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Description Estela C de Tres Zapotes (encontrada en el Cerro de las Mesas al oeste de las montañas de Tuxtla, Veracruz) Es uno de los primeros documentos escritos de América. Concretamente data del periodo llamado Olmeca III (tardío), aproximadamente al comenzar nuestra era: la famosa Estela «C» de Tres Zapotes (México) contiene la fecha equivalente al 2 de septiembre del año 31 dC
Date April 2006
Source Japanese wikipedia: w:ja:画像:Tres Zapotes Stela.C.back.Pt1.JPG
Author Sorry, I dont understand the original text in japanse
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(so is the original tag-licence in the japanese source)
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