Teotihuacán

[te-aw-tee-wah-kahn]
noun
  1. the ruins of an ancient Mesoamerican city in central Mexico, near Mexico City, that flourished a.d. c200–c750 and is the site of the pyramids of the Sun and Moon and of many temples, palaces, and dwellings.
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  • Like Teotihuacan and Tulla, this is regarded as a relic of Toltec times.

  • In a word, our campaign at Teotihuacan was as successful as our campaign at Tula.

  • He went to the edge of the pyramid and strove for a sight of the Teotihuacan.

    The Texan Star

    Joseph A. Altsheler

  • Ghosts could walk here as truly as they could walk on the banks of the Teotihuacan.

    The Texan Star

    Joseph A. Altsheler

  • In the house at Teotihuacan M. Charney found a room twenty-seven feet wide by forty-one feet long.