钦春钱遗址

亚卡塔(yácata)金字塔

坐标19°37′25″N 101°34′27″W / 19.62361°N 101.57417°W / 19.62361; -101.57417 钦春钱遗址(Tzintzuntzan)是墨西哥古国塔拉斯卡王国的都城遗址,城名意为“蜂鸟之地”[1][2]。古城位于帕茨夸罗湖北岸,后者也是塔拉斯卡文化的发源地[3]。古城大部分在西班牙征服期间被毁[4]。遗址到20世纪30年代才被发掘[3]。遗址最大的建筑是亚卡塔(yácata)金字塔,如今遗址的古建筑仍然用于当地的节日庆典[5]

参考资料编辑

  1. ^ Tzintzuntzan. Mexico: INAH. [2009-12-02]. (原始内容存档于2015-07-06) (西班牙语). 
  2. ^ Carrasco 2001, p. 279.
  3. ^ 3.0 3.1 Adkins, Julie. Mesoamerican Anomaly? The Pre-Conquest Tarascan State. Dallas, TX: Southern Methodist University. [2009-12-02]. (原始内容存档于2009-12-19). 
  4. ^ Tzintzuntzan, "lugar de colibríes" [Tzintzuntzan, place of hummingbirds]. Mexico: El oficio de historiar. [2009-11-25]. (原始内容存档于2010-07-17) (西班牙语). 
  5. ^ Alba, Erick. Las Yácatas de Tzintzuntzan, sede del Festival Cultural de Fin de Año [The yacatas of Tzintzuntzan, site of the Cultural Festival of the End of the Year]. La Jornada de Michoacán (Morelia, Mexico). 2008-12-26 [2009-12-02] (西班牙语). 

书目编辑

  • Cahn, Peter. (2008) "A standoffish Priest and Sticky Catholics: Questioning the Religious Market Place in Tzintzuntzan, Mexico." University of Oklahoma.
  • Carrasco, Davíd. (2001). Tzintzuntzan. In The Oxford Encyclopedia of Mesoamerican Cultures: The Civilizations of Mexico and Central America (Vol. 3, pp. 279–81). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
  • Coe, M. D., & Koontz, R. (2008). Mexico: From the Olmecs to the Aztecs (6th ed.). London: Thames & Hudson.
  • Evans, Susan T. (2004). Ancient Mexico & Central America: Archaeology and Culture History. London: Thames & Hudson.
  • López Austin, A., & López Luján, L. (2001). Mexico's Indigenous Past. University of Oklahoma Press.
  • Philips, Charles. (2005). The Aztec & Maya World: Everyday Life, Society and Culture in Ancient Central America and Mexico, with over 500 Photographs and Fine Art Images. London: Lorenz Books.