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Izapa Regional Settlement Project
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Izapa an Introduction to The Ruins and Monuments Number 31 by Garth W. Lowe (en
Izapa is a very large pre-Columbian archaeological site located in the Mexican state of Chiapas ; it is best known for its occupation during the Late Formative period. The settlement at Izapa extended over 1. Due to the abundance of carved Maya stelae and monuments at Izapa, the term "Izapan style" is used to describe similarly executed works throughout the Pacific foothills and highlands beyond, including some found at Takalik Abaj and Kaminaljuyu. Izapa is located on wet and hilly land made of volcanic soil; it is still fertile for agriculture. The weather is very hot and very wet. The area around Izapa was a major cacao producing area known as the Soconusco region, which was used by the Aztecs. Izapa was a large site that included extensive monuments and architecture.