Posts Tagged: early


1 March 2015

About About Me My Books Pre-Columbian Mesoamerican and North American novels Contact Me Connect on Goodreads, Facebook, Amazon Articles Biographies The Great Peacemaker The founder of the Iroquois Confederacy Tlacaelel Who gave the Aztec empire its history Mocuilxochitzin The famous poetess of Tenochtitlan Acamapichtli The... Read More

More historical fiction from ancient Americas

16 April 2012

This time the action shifts to Mesoamerica. Having witnessed the fall of the ancient Cliff Dwellers-Anasazi, the main characters, Tecpatl and Sakuna, are now have to deal with an entirely different situation. It is the middle of the 14th century and the mighty Tepanecs are... Read More

Were the ancient weapons influenced by the acceptable battle practices or was it all the way around?

26 December 2011

The evolution of weaponry is a fascinating progress to follow. Our computer games are straining to invent all kinds of new weapons, to dispense with boredom and make the games more attractive to us. But the reality overpasses the imagination. How the most popular ancient... Read More

Cahokia – the cherry upon the icing of the Mississippian cake.

31 August 2011

It was settled around the 7th century, gradually evolving into a great urban center, populated more densely than London of the same time. For decades thousands of workers had shifted more than 55 million cubic feet of earth, building a great network of mounds and... Read More

The Southwest Ancient Observatories

1 August 2011

The Ancient Pueblo People would not let the events as summer or winter solstice go unnoticed; or uncelebrated. Atop the most famous, imposing Fajada Butte in Chaco Canyon three giant slabs of rocks are leaning against the cliff surface, as if trying to hide the... Read More

The New World has never been discovered

27 July 2011

The discovery of the New World, which was fortunate for some and very unfortunate for the others, had never happened on this small piece of the internet territory. On the Oct. 12, 1492, the lookout of the caravel Pinta, Rodrigo de Triana, napped on, dreaming... Read More