Arqueología Mexicana

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Arqueología Mexicana

Arqueología Mexicana (English: Mexican Archaeology) is a bimonthly magazine[1] published by Editorial Raíces and the Mexican Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (National Institute of Anthropology and History). The first issue, devoted to Teotihuacán, was published in April–May in 1993.

Arqueología Mexicana contains articles by scholars, a wide selection of photographs on the diverse Mesoamerican cultures, as well as maps and timelines that provide a modern understanding of the Mesoamerican legacy.


  1. ^ Justino Compeán et. al. (15 March 2016). The ball: a Mexican Legacy. Cooperativa La Joplin. p. 209. GGKEY:1715PZ4E0SL. Retrieved 16 October 2016. 

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