Maya Ancestor Remains Discovered in Mexico Cave — Archaeological Headlines – Archaeology Magazine

MEXICO CITY, MEXICO—According to a CBC report, archaeologists have discovered human remains in southern Mexico’s Puyil cave, the earliest of which are estimated to be around 7,000 years old. According to archaeologist Alberto Martos of Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History, the oldest remains—which are now on display in Mexico City—date to a period…

via Maya Ancestor Remains Discovered in Mexico Cave — Archaeological Headlines – Archaeology Magazine

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