Foreigners at Teotihuacan: Tracing Multiethnicity Through the Rise and Fall of the City

Morris, Rebecca M.
2016

Located in the Basin of Mexico, Teotihuacan was an ancient metropolis of magnificent scale, at its height during the Mesoamerican Classic. The city emerged and grew to a size of nearly 200,000 people at an extraordinary rate. First established around 100 BCE, the city expanded rapidly and flourished for centuries. Yet, around 550 CE the city’s monuments were destroyed and by the 8th century CE, it... read more

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Indians of Mexico--Mexico--San Juan Teotihuacán--Social conditions.
Indians of Mexico--Mexico--San Juan Teotihuacán--Economic conditions.
Indians of Mexico--Mexico--San Juan Teotihuacán--Politics and government.
Indians of Mexico--Mexico--San Juan Teotihuacán--Antiquities.
Tufts University. Department of Classics.
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