HISTORY OF MESO-AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE
: Teotihuacan, Mexico; Proto Classic-Early Classic; B.C.100-600
In Early Classic Period, The city covered more than 20sq.km.(13 square miles) and attained a maximum population of 200,000.
- Teotihuacan I; Late Formative; B.C.300-100 (the city was the northern part of Teotihuacan)
- Teotihuacan II; Proto Classic; B.C.100-A.D.300
- Teotihuacan III; Early Classic; A.D.300-600
- (Teotihuacan IV); the city moved to Cholula etc.
Plaza of the Moon and Avenue of the Dead. View from the Pyramid of the Moon.
- The size of the Pyramid of the Moon is 140mx150m at the base, 45.8m height. A.D.100-350.
- Pyramid of the Sun is middle of left side.
View from the end of the Avenue of the Dead.
Photo: Kohichi Hotta
[No.1]Avenue of the Dead
: [No.2]Pyramid of the Sun
[No.3]Pyramid of Quetzalcoatl
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