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August 25, 2006

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Fernando Moreira

I do have to agree with the whole Boggs issue, but for the most part am saddend by the ineffective responce from government official in protecting archeaological sites through out El Salvador, Tazumal is one site but what of the rest? Cihuatan and contemporary sites are only finally getting real recognition, places like Santa Maria have suffered from the agragarian reforms of the 80's and places like Quelepa in the east are left to the elements. I sadly must say that the government and CONCULTURAL have placed far too much emphasize on the Mayan sites and have ignored the predominante Nahua sites in western El Salvador and eastern Lencan sites. Partly blamed on the education system, I am mostly upset at how Salvadorians think all these sites and art is mayan for example the Juguar monolith from Cara Sucia, and even beliving that Nahuat and Mayan are the same thing. I for one am glad that concrete lie has fallen of Tazumal, and lets hope all these other Bogg facelifts get removed.

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