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Incidents of Travel in Chichen Itza, Worksheet

Please respond this Prompt in 250 to 500 words.

This video also asks what kind of fieldwork is possible at such a spectacle and its questions the status of ethnographic authority as people from the various groups converging on the event, including the anthropologist - video makers, ironically trade positions as well as compete to speak about the Maya.
Question 1) How do: New Agers, The Mexican state, Tourists, Archaeologists, Local Maya, view the site of Chichen Itza?
Question 2) When does the Maya Sarpent-good Kukulkan appear on one temple Pyramid?
Question3) How was this annual ritual represent a crisis for resident Maya?
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