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Kuluba is an archaeological site that is found in the northeast region of the state of Yucatan. It is classified in the archaeological Atlas of Yucatan under the code 16Qe(4)1 as a third rate site based on the volume (Garza Tarazona & Edward B. Kurjack, 1980:106). It is located in the municipality of Tizimin 37 km southeast of the municipal head in cattle ranches of Kuluba and Emmanuel and of the “ejidos” of San Luis Tuk and San Pedro Juarez.
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Las trincheras un sistema colonial de defensa de la costa norte de Yucatán
1994 En, Cuadernos de Arquitectura Mesoamericana
Seminario de arquitectura prehispánica.
A complimentary defensive system to the outlooks and fortifications of the north coast of Yucatan, were constituted by a series of military constructions of the XVIII century known as the trenches. These edifications were located immediately after the area of the mangrove along the roads that started on the coast towards the city of Merida and their main function was the defense of the access ways to the Yucatan capital and the intermediate towns.