCO in 1998. Location: Mexico
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Carl B. Arnold III Jun 4
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UndertheMeeplescope Jul 18
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Thomas Yaeger Jun 18
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Mistress Missy Aug 15
My friend was just a little upset I beat him and my husband 137 to 114 the first time I played from 😈
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EL UNIVERSAL English Sep 11
The archeological site, one of ’s top tourist destinations, reopened to visitors this week with strict health measures. The site was closed since the Spring Equinox due to the pandemic Read more:
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Joris Bogers Sep 12
First solo game of from . Man, there is a lot to keep track of in this game, and the bot kicked my butt, but i feel i am goin to love it once i get more comfortable with it. I am sure i made tons of errors, but thst's how you learn.
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MeepleGamers 🏠🏡🏘️🏚️🏡🏠🏚️🏘️🏡🏠🏚️🏘️🏡🏠🏚️ Aug 15
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Board&Dice Aug 25
Hey, all euro-gamers! Grab your dice, ✏️ , character sheets and prepare yourselves for tomorrow! We will have something awesome for those who love both dry euro games and adventures! 🧙‍♂️🧟‍♀️🐺
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Filling Space Sep 9
"What is the most interesting aspect of Mayan astronomical traditions in your opinion?"
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