Cholula burial find 
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 Cholula burial find

17 pre-Hispanic skeletons were recently discovered near Cholula. They
could belong to the Olmeca-Xicalanca culture from the years 900-1150
CE. This group had its capital at Cacaxtla. The skeletons were buried
in a fetal position, oriented to the northeast along with ceramics, a
jadeite bead and an obsidian knife. Sex and age have yet to be
determined. Eventually, this group was defeated by Toltec dispersed

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Mike Ruggeri

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Sun, 13 Nov 2011 06:37:38 GMT
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