INAH FOLLOW UP STORY ON THE YUCATAN UNDERGROUND TEMPLE COMPLEX 
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 INAH FOLLOW UP STORY ON THE YUCATAN UNDERGROUND TEMPLE COMPLEX

Listeros,

INAH has posted a follow up story on the just discovered underground
maze of temples found in the Yucatan. According to chief archaeologist
Guillermo de Anda Alanis, this may be the place the Maya believed was
the entrance to Xibalba. Some of the shafts leading to the temples are
30 to 40 meters long. An underground sacbe has also been discovered
there 100 meters long and well cemented running east to west and ends
at a stalactite column that looks like a Ceiba tree.

INAH has the story here;
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A Tiny URL;

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Mike Ruggeri's Maya World
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Mike Ruggeri's Maya Archaeology News and Links
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Wed, 02 Feb 2011 05:11:50 GMT
 
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