The Ancient City of Paquimé

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James Blake Wiener
by Pix4D SA.
published on 05 October 2018
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Casas Grandes or Paquimé, a prehistoric archaeological site in Mexico, has not been mapped since a hand drawing of the location was completed in the 1950s. In July 2015, Scott Ure and a team from Brigham Young University used drone technology to create an accurate and up-to-date digital map of the site for identifying future excavation locations…

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