The New Santa Maria, Rosario, will have a pre-Hispanic museum

Rosario, Sinaloa.- With the aim of preserving the history, culture and tradition of the inhabitants of Santa María, a pre-Hispanic museum will be built in the new town that will be integrated by archaeological vestiges and photographic archives, which will be in charge of the National Institute of Anthropology and History. Servando Rojo Quintero, director of the Sinaloa INAH Center, reported that in the southern area of Sinaloa work is being done in areas with high archaeological value, locating important pieces and vestiges that will allow projects such as the pre-Hispanic museum of Nuevo Santa María. Photographic records are being made and in this upper part there is a project of the museum of the memory of Santa María, there will be exposed all the pre-Hispanic vestiges that have been found, as well as the history of the inhabitants of the old town, how their homes were built, their daily life and their church, “he specified. In El Rosario there are approximately 10 sites where there were petrogravures, the archaeologist Jesús García already works on the photographic record, and in the field work they recorded three other places that did not appear in the relationship, to be able to do that has been days of extensive work in the different areas, so 13 archaeological sites of magnificent quality are contemplated. The presence of the INAH was very important for the transfer of the church, the construction of the houses and to build what will be the pre-Hispanic museum, this could be done, at the request of the inhabitants of Santa María, being one of their main demands to the State Government. since it is contemplated that this small community disappears to be 70 meters underwater. Escuinapa also has important archaeological riches The state official mentioned that it is contemplated to send specialized personnel to carry out archaeology work in the municipality of Escuinapa, since it is known that there are very rich sites in archaeology. ” In Escuinapa there are many pre-Hispanic vestiges, there is the pyramid of shells El Calón with 32 meters high and still prevails the fishing system with tapos that is a pre-Hispanic activity, when the tide is rising the beatings rise and when the weights go down they are trapped and it is still practiced in this region, as well as the activity of the salt pan and the houses built with beatings “, Indicated. The human settlements that were registered in the south of Sinaloa are of Los Totorames still prevails its pre-Hispanic remains, contrary to Los Tahues in Culiacán, its vestiges the vast majority were destroyed by the urban complexes.  The archaeological remains that have been located date from the years 1200-1300.We recommend you read: In Mazatlan there have been reported findings of complete pots and bones (mortuary urns), in the northern area near La Marina, it is said that these vestiges are of very good quality. No arrest warrants for murder of Luis Enrique Ramírez: Ricardo Mejía dismisses
Degree in Communication Sciences. Correspondent of Escuinapa. I have 15 years of work experience in the area of written journalism, in which I have covered in southern Sinaloa. My beginnings were in Concordia where I attended the events of the different productive sectors of the region, as well as the political life and social conflicts of this municipality, located in the mountainous part of Sinaloa. Later I covered in El Rosario, where I was a correspondent for 5 years, giving the voice to the people through written journalism, as well as attention to the health, tourism, education, agricultural, fishing, livestock and mining sectors of the region. From 2011 to 2013 I ventured into the public service as director of Social Communication and Public Relations of El Rosario. And from 2014 to 2016 I did this same work but now in the municipality of Escuinapa. In 2017 I joined the ranks of EL DEBATE to cover the news events in the southern municipality of Escuinapa. See more

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