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At the foot of the El Tlatoani hill, west of the municipality of Tlayacapan, in Morelos, archaeologists of the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) recently discovered the burial of a decapitated warrior and a pre-Hispanic oven meant for ceramic production, both associated to the Late Classic Period (350-600 AD). The archaeologist Raul Francisco Gonzalez Quesada, from INAH in Morelos, said that the individual’s burial was found during the excavation of the lower part of the mountain, which corresponds to what used to be an urban space with at least two monuments. “In this area we found a funerary cist with an individual accompanied by very expensive furnishings. His getup consisted of earflaps and a green stone beaded necklace, along with other artifacts made with this material and a series of pots. Among the osseous remains they identified the inferior extremities and the cervical vertebrae with traces of cuts, which indicates his decapitation”, detailed the specialist.
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Pop sensation Carly Rae Jepsen receives the VEVO CERTIFIED award created by Inspired Bronze.
Archaeologists of the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) recently found the cranium of a decapitated individual, dating back 500 years ago in the Archaeological Zone in Tlatelolco, which is part of a small offering located at the foot of the Great Temple of the site.
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