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GARCIA-CUBAS, Antonio, Mexican scientist ; born in Mexico in 1882. He studied in the College of San Ildefonso, and in the Academy of mines, was commissioned by the government to do important geodetical work and explored the ruins of Mitlatoyuca, in the northern part of the state of Vera Cruz. He was ordered to make a design of these ruins and plan a road to be built from Tulancingo to Mitlatoyuca. He is a member of several scientific societies in America and Europe, and has contributed many papers on archaeology. He has published "Cuadro Geografico, Estadistico, Descriptivo 6 Historico de los Estados Unidos Mejicanos" (Mexico, 1857 ; with Spanish, English, and French text, 1885);" Mapa General de Mexico" (1863); "Atlas Pintoresco" (1885); and many other works of topographical drawing ; archaeology, history, and geography.
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