Intrigued yellowed book, and began to examine it, the priest, whose name was Charles Etienne Brasseur de Bourbourg (1814-1874), made one important discovery than made a significant contribution to the study of civilizations of Central America. William Prescott was nine years older than Stephens, Brasseur de Bourbourg nine years younger, and although de Bourbourg made his discovery only in 1863, we can assume that they are all made common cause. Stephens unearthed monuments and sites belonging to the Maya, Prescott collected materials and the first to describe a segment of the Aztec history (even if the most recent), and Brasseur de Bourbourg picked up even a little, and not to all locks, but still the key with which to parse a number of quite obscure until ornaments and hieroglyphs. However, before you explain the importance of his discovery, it is necessary to understand the situation, which appeared in this case archaeologists - the challenges they had to face here, were quite different than in the Old World.
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