Daniel: Jueves, Viernes, y Xochicalco images

January 31, 2010
A carving atop the Temple of the Feathered Serpent, a structure that was constructed to commemorate an astronomical conference during the Epiclassic period, cerca 700-900AD. Each participant or contributor to the conference had their portrait carved somewhere on the walls of the temple.
Insane view.

Temple of the Feathered Serpent.
One of three ball courts, this one being the oldest and still has it’s rings intact. It’s relative age in comparison to the other two can be determined by how steep the walls are leading up to the rings. The steeper the wall, the more recent the construction.

Favorite pictures I’ve taken thus far. This dog doesn’t leave an intersection near the school. Ever.

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