Teotihuacan (4th century)

Teotihuacan (4th century)

Majestic even in its ruins, this city was the largest and most populous settlement in the pre-Columbian Americas.



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  • On the territory of which present-day country is Teotihuacan located?
  • Who named the city Teotihuacan?
  • Which building was not situated in Teotihuacan?
  • What was the population of Teotihuacan at its peak?
  • What was the area of Teotihuacan at its peak?
  • In honour of which god was a temple built in both Tenochtitlan and Teotihuacan?
  • Which people did not build notable pyramids?
  • What type of buildings have not been found during the excavations in Teotihuacan?
  • Which one was probably the tallest structure in Teotihuacan?
  • Between which structures does the reconstructed section of the Avenue of the Dead stretch?
  • Is it true that human sacrifices were also offered to the gods in Teotihuacan?
  • What animals were not sacrificed by the inhabitants of Teotihuacan (according to archaeological findings)?
  • How long is the reconstructed section of the Avenue of the Dead?
  • How wide (on average) is the excavated section of the Avenue of the Dead?
  • How tall is the Pyramid of the Moon at present?
  • How tall is the Pyramid of the Sun at present?
  • What is the approximate volume of the Pyramid of the Sun?
  • Which of these is a red volcanic rock that is also mined around Teotihuacan?
  • What colour is the tezontle rock that was used for building some of the structures in Teotihuacan?
  • What is the most common representation of Quetzalcoatl?
  • Which of these buildings was located ​​the Citadel of Teotihuacan?
  • What does the name of the city in the Nahuatl language?
  • Approximately how long are the sides of the base of the Pyramid of the Sun?
  • Is it true that in the first half of the first millennium Teotihuacan was probably the largest and the most populous city in the Americas?
  • Which of these statements is true for the city of Teotihuacan?
  • Which Maya god is related to Quetzalcoatl of the Aztec mythology?
  • In honour of which deity was the Pyramid of the Moon built?
  • Approximately what is the orientation of the Avenue of the Dead?


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