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From : ScienceDaily: Ancient Civilization News For the first time in nearly 500 years, a full-size balsa-wood raft just like those used in pre-Columbian Pacific trade took to the water on Sunday, May 10. Only this time, instead of the Pacific coast between Mexico and Chile where such rafts carried goods between the great civilizations… Continue reading Ancient Trading Raft Sails Anew
From : ScienceDaily: Ancient Civilization News The ancient Maya civilization used a rare type of clay called “palygorskite” to produce Maya blue. Combining structural, morphological and geochemical methods, researchers have defined the features of palygorskite clay on the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. These findings will make it possible to ascertain the origin of the materials… Continue reading Origins Of Maya Blue In Mexico
My family and I are headed out of town on a much needed and deserved vacation. We are cruising through Mexico making stops in Belize, Costa Maya, Cozumel, and the Bahamas! I will have a TON of photos to post when I return. I am so looking forward to touring the Mayan Ruins. I will… Continue reading Ancient Mayan Pyramids
Ancient Sumeria Primary Author: Robert A. Guisepi Portions of this work Contributed By: F. Roy Willis of the University of California 1980 and 2003 * The History of Ancient Sumeria including its cities, kings and religions Now, I swear by the sun god Utu on this very day — and my younger brothers shall be… Continue reading Sumeria, Ancient Sumeria (Sumer), A history of Ancient Sumer Including its Contributions
The Aztecs The term, Aztec, is a startlingly imprecise term to describe the culture that dominated the Valley of Mexico in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. Properly speaking, all the Nahua-speaking peoples in the Valley of Mexico were Aztecs, while the culture that dominated the area was a tribe of the Mexica (pronounced “me-shee-ka”) called… Continue reading The Aztecs