The court is made of stones of up to ten tons in weight many of which came from outside the valley. The unreconstructed north side has a large indentation made by looters before the site was protected by guards. The lower level is adorned with large rectangular panels which appear to have been painted red. El Tajín (spanisch-totonakisch „Der Blitz“) ist eine präkolumbische Ruinenstadt nahe der Ostküste Mexikos bei der Stadt Papantla, südöstlich von Poza Rica de Hidalgo im Bundesstaat Veracruz. Two have been partially explored. Then the surface of the columns was sculpted with scenes celebrating a ruler named 13 Rabbit, who probably had this structure built. Stairways lead from the plaza floor to the temples above. [5] Its best-known monument is the Pyramid of the Niches, but other important monuments include the Arroyo Group, the North and South Ballcourts and the palaces of Tajín Chico. Some argue in favor of the Totonacs and the Xapaneca; however, there is a significant amount of evidence that the area was populated by the Huastec at the time the settlement was founded in the 1st century CE[16][18] Monumental construction started soon after and by 600 CE, El Tajín was a city. The three figures are all dressed in the garments and symbols of the ballgame. [12] German architect Charles Nebel visited the site in 1831 and was the first to graphically and narratively detail the Pyramid of the Niches as well as the nearby ruins of Mapilca and Tuzapan. This is part of an initial activity before the game itself starts. Slaves for service and sacrifice were also sold here. Sie begrüßen den Stamm und umkreisen ihn mehrmals. [11] West of the building on the south side is a large ball court with sloped sides and sculpted friezes depicting the god Quetzalcoatl. In addition, the Danza de los Voladores is enacted at the entrance to the site and is considered a requirement for visitors. Haus und Studio von Luís Barragán (2004) | [8], Air pollution from oil-drilling platforms and power stations along the coast causes high levels of acid rain in the region, which is eroding the intricately carved reliefs on the soft limestone buildings “at an alarming rate”, according to Humberto Bravo of the University of Mexico's Center for Atmospheric Sciences in 2007. It is probably one of the oldest structures at Tajín. El TajínThe El Tajín archaeological site is located in the municipality of Papantla, in the north-central region of the state of Veracruz, Mexico, in the foothills of the Sierra Madre Oriental. El Tajin is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and jewel of Mexico's Gulf Coast. [44], Building A has two levels, stepped frets and niches and is reminiscent of structures found in the Yucatán. It hosts fairs, conventions and other events, including part of the annual Cumbre Tajín cultural festival which is held in March. The use of niches is unique to El Tajin. At the east and west side of the corridors are entrances to the rooms, two interconnected rooms on each side of the building. It had been thrown down from the top of the pyramid in ancient times and broken. Archäologische Stätte Xochicalco (1999) | [30], The entrance to the site is located at the south end. Caves, especially those with springs, have been considered sacred in much of Mexico with offerings of flowers and candles being traditional. The building was covered in cement several times over its history, and each layer of this cement was painted in blue rather than the more common red. [26], El Tajín was inscribed as a World Heritage Site in 1992, because of its historical significance and architecture and engineering. Die Sonne spielt während dieser Zeit die Trommel und Flöte. Müller … Once the court walls were built six panels were sculpted at the corners and centers of the two walls. [21] While the city had been completely covered by jungle from its demise until the 19th century, it is unlikely that knowledge of the place was completely lost to the native peoples. Situé dans l'État de Veracruz, El Tajin atteignit son apogée entre le début du IX e et le début du XIII e siècle. The north central panel represents the continuation of the ritual in the afterlife, and shows how the events of the game connect the society of El Tajin to the gods. The Cumbre Tajin is considered to be an identity festival of the Totonacs, who are considered to be the guardians of El Tajín. [50], While the Blue Temple was a fairly early construction, the pyramid next to it, Building 23 was built very late in Tajin's history. The entrance to the building from the plaza was through a divided stairway, leading to a single room 32 by 24 feet (9.8 by 7.3 m) in size. Jahrhundert besuchten Guillermo Dupaix, Alexander von Humboldt (1811) und Carl Nebel El Tajín. Receive free updates. Adornment in the form of niches and stepped frets are omnipresent, decorating even utilitarian buttresses and platform walls. One is seated on a throne and the other by a pulque vat. This structure is unique among Mesoamerican sites and contains two or three small ballcourts. Auch heute noch wird in El Tajín mehrmals am Tag ein altes Fruchtbarkeitsritual der Totonaken gezeigt, der Danza del Volador. [47] This building is named for the columns that adorned the east facade of the structure. File history. The sides of the enclosure are formed by a slender platform with sloping sides and free standing niches, resembling the Pyramid of the Niches. One has survived mostly intact and is now in the site museum. The site and museum take around 2-3hrs to visit at a fairly leisurely pace. It covers 17 hectares with a capacity of 40,000 people. The El Tajín settlement is contemporary with Mayan settlements like Chichen Itza and Uxmal as well as settlements on central plateau like Tula and Xochicalco. Klöster an den Hängen des Popocatépetl (1994) | Archeological evidence shows that a village existed here at the time the Spanish arrived and the area has always been considered sacred by the Totonacs. With the discovery of oil in the area came roads that were built and improved from the 1920s to the 1940s. [6] The city began to have extensive influence starting around this time,[12] which can be best seen at the neighboring site of Yohualichan, whose buildings show the kinds of niches that define El Tajin. bis 900. There is a popular belief that each niche contained an idol or effigy but archeological work here has ruled this out. The structure originally was covered in stucco which served as the base for paint. Aquädukt von Padre Tembleque (2015), Naturerbe: The liquid is protected by a reclining chacmool, who is speaking. Panorama of El Tajin Archaeological Site - Veracruz - Mexico - 03 (16023078345).jpg 4,912 × 1,080; 1.87 MB. A part of the Classic Veracruz culture, El Tajín flourished from 600 to 1200 CE and during this time numerous temples, palaces, ballcourts, and pyramids were built. Camino Real de Tierra Adentro (2010) | [17] [43], Building B is a two-story structure that was used as a residence and classified as a palace. Dann begeben sich die vier Winde auf die Spitze des Stamms. Between them are intertwined slashes, the symbol of the ballgame and a ball. [4][19] It reached its apogee in the Epi-Classic (900-1100 CE) before suffering destruction and the encroachment of the jungle. [6], When it was rediscovered by officialdom in 1785, the site was known to the local Totonac, whose ancestors may also have built the city, as El Tajín, which was said to mean “of thunder or lightning bolt”. A large quantity of sculpture was recovered from this pyramid. Except for six benches on the staircase and at the top of the balustrades, probably later additions, there are no niches. [14], The area is rainforest, with a hot wet climate of the Senegal type. Nachdem die vier Winde die Erde erreicht haben, begibt sich die Sonne am Stamm oder über eines der Seile auf die Erde nieder. [49], Building 3 or the Blue Temple has some features that set it apart from other pyramids at the site. There are also fears that large numbers of visitors to the site for events such as concerts by names such as Alejandra Guzmán damage the site. Prähistorische Höhlen von Yagul und Mitla im Tal von Oaxaca (2010) | … The northeast panel indicates that the game has been played and one of the participants is about to be sacrificed by having his head cut off. The sacrificed player appears here, whole and with a pot under his arm. Behind the players are two figures, one with a deer head, who are watching from the court walls as well as the death deity again above. Auch in anderen präkolumbischen Städten gab es rituelle Ballspielplätze im Bereich der Tempelanlagen, etwa in Tikal (Guatemala). [29] The voladores appear every half-hour at the pole and circle erected just outside the main gate. These buildings are situated on a platform-terrace with was formed on natural contours and filled in spaces. Historisches Zentrum und Bergwerksanlagen von Guanajuato (1988) | However, as the term was already in the literature about the site, it has stuck. There are more than a hundred niches in this wall, broken up by a number of entrances. [12] These two streams provided the population's potable water. It is unknown if the similarity between this building and the Pyramid of the Niches indicates a relationship between the two. Historisches Zentrum von Mexiko-Stadt und Xochimilco (1987) | Dieses Ritual wurde einst nur an bestimmten Festtagen durchgeführt, zu Ehren der Götter der Fruchtbarkeit, wie Tlazoltéotl und Xipe Totec. The niches on the original structure, not counting those on the later stairway, total 365, the solar year. These were painted yellow, blue, red and black. Erst dann wurde der Baum mit großer Vorsicht gefällt, damit ihm so wenig Schmerzen wie möglich zugefügt werden. The most impressive of these panels are on the South Ballcourt which contain images of underworld deities and a ballplayer being decapitated in order to approach the gods and ask for pulque for his people. This building is thought to the last built with niches. The entrance is on the south side of the building and is quite elaborate. At the top, there the temple was located, is a series of stepped merlons which look like medieval European battlements. A figure dressed as an eagle dances in front while a skeletal deity flies above and the death deity rises from liquid. On the south central panel is depicting a scene after the sacrificed ball player has received the pulque with the same temple, glyphs and depiction of the pulque god. Er setzt sich gen Osten und beginnt, mit einer kleinen Trommel und einer Flöte zu spielen, während die vier Winde sich drehend das Seil um den Unterleib wickeln. Die Erbauer der weitläufigen Anlage, die ihre Blütezeit zwischen 300 und 1100 n. Chr. [7] The Totonacs established the nearby settlement of Papantla after the fall of El Tajín. Even after the fall of El Tajin, sometime around 1200 A.D., locals kept the temple clear and … His drawings and descriptions were published in a book named Voyage pittoresque et archéologique published in Paris in 1836. A part of the Classic Veracruz culture, El Tajín flourished from 600 to 1200 C.E. There are relatively few temples here. Its architecture, which is unique in Mesoamerica, is … [11][25] From 1984 to 1994, Jürgen K. Brüggemann built on the work of García Payón, uncovering 35 more buildings. [11] Another unusual feature is that this plaza has no smaller structures such as buildings or altars to break up the space. 13 Rabbit's name glyph appears above as well as an attendant named 4 Axe. By the 1970s, the site was one of the few in Veracruz state that attracted significant numbers of tourists. This fill is strained between the sloping walls which become the taluds of each level of the pyramid. The voladores appear every half-hour at the pole and circle erected just outside the main gate. [5] The upper story is reached by narrow stairway. At the center of the scene is a temple with the rain and wind gods seated on top and a vat of liquid within. [55], The South Ballcourt, like the North Ball court, has only vertical walls which are sculpted. The other structure is the Great Ballcourt, the largest court at El Tajin. The facade depicts a false stairway and balustrades of stepped frets capped by niches. Some of the events include musical concerts, experiencing a temazcal, theatrical events and visiting El Tajin at night, with a total over 5,000 activities. Click on a date/time to view the file as it appeared at that time. The seven stories of the pyramid are composed of gently sloping walling divided into panels of varying widths. There are six carved panels with ritual scenes and an ornamental frieze that runs along both walls. It is now known that it belonged to the center of the city. The friezes running along the upper edges of the court are composed of interlocking scroll figures, each containing a central element of a head and an eye. The first building to be completely cleared of jungle growth was the Pyramid of the Niches. This seems to have been the most important god of the culture as other depictions are found in other places at the site. El Tajín is a pre-Columbian archeological site in southern Mexico and is one of the largest and most important cities of the Classic era of Mesoamerica. Der ausgesuchte Baumstamm musste mindestens 25 m hoch und die Seillänge genau abgemessen sein, damit die vier fliegenden Voladores exakt 13 Umkreisungen des Stammes erreichen, welche einen Zeitraum von 52 (4x13) Jahren symbolisieren. Herzlich Willkommen hier. Historisches Zentrum von Puebla (1987) | [51], Just south of Buildings 3 and 23 is Building 15, which is only partially excavated. The principal participant is supine on a kind of a sofa. The deteriorated north central panel shows two cross-legged figures facing each other. Vor dem Fällen tanzten sie ihm zu Ehren und baten um die Erlaubnis für das Fällen. Average temperature for the year is 35 °C with hurricanes possible from June to October. In being named a World Heritage Site in 1992, new facilities have been added to this area, such as a cafeteria, information services, a park and administrative offices. By this time, he had uncovered most of the major buildings and established that Tajín was one of the most important cities of ancient Mexico. It was originally a great urban center that flourished from around 800 to 1150 ce. 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This complex was one of the last to be built and it also shows evidence if fire and other damage from the fall of the city. What is being requested is pulque, indicated by a glyph indicating the mythical origin of the drink and a split image of the god of pulque above the scene. [22] The publication of the pyramid's existence in the Gaceta influenced academic circles in New Spain and Europe, attracting the attention of antiquarians José Antonio de Alzate y Ramírez and Ciriaco Gonazlez Carvajal, who wrote about it. The main exhibits of the roofed area are the fragments recovered from the Building of the Columns, with a number partially reassembled. However, there are no records by any Europeans about the place prior to the late 18th century. wahrscheinlich von den Totonaken gegründet, die sie vermutlich auch als Hauptstadt nutzten. El Tajín was left to the jungle and remained covered and silent for over 500 years. Due to the lack of beams or other materials to prop it up, this roof had to be very thick to support itself. However the city also had communities located on the hills east and west of the main city, with mostly lower-class dwellings. The third story begins with a wall of niches and no visible stairs. El Tajin has lots of stories to share, even if most of the site and old city is destroyed. [22], Since its discovery by Europeans, the site has attracted visitors for two centuries. Jh. Access to the top of the pyramid, where the temple once stood, is via a double staircase on the east side. One of the most mysterious is the ancient city of El Tajín in the state of Veracruz, Mexico. It has become the focus of the site because of its unusual design and good state of preservation. [57], After this point, the panels deal with the response of the gods. El Tajin: HISTORY AND CULTURE - See 648 traveler reviews, 816 candid photos, and great deals for Papantla, Mexico, at Tripadvisor. It is also affected by a weather phenomenon called “nortes.” These are cold fronts with winds that come from the north and down the Tamaulipas and Veracruz coasts. Our guide Jorge was very knowledgeable and friendly, so … [17] It is unclear who built the city. The figure on the right holds a large knife which is at the center figure's neck. Between the two sets of staircases on the first level on the east side is a tall column-line sculpture. Spectators could watch events from Building 5 to the north and Building 6 to the south as well as from stands built on one side of the court. The stones are arranged in controlled lines and delicate proportions. No sculpture is known to have come from this building and nothing of the temple at the top remains. Die Voladores begaben sich eine Woche vor dem Ritual auf die Suche nach einem geeigneten Baum. El Tajin is located near the coast of eastern Mexico and was an important Mesoamerican centre which flourished between 900 and 1100 CE. Panorama of El Tajin Archaeological Site - Veracruz - Mexico - 05 (15835649398).jpg 4,912 × 1,080; 2.78 MB. [27] The finished roofs were nearly a meter thick and almost perfectly flat. [38], Sculpture from the temple is largely fragmentary. The blood falls into the vat and to refill it with pulque. Jahrhundert v. Chr. [8], Its significance is due to its size and unique forms of art and architecture. [33], This is called the Arroyo Group because two streams surround it on three sides. The pyramids here are primitive in comparison to the rest of the site, with niches that are not as finely formed. [12] El Tajín reached its peak after the fall of Teotihuacan, and conserved many cultural traits inherited from that civilization. Next is the southwest panel in which a different ceremonial preparation is depicted. You do not want to miss this. Altstadt von Morelia (1991) | [10], The Cumbre Tajín has been criticized for its emphasis on modern shows rather than on cultural events. El Tajín | Arqueología Mexicana El Tajín llamó la atención de los estudiosos desde finales del siglo XVIII, época en que se publicaron las imágenes de la Pirámide de los Nichos por primera vez. 1785 wurde die Stätte von Diego Ruiz wiederentdeckt, nachdem die Spanier wahrscheinlich bereits im 16. Die wichtigste Pyramide ist die sogenannte Nischenpyramide (Piramide de los Nichos). The glyphs above the deity identify it with the planet Venus. Originally the structure was painted a dark red with the niches in black intended to deepen the shadows of the recessed niches. Altstadt von Zacatecas (1993) | [52], Building 5 is considered to be the stateliest of the El Tajin site. [45] The upper level contains a corridor that goes all the way around and a number of rooms. The central panels depict the gods responding or performing a ritual of their own. The panels on the ends show scenes from the ballgame itself and the center panels show responses from the gods. El Tajin war dem Gott des Windes, Huracán, und des Blitzes, Tajín, nach dem auch die Stadt benannt wurde, geweiht. Um 1200 wurde die Stätte wieder verlassen. It is a modern facility with the aim of being a center of Veracruz indigenous identity. This space is broken by six stone and cement pillars which support the floor above. May 28, 2020 July 28, 2020 Tony 461 Leave a Comment on Papantla: El Tajin archaeological zone. Impressions of baskets, tamale wrappers and other items have been found in the dried cement. He points to the vat and addresses the rain god. Buried under all of this is a smaller stricter with taluds but no niches. The city-state was highly centralized,[1] with the city itself having more than fifty ethnicities living there. Biosphärenreservat Mariposa Monarca (2008) | Overlooking this scene is the death deity who rises from a vat of liquid, perhaps pulque. Wählen Sie aus erstklassigen Inhalten zum Thema El Tajín in höchster Qualität. 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