Coxcatlán Phase

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Third phase of settlement represented in the Tehuacán Valley of Mexico and dating to the period 5000–3400 bc. Characterized by small dry‐season camps and larger wet‐season camps. Wild and semi‐domesticated plants coupled with hunted small game made up the main diet. Maize first appears during this phase, and small gardens were made.

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