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EJ Albright Dec 5
1/ Archaeologists for Mexico's Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (INAH), the federal agency in charge of , will spend the next season working in Chichen Viejo ("Old Chichen"). Here's why this is important...
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K. Travis Ballie 11h
I’ve now seen 2/7 of the new wonders of the world with this boy!
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EJ Albright 13h
Lo-o-o-o-oves me some art. This one in particular captures it but without being slavish to reality. Check out Twitter feed for art from real places.
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Look at our World 24h
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EJ Albright Dec 5
Replying to @AmericanEgypt
7/7 That find generated zero press, even though it indicates that people were building substantial structures at Chichen 2,000 years ago. The INAH team has made numerous discoveries at , continuously rewriting the history of the ancient city. Some reporter should ask.
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EJ Albright Dec 5
Replying to @AmericanEgypt
4/ Recently a news report went out that radiocarbon dating of charcoal found in a cave near "pushed back the date of settlement by 400 years," from 525 a.c.e to ~100 a.c.e. However, archaeologists already know Chichen is much older.
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EJ Albright Dec 5
Replying to @AmericanEgypt
3/ The Initial Series Group is one of the most investigated parts of and amazing discoveries have been made there but no one knows about them. Here's a blog post I wrote a few years ago about one find (with bonus early archaeological history)
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EJ Albright Dec 5
Replying to @AmericanEgypt
2/ They will be working at the Group of the Initial Series, a platform of several structures named after one of the temples, upon which was found a lintel with the only complete Maya date stamp (10.2.9.1.9 or July 26, 878 a.c.e.) , called "Initial Series," found at .
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Mechismoo Dec 5
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The GypsyNesters Dec 5
We had our minds blown at in ! travel
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Eco Friendly Hotels Dec 5
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Woody Campbell Dec 4
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EJ Albright Dec 4
At 's equinox no one explains what you see. Years ago I created a video to show what it's like. Mucho dislikes from those who didn't understand what they were seeing.I now have "closed captions for the imagination impaired!" Hit the CC button!
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New7Wonders Dec 3
El Castillo, also known as the Temple of Kukulcan, is a Mesoamerican step-pyramid that dominates the center of the Chichen Itza archaeological site in the Mexican state of . 📷by @imikegraphics via Instagram  
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Dustinstravels Dec 2
Chichen Itza vs Mayapan? Both are amazing pyramids built by the Mayans, one of the longest lasting civilizations in planet Earth. Yes is more famous and larger but is much less crowded and you…
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EJ Albright Dec 2
María Teresa Uriarte Castaneda is bringing renewed awareness to the "women of ," and for that, I applaud her. Someone could write a lengthy volume (or dissertation) about the contribution of women in archaeology and other pursuits at Chichen.
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Xcaret Expeditions Dec 2
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EJ Albright Dec 2
--The British sculptor Henry Moore is widely credited for bringing the Chac Mool figure into modern art, but a fellow British artist, Leon Underwood, also flirted with the famous statue in his art, as a painted motif (1929) and in the abstract (1931)
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Survivor Dec 1
Chichén Itzá 400 years older than previously thought
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NexusTours 🌎 Nov 30
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