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Mighty And Powerful Aztec Gods [Infographic] | Daily Infographic

Like many other ancient people, the Aztecs had a complex pantheon of gods including more than 200 deities. This infographic shows just a few of them.

Inside the Mesoamerican Influences That Inspired the Look of Jorge Gutierrez’s ‘Maya and the Three’

In Jorge Gutierrez’s Netflix fantasy epic “Maya and the Three,” audiences are transported to a lush world of intricate design and carefully crafted mythology. The series, which dropped Oct. 22, fol…

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North via South: Mesoamerican Brutalism

“Beginning in San Jose, Costa Rica, we were pleased to see a rise in the number of Brutalist buildings,” Ian told me. “Today, Brutalism has more …

Aztec hairstyles studies, Daniel Parada on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/nQ5Le1

Aztec hairstyle studies I did for the website Mexicolore. To be printed and used in school classrooms.

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Issue 11 is here and ready to be explored! Discover pages filled with stories about archeology and ancient ruins of the once great Mesoamerican civilization, the Maya!
Sometime around 1100 the city-states or altepetl which were spread over central Mexico began to compete with each other for local resources and regional dominance.
Ad: Slide and pan footage of Pyramid of the sun. Large ancient stone structure.Ancient site with architecturally significant Mesoamerican pyramids, Teotihuacan, Mexico
Claudia Brittenham unravels a puzzling phenomena in Mesoamerican art history: why are the objects we view in museums today once so difficult to see? She examines the importance ancient Mesoamerican people assigned to the process of making and enlivening things we now call art, as well as their understandings of sight as a godlike and elite power, in order to trace an evolution in the uses of secrecy and concealment, from a communal practice fostering social memory to a tool of imperial power.