Teotihuacan Resources Articles

BibliographyBerlo, Janet Catherine. Ed. Art, Ideology, and the City of Teotihuacan: A Symposium at Dumbarton Oaks, 8th and 9th October 1988. Washington, D.C.: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, 1992....
Harald Wagner died in 1976, stipulating in a handwritten will that his collection of wall paintings from the ancient city and ceremonial center of Teotihuacan, Mexico, be left to the de Young Museum of the Fine Arts Museums...
Teotihuacan: A.D. 1–750The site of Teotihuacan, which is about an hour north of Mexico City, was a single large city built on a grid plan. Begun before A.D. 1, with a population estimated at 40,000, Teotihuacan lasted for...
Harald J. Wagner (also known as Harold, although the former was his preferred spelling) was the only child of Charles Jacob Wagner and Amelia Wagner. He was born in the small farming town of Falls City, Oregon, in 1903. Very...