Digging in Mexico leads to unearthing of 800-year-old remains

01/2/2013 | Australian (tiered subscription model), The

A drain installation in Cholula, a neighborhood in central Mexico, has led to the discovery of an 800-year-old burial site of 12 children and adults. Though the genders and ethnic origins of the bodies still need to be determined via lab tests, experts say the region was home to the Tolteca-Chichimeca and the Olmeca-Xicalanca cultures 800 years ago.

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