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An Egyptian artifact has been found in Mexico

Recently, an artifact found in Mexico was confirmed to be an Ancient Egyptian Ushabti figurine. Shabab Abdel-Gawad, the leader of the Egyptian Antiquities Repatriation Department, shared his great news with Ahram Online. The statuette was recently found by a resident of Mexico at his new house. Realising the importance of the find, he handed over the little statue to the Egyptian embassy located in Mexico. Ushabti figure Photo Credit After the statue found its way back home to Egypt, it was carefully analysed by a committee of archaeologists in the Egyptian…

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MYSTERIES 

Disclosure of classified X documents and archaeological Aztec origin objects found in Ojuelos de Jalisco, Mexico.

The Aztecs came long after the Maya. The Mexican government had agreed to disclose to the public several archaeological objects that have remained hidden for decades, from the time they were discovered. A helmet-shaped head of Alien, etched in stone tablets of gold and silver, which can be recognized in engraved details – how astronauts that traveling in space ships with other ships scenes actually looks like. Also you can observe comets and planets there. Front View The Mexica or Aztecs were a people of the Nahuatl culture that existed…

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ARCHAELOGY 

An Archaeologist Discovered a Tunnel Sealed for 1,800 Years Under a Temple in Mexico

Teotihuacán was the massive pre-Aztec metropolis that was home to 125,000 people around 400 CE. The remains of the city still stand about 30 miles northeast of Mexico City and it is a popular tourist destination. While the site continues to be studied by archeologists it was largely believed to have given up all of its secrets. That all changed one rainy day in 2003. The city was established around 100 BCE and lasted until 750 CE. It was the largest city in the region, and the sixth largest city…

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ARCHAELOGY 

A Secret Tunnel Found in Mexico May Finally Solve the Mysteries of Teotihuacán

The discovery of a secret tunnel in Mexico may finally solve some mysteries of the ancient city of Teotihuacán. Running around 100 metres long and 15 metres deep, the underground passage led archeologists to over 75,000 significant artifacts including pottery, rubber balls and evidence of a sacred ritual space. A place that once served as a cosmopolitan centre of Mesoamerica, Teotihuacán is a city that archaeologists still know little about compared to other ancient civilizations. Ronaldo Schemidt / AFP, Getty Images Pyramid of the Sun at the archaeological site of…

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