Lost world near Teuchitlan, Mexico
This is a prehispanic archaeological site near Mexican town of Teuchitlan in the state of Jalisco.
The complex society excited from as early as 300BC until 900AD.
The cite was discovered almost a half century ago and is still undergoing extensive exploration and restoration by archeologist.
- Main pyramid has four staircases at cardinal points.
- Circle 2 had a pole on top used for the valdores ceremony.
- Patio had four sampling probes, excavated across the patio in order to study the construction technique and the element history.
- Ballgame court used as a solution to social and economic problems.
- Societal structure was a rank society, the plaza was restricted to the
- The collapse of their traditions was due to the assumed abrupt change from outside, perhaps by the ascending Tarscana State.
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