Terminal Classic West Mexico & Post-Classic Maya. Monte Alban Chichen Itza. Location of Monte Alban. Map of Monte Alban. Early Monte Alban. Period I: 500 - 200 BC The most prominent Zapotec site in the Valley of Oaxaca during the Late Formative period was Monte Albán.
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The Estela Lisa, or Monument 9, from the South Platform depicts a procession of four individuals who proceed toward a figure who is wearing a typically Zapotec headdress. The four individuals, however, wear costumes, carry implements, and are identified by glyph-like tags that are distinctly Teotihuacano. http://www.utexas.edu/cofa/a_ah/dir/precol/monte_alban.htm