The Ancient Americas: Teotihuacan
🎧 The Ancients • 50m
A jewel of Mesoamerica, Teotihuacan was a vibrant, painted city - but who built it? And who actually lived there?
In the second episode of our August series 'The Ancient Americas', Tristan is joined by professor Annabeth Headrick to help shine a light on one of ancient history's most marvellous mysteries. Taking us on a journey through the city, examining the monumental structures, the mythology it was built on, and a quick detour to the Temple of the Feathered Serpent - there is no doubt Teotihuacan is a treasure trove of information.
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