Information on the writing systems, government and religions of the Maya, Mixtec, Zapotec, and Aztec, by Kevin L. Callahan, University of Minnesota, with references and links.
The pyramids of Egypt and Mesoamerica are related, right? This paper dispells myths regarding hyperdiffusionism and the pyramids, focusing on the dissimilarities of Mesoamerican and Egyptian pyramids.
A brief description of this section of the anthropology collections of the Field Museum, Chicago.
D.K. Jordan's provisional chronology designed to accompany Michael D. Coe's books The Maya (1999) and Mexico (1994), on which it is largely based.
Provides information about archaeology, art and architecture of the ancient Maya and other pre-Columbian cultures; photographic archive; travel; book service; and photography and imaging.
Joseph Sneed of the Colorado School of Mines provides information about selected archaeological sites relevant to a course on technology, environment and human adaptation in pre-european Mesoamerica.
Gives a definition and the characteristics and chronology of Mesoamerica culture, a bibliography and links.
A large collection of articles and resources on Mesoamerica and its cultures, primarily Maya, Aztec and Olmec, maintained by Joel Skidmore. Includes an illustrated encyclopedia of Mesoamerica.
David R. Hixson, graduate student in Tulane University's Department of Anthropology, presents photographs of archaeological sites and museums from all over Mexico, with detailed captions.
An essay with references by F. J. Mathien on archeological links between the native cultures of North and Central America. Part of a virtual conference on Chaco by the University of Colorado.