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Teotihuacan Roundtable 2017: Origins, Boom, Collapse and Inheritance


Announcing the Sixth Round Table of Teotihuacan: Origins, Boom, Collapse and Inheritance (6ª Mesa Redonda Teotihuacan: Orígenes, auge, colapso y herencia) was held November 16-18, 2017 in Mexico City, hosted by INAH.

Origins of the State: formation and development of the ceremonial center

The cult of the founding ancestors of Teotihuacan. A hypothesis on Offering 46
of the tunnel under the Temple of the Feathered Serpent – Sergio Gómez Chávez

Transforming the domestic landscape from the Terminal to the Classic Formative: a consideration of the residential patterns in Tetimpa and Teotihuacan – Patricia Plunket Nagoda and Gabriela Uruñuela and Ladrón de Guevara.

Monte Albán and Teotihuacan: rethinking the canon – Marcus Winter
Start, development and collapse of two departmental complexes in the neighborho
od of La Ventilla, Teotihuacan – Rubén Cabrera Castro

Moderator: Julie Gazzola

Saburo Sugiyama: Cosmovisión y sistema de gobierno plasmados en el recinto sagrado de Teotihuacan


Key Links




Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH)

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