jueves, 12 de febrero de 2009

La Historia de México. 450 A.D. - 999 A.D.

Full text of "The history of ancient Mexican art; an essay in outline"

600 A. D. - ... date of 600 A. D. for the commencement of the Olmec Tyranny, that is to say : exactly the time in which, according to Sahagun, the Empire of Tollan declined.
700 A. D. - ... and certainly religious influence begins to get stronger again soon after 700 A. D. which justifies us in speaking of a kind of Toltec renaissance.
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Western Mexico shaft tomb tradition - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

500 CE - The International Council of Museums, on the other hand, provides a date of 500 CE, while the Smithsonian and The Oxford Encyclopedia of Mesoamerican Cultures ...
900 CE - Known primarily from this architecture, the Teuchitlán tradition rises at roughly the same time as the shaft tomb tradition, 300 BCE, but lasts until 900 CE, ...
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500 d.C. - La sección descubierta reveló un diseño que data del 250 al 500 d.C., y que muestra variantes respecto a la arquitectura visible en el Cuadrángulo de las Monjas ...
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PROGRAMACIÓN DE SIMPOSIOS DE ARQUEOLOGÍA (ARQ) ARQ.01 Arqueometría ...

750 DC - Integración Territorial de la Cultura Lima (150-750 DC)". 12. Llanos Jacinto, Oscar Daniel (Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris,
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700 CE - Centuries later, long after Teotihuacan was abandoned ca 700 CE, cities of the Postclassic era followed the style of Teotihuacan construction, especially Tula, ...
750 CE - In Oaxaca, Monte Alban reached the apex of its splendor ca 750 CE, though it finally succumbed toward the end of the ninth century for reasons that are still ...
900 CE - 200 – 900 CE. Teotihuacan grows to a metropolis and its empire dominates Mesoamerica. The greatest era of the cities of the Maya southern lowlands, ...
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