ScienceDaily (July 17, 2010) — A well-preserved tomb of an ancient Mayan king has been discovered at El Zotz in Guatemala by a team of archaeologists led by Brown University’s Stephen Houston. The tomb atis packed with carvings, ceramics, textiles, and the bones of six children, who may have been sacrificed at the time of the king’s death.
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