By Sigvald Linne, George L. Cowgill, Staffan Brunius
The book of this publication makes on hand once again the real paintings performed by means of the Swedish archaeologist Sigvald Linne (1899-1986) at the web site of Xolalpan, a part of the Teotihuacan advanced in Mexico. initially released in 1934, and now with a brand new foreword through Staffan Brunius and an creation by means of George L Cowgill, Linne's account of the excavation and unearths was once one of many first investigations during this box to envision a household place of dwelling clear of the key pyramids which have been the point of interest of rather a lot cognizance. The development of the excavation, the graves that have been exposed, in addition to the diversity of reveals recovered, together with utilitarian ceramics, incense burners, spindle whorls, clay and stone items, collectible figurines and bone artefacts, are all mentioned through Linne.
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The Mazapan culture, referred to below, falls within the Late migration period. Although he considers that he has chronologically connected the Archaic cultures with the Teotihuacan culture, the history of the latter cannot by far be said to be known. Vaillant also says: »The salient results of the season (1931-32) may be said to consist of ... »' It is probable that the development took place outside the Valley of Mexico proper, e. , in Teotihuacan, and that it only later, and in more developed form, reached the localities where the stratigraphical investigations were made.
It is probable that the development took place outside the Valley of Mexico proper, e. , in Teotihuacan, and that it only later, and in more developed form, reached the localities where the stratigraphical investigations were made. As to the date of the flourishing and dying out of this civilization, the opinions of the different scientists vary most considerably. While Vaillant is inclined to assign no very great age to the Teotihuacan culture, Walter Lehmann is of an entirely opposite opinion.
This is supposedly the origin of the ancient tradition that assigns to these two great pyramids their pertinence to the sun and the moon, respectively. Whether this actually is an unbroken tradition from the era of the pyramids, or whether this significance has been given to the building works in question by a later population, is naturally impossible of determination. La Ciudadela, or the temple of Quetzalcoatl as the building complex nowadays is generally called, largely speaking consists of a spreading establishment surrounded by broad embankment walls.
Archaeological Researches at Teotihuacan, Mexico by Sigvald Linne, George L. Cowgill, Staffan Brunius