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pre-Columbian tomb

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  • Pre-Columbian trans-oceanic contact — For modern theories on how the Americas were first settled, see Settlement of the Americas. Theories of Pre Columbian trans oceanic contact are those theories that propose interaction between indigenous peoples of the Americas who settled the… …   Wikipedia

  • Pre-Columbian Maya music — The Music that was central to pre Columbian Maya culture still remains a bit of a mystery today. On the other hand, many aspects of Maya music have come to light from archaeological discoveries, ancient Maya murals, and ancient Maya texts. It is… …   Wikipedia

  • Pre-Columbian Belize — Perhaps as early as 35,000 years ago, nomadic people came from Asia to the Americas across the frozen Bering Strait. In the course of many millennia, their descendants settled in and adapted to different environments, creating many cultures in… …   Wikipedia

  • List of pre-Columbian cultures — Pyramid of the Sun and Avenue of The Dead, viewed from the top of Pyramid of the Moon, Teotihuacán, Mexico, 100 200 CE This list of pre Columbian cultures includes those civilizations and cultures of the Americas which flourished prior to the… …   Wikipedia

  • Western Mexico shaft tomb tradition — The Western Mexico shaft tomb tradition or shaft tomb culture refers to a set of interlocked cultural traits found in the western Mexican states of Jalisco, Nayarit, and, to a lesser extent, Colima to its south, roughly dating to the period… …   Wikipedia

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  • Tikal — For other uses, see Tikal (disambiguation). Tikal National Park * UNESCO World Heritage Site …   Wikipedia


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