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Masks, Other Finds Suggest Early Maya Flourished
Posted on Thursday, 6 May, 2004 |
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At the Mayan city of Cival, Guatemalan archaeologist Francisco Estrada-Belli was walking in a tunnel left by looters when, by sheer chance, he made a major discovery: a massive face mask of a sun god carved on the wall of the main temple pyramid.
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