Tunneling Through a Sacred Underworld

Archaeologists are piecing together an ancient sacred view of the cosmos at Teotihuacan, where creation, gods, and mortals intersected to legitimize the power of rulers.

Archaeologists are piecing together an ancient sacred view of the cosmos at Teotihuacan, where creation, gods, and mortals intersected to legitimize the power of rulers . . .

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Brian Fagan is Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Anthropology at the University of California, Santa Barbara. As a well-known author of numerous books, he is best known for his prolific writing on a variety of subjects related to archaeology and anthropology. 

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