La Arqueología Virtual en México

Juan Monsivais


By working the reconstruction of the 6 cities declared World Heritage by UNESCO, we realized the great value and waste that has had this type of recreation, besides having a didactic contribution on each site, the assumptions made by researchers, would be reflected first well, leaving aside the technical schemes that the public tends to confuse, so these images could show for the first time a lively behind the bare stones.


Virtual archaeology; Heritage cities; Tlamachqui

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BOURBON, Fabio (2010): Las Ciudades Perdidas de los Mayas. Editorial Artes de México, México D. F.

GREENE ROBERTSON, Merle (1983): The Sculpture of Palenque, Vol. I, The Temple of the Inscriptions, Princeton University Press.

INAH (2011): Seis Ciudades Antiguas de Mesoamérica. México D. F.

PROSKOURIAKOFF, Tatiana (2002): Un Álbum de Arquitectura Maya. Publicación 553 de la Carnegie Institution of Washington.

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Official journal of Spanish Society of Virtual Archaeology

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