The Agave Landscape and its Archaeological Context in the Tequila Volcano Area
Translation of the Spanish by Eduardo Williams
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Research Year: 2007
Culture: Teuchitlán Tradition
Chronology: Formative, Classic and Postclassic
Location: Jalisco, Mexico
Sites: Central valleys of Jalisco, north of the Tequila Volcano
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The following report presents the results of a regional survey north of the Tequila Volcano, in an area recently declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The project is the first systematic, full-coverage survey in the central valleys of Jalisco. The area is best known for the Teuchitlán Tradition, one of Mesomericas earliest complex societies. The survey has covered to date 29.3 km2 and registered 57 sites of various time periods. The following is a report on the results obtained to date.
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by: Verenice Y. Heredia Espinoza
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Submitted 02/25/2008 by:
Verenice Y. Heredia Espinoza
El Colegio de Michoacán A.C.
Centro de Estudios Arqueológicos
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