One of the problems scholars face in the reconstruction of the Quetzalcoatl material is that the material itself appears to relate to multiple aspects revolving around the same or similar names.
Recent studies have recognized numerous distinctive elements in indigenous narratives, which appear to varying degrees in the hybrid accounts of the Colonial period. The defining characteristic of these sources is the different nature of Mesoamerican time.
Features its origin and history, articles, archives, and poetry about this pre-Columbian civilization. [English and Dutch]
Features a gallery of photographs by David R. Hixson, a graduate student in Tulane University's Department of Anthropology.
Publication features news and studies on Mesoamerica.
Features articles about sites in Mexico, Belize and Guatemala.
Image gallery of Mesoamerican architecture.