Dos Pilas

Central America country Guatemala era Late Classic status City government_type Monarchy year_start 629 year_end 761 event_end Site abandoned year_exile_start 672 year_exile_end 677 event1 Conquered by Calakmul date_event1 648 event2 Subjugated Seibal date_event2 735 capital

the department (Departments of Guatemala) of Petén (Petén Department), Guatemala. It dates to the Late Classic Period (Mesoamerican chronology), being founded by an offshoot of the dynasty of the great city of Tikal in AD 629 in order to control trade routes (Trade in Maya civilization) in the Petexbatún region, particularly the Pasión River. Salisbury, Koumenalis & Barbara Moffett 2002. In AD 648 Dos&

the twin capitals of a single ruling dynasty. The kingdom as a whole has been named as the Petexbatun Kingdom, after Lake Petexbatún, a body of water draining into the Pasión River. Dos Pilas gives an important glimpse into the great rivalries and political strife that characterised the Late Classic. Much of the history of Dos Pilas can now be reconstructed, with a level of detail which is almost


;saenz" Another version of the story has Malinalxóchil as the leader of a dissident Mexica tribe, who left to settle in what is now Malinalco and intermarried with the people already there.

in this part of Mexico State date back to the early post-Classic and the beginning of the late post-Classic. This was a time when many populations were on the move in the highlands of Mexico, with new peoples moving south from what is now northern Mexico. The first people to arrive here were probably the Culhuas, led by a chief named Cuauhtepexpetlatzin, after this group had already settled in the Valley of Mexico. Other peoples to arrive here include the Matlazincas, the Ocuiltecos

and Tepoxtepec showing Olmec influence. During the Pre-classic and Classic periods (Mesoamerica) the area was dominated by the Tarascan. During the Aztec invasion of the area, the Tenancingo chief Tezozomoctli, collaborated with Axayacatl to subdue the rival chief Chicaquiauh of Malinalco and to conquer Calpulli de Coapipitzoatepec (Xochiaca). In return, he remained an independent chieftain within the Aztec Empire. In 1535, after the Conquest, the area was given to Juan

Ashburton, New Zealand

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'', at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona. Kieren Linda O’Grady The Moeraki peninsula terminates to the south in Kartigi Point ('Katiki' in modern standard Māori) where there was a pā (Pā (Māori)) (fortified settlement) of the Classic period of Māori culture. Its traditional name was Te Raka-a-hineatua. According to tradition it was built by Taoka, a well known

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Old Forge, New York

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Baker City, Oregon

Theater accessdate 2012-03-17 and the Baker Heritage Museum. Sports and recreation The Baker City Cycling Classic is a set of bicycle races held in Baker City and the surrounding region.

publisher Baker City Cycling Classic accessdate 2012-03-20 Similar bicycle races, the Elkhorn Classic, were based in Baker City through 2011. The city hosts the Oregon School Activities Association Class 1A girls and boys basketball tournaments at Baker High School (Baker City, Oregon) Baker High

Petén Department

21stC issue-2.1 broecker.htm Moran, E.F., "Deforestation and Land Use in the Brazilian Amazon," Human Ecology, Vol 21, No. 1, 1993" '''Dos Pilas''' is a Pre-Columbian site of the Maya civilization located in what is now the department (Departments of Guatemala) of Petén (Petén Department), Guatemala. It dates to the Late Classic Period (Mesoamerican chronology), being

as Guatemala's first National Park. Edwin Shook at ObitCentral. The Lacandon seem to have originated in the Campeche and Petén (Petén Department) regions of what is now Mexico and Guatemala and moved into the Lacandon rainforest at the end of the 18th century, a thousand years after the Classic Maya civilization collapsed. Unlike other indigenous peoples in Mesoamerica, though, they were

as '''El Ceibal''' in Spanish (Spanish language), is a Classic Period (Mesoamerican chronology) archaeological site of the Maya civilization located in the northern Petén Department of Guatemala. It was the largest city in the Pasión River region. Sharer & Traxler 2006 p. 520. Departmental history The department was created by a governmental decree on 8 May 1866, together with Huehuetenango (Huehuetenango Department), Izabal Department Izabal

Normal, Illinois

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Longview, Washington

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