zzzptm Posted June 7, 2010 Report Share Posted June 7, 2010 OAXACA, HOLY AMERICAN EMPIRE - An archaeological expedition from Himynamistan's Institute for Archaeology and History, or INAH, has announced remarkable findings of ancient Nahuatl-speaking settlements in northern Oaxaca. These settlements existed alongside Zapotek settlements, and flourished during a time roughly contemporary with the Mayan Late Classical, prior to the formation of the Triple Alliance. "These findings show that there was a Nahuatl influence far older than the Aztec Empire in this area, and that the Nahuatl-speaking villages here have roots that go back much further than earlier thought," says expedition leader Orlando Cuero. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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