By David Manuel Carballo
Very pleased to see Julisa Rojas’ webpage on Tlajinga she completed as part of an undergraduate course. Nice work Julisa! https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/5f5c3d9825414b16b100785f584aa054
Research from the PATT, including the mural fragments discovered in 2019, is covered in this story by Reuters
The 2019 PATT excavations were featured on NPR's program "Marketplace." Listen here
We're pleased to announce a special section of Ancient Mesoamerica dedicated to the PATT, with seven new articles on results of the project so far. Link here
An article on the project appears in the Mexican newspaper La Crónica de Hoy.
The title is misleading, but the text mentions the earlier work done at Tlajinga 33.
Earlier this month we completed a short season of geophysical survey in the Tlajinga district. The goals were to extend our coverage of subsurface architectural features during the dry season, when fields lie fallow. We were successful in adding new coverage of all or parts of three compounds, and registering more of 17:S3E1 and the southern Street of the Dead. Mike Smith of ASU was out with us for a few days and blogs about it here.