North America: Pyramids - / Takalik Abaj

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Takalik Abaj (or Abaj Takalik, depending on who you ask), was a site occupied from the 9th century BCE until the Spanish invasion in the 16th century.  It reached its zenith during the Maya's late preclassic period (from 300 BCE to 250 CE) and much of the art and architecture at the site dates from this period. The site is particularly interesting because it is does not really belong to any of the major cultures of Meso-america, but was in many ways a culture of its own.


 

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