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Documenting, disseminating and archiving data from the Teotihuacan Mapping Project

  • Angela C. Huster (a1), Oralia Cabrera-Cortés (a1), Marion Forest (a1), Francis P. McManamon (a2), Ian G. Robertson (a3) and Michael E. Smith (a1)...
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The Teotihuacan Mapping Project (TMP) provided vast quantities of invaluable data to our understanding of this famous ancient city. The ‘Documenting, Disseminating, and Archiving Data from the Teotihuacan Mapping Project’ aims to analyse, re-examine and ultimately coalesce TMP data for entry into The Digital Archaeological Record.

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