Summary of ⏳⏳ TEOTIHUACAN documental CORTO ⏳⏳ RESUMEN de su historia

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This video looks at the history of Teotihuacan, an important pre-Hispanic city in central Mexico. It focuses on the city's rise to prominence in the first and second phases of its existence, known as the Teotihuacan and Classic periods, respectively. The video also looks at the decline of the city in the Mixcoatl phase and the last phase of its existence, known as Metepec.

  • 00:00:00 Teotihuacan, an important pre-Hispanic city in central Mexico, was destroyed around 500 AD. This documentary looks at the history of Teotihuacan and its significance, focusing on the first and second phases of its existence. In the first phase, known as Teotihuacan the city, it was still very far from becoming the most important center in the Valley of Mexico. Cuicuilco was the city's most important settlement during this period, with a population of around 20,000. 10 and Huacán reached a population of around 25,000. The next phase, known as the Path of the Classic, began around 150 AD and saw the city's rise to prominence. Teotihuacan became more populous and began to build important monuments, such as the Pyramid of the Sun and the Pyramid of the Moon. After the Classic period, which ended around 1 AD, there was a decline in Teotihuacan's population. This was followed by the Mixcoatl phase, which lasted from 200 to 600 AD. This was a time of great construction, including the construction of the Pyramid of the Sun and the Temple of Quetzalcóatl. By this time, Teotihuacan had reached its largest population ever,
  • 00:05:00 The video situates the second Hitler explosion which would cause great changes in the climate, favoring migration from the inhabitants of Cuicuilco to Teotihuacán. This would be what some historians believe would cause Teotihuacán to have a population of around 60,000 by the end of the century. If you enjoyed the video, I invite you to subscribe to the channel, as we have more videos about other pre-Hispanic civilizations. In addition, you are gaining the privilege of knowing how Teotihuacán disappeared and subsequently went through a phase known as Tlamimilolpa Temprano, which covers the years 200-300 AD. We will not be discussing this phase in this video, but rather the period known as Tlamimilolpa Tardío, which spans from 300-400 AD. This phase was characterized by continuous construction of residential zones which would help Teotihuacán to reach locations as far away as Guatemala up to here. We have only seen Teotihuacán grow, expand, and become strong during these periods. However, historians have not been able to explain what happened until recently, as is the case with the last phase of Teotihuacán known as Metepec.

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