Ancient burial in Cholula 
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 Ancient burial in Cholula

INAH has found a multiple burial of 13 individuals in Cholula dating
to 1150-1321 CE. A piece of jade, an engraved plaque with a human
face, both of the Mexcala style, serpentine, an alabaster plate and a
Teotihuacan style jadeite were also found. More material was found as
far down as the Pre-Classic period from 900-1 BCE.

INAH has the report here (in Spanish) with an excellent slide show of
the dig. (click on the red camera icon)

A tiny URL;

Mike Ruggeri's Mesoamerica after the fall of Teotihuacan

Mon, 22 Sep 2014 11:24:07 GMT
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