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Massive Turquoise Trade Network of Ancient Pueblos Revealed
By tecpaocelotl at 2014-04-16 11:13

About a millennium ago, the ancestral Pueblo Indians in the Chaco Canyon in northwestern New Mexico obtained their precious turquoise using a large trade network spanning several states, new research

UCR to Offer Cahuilla Indian Language Workshops
By tecpaocelotl at 2014-04-10 10:22

A series of workshops in the Cahuilla Indian language — which linguists consider an endangered language — begins at the University of California, Riverside on April 15.

Cesar Chavez's family to attend Mass to celebrate his life
By tecpaocelotl at 2014-04-07 11:03

The family of Cesar Chavez will attend an annual Mass at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels on Sunday to celebrate the life and work of the late labor leader.

Recent analysis by archaeologists shows that the Olmec culture expanded as far as Guatemala
By tecpaocelotl at 2014-01-27 00:37

Recent analysis made to the 4th Offering of La Venta have allowed investigators to discover evidence suggesting that the ancient Olmec civilization, that flourished in the Gulf of Mexico, reached a te

Rare Mayan artifacts to go on display in Los Angeles
By tecpaocelotl at 2014-01-14 14:15

Beware of the jaguar, a 9-foot ancient sculpture associated with war and sacrifice in Maya culture. It's the centerpiece of "Treasures of the Maya Spirit," an exhibition coming to Los Angeles Jan.

Ancient Ceremonial Center Unearthed in Mexico
By tecpaocelotl at 2013-12-31 00:20

In the Mexican state of Jalisco, archaeologists are unearthing the remains of 23 ceremonial structures at the site of Teocaltitan.

Florida Burial Pond To Be Preserved
By tecpaocelotl at 2013-12-31 00:18

A pond in eastern Florida that held prehistoric burials dating to more than 8,000 years ago has been bought by the Archaeological Conservancy for $90,000—effectively saving it from being destroyed t

More than 150 years after brutal slaughter, a small tribe returns home
By tecpaocelotl at 2013-12-31 00:16

When a few canoes carrying a group of Wiyot tribal members to Indian Island cross the choppy waters of Humboldt Bay in March, it will not look as if anything particularly special is happening.

Ruins of Maya City Discovered in Remote Jungle
By tecpaocelotl at 2013-12-31 00:14

An entire Maya city full of pyramids and palatial complexes has been discovered in a remote jungle in southeastern Mexico, archaeologists report.

U.S. Charity Revealed As Buyer Of Hopi Masks, Promises To Return Artifacts To Tribe
By tecpaocelotl at 2013-12-11 12:56

A US charitable foundation said Wednesday that it was the anonymous bidder that paid $530,000 for 24 Native American masks in a Paris auction and will return them to the Hopi Nation in Arizona and the



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