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Mexicon is one of the foremost journals devoted to all aspects of Mesoamerican research.Since 30 years we bring our readers the most up-to-date information on trends and developments in the fields of archaeology, ethnohistory and linguistics. News as it breaks: events affecting indigenous communities, new archaeological discoveries, important dates and details on conferences, exhibitions, and fellowships. Papers and reports: bringing you the latest on a wide range of topics and issues bearing on Mesoamerica. The most thorough Mesoamerican bibliography available anywhere: new books and articles, monographs and dissertations from all over the globe.
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