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Археологические и прочие проекты

Project Plaza of the Columns Complex (PPCC) // http://ppcteotihuacan.org/en/home/

Proyecto Atlas Epigráfico de Petén // http://atlasepigrafico.com/

Proyecto Arqueológico Tlajinga Teotihuacan (PATT) // http://sites.bu.edu/patt

Teotihuacan Research Laboratory // https://shesc.asu.edu/centers/teotihuacan-research-laboratory

Zona Arqueológica de Teotihuacán (ZAT) // http://www.teotihuacan.inah.gob.mx

Фильмы и видео (есть на канале YouTube)

«Художественная керамика Теотиуакана», Роман Гончаров. Американский семинар МАЭ РАН / Anthrotube, 15.03.2018.

«Взрывая историю. Проклятие кровавых пирамид», Discovery Channel, сезон 2, серия 3. 2017.

«Секреты мёртвых. Потерянные цари Теотиуакана». ZDF Enterprises GMBH and Thirteen production LLC, 2016.

«Теотиуакан: первая империя Древней Америки», 365 Дней, Цикл Час истины, вып.741 с к.и.н. Д.Д. Беляевым, 2016.

«Расцвет и падение Теотиуакана», Дэвид Карбальо. Science and Cocktails, Копенгаген, Христиания (Дания) 12.03.2016

«ТЕОТИУАКАН: исключительный мультиэтнический город доиспанской Центральной Мексики», Л. Мансанилья. Центр латиноамериканских исследований, Университет Калифорнии в Беркли. 15.04.2015.

«Профессор Сабуро Сугияма рассказывает о раскопках пирамиды Луны в Теотиуакане», Kenneth Fagan, 2015.

«Затерянные царства Центральной Америки. Место начала времени[1]», BBC. 2014.

«Пирамиды смерти». National Geographics, 2005.



[1] Местом начала времени Теотиуакан назвал один из его исследователей – Рене Миллон.