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Uncanny Similarities Between Ancient Deities Among Distant, Unconnected Civilizations
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Uncanny Similarities Between Ancient Deities Among Distant, Unconnected Civilizations

The history of the development of civilization on Earth is far from understood. There are missing links wherever wee look.…
Researchers Confirm Existence of Cave and Subterranean Tunnels Beneath Ancient Pyramid at Teotihuacan
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Researchers Confirm Existence of Cave and Subterranean Tunnels Beneath Ancient Pyramid at Teotihuacan

Mexican archaeologists have confirmed by means of non-invasive techniques the discovery of a cave as well as a series of…
Archaeological Discovery in Mexico Rewrites—Yet Again—the History of the Americas
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Archaeological Discovery in Mexico Rewrites—Yet Again—the History of the Americas

Researchers have found conclusive evidence that places humans living inside a cave in present-day Mexico some 30,000 years ago, which…
This 2,200-year-old map was carved on the surface of a massive volcanic rock
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This 2,200-year-old map was carved on the surface of a massive volcanic rock

Two thousand two hundred years ago, an ancient people living in present day-Colima carved an intricate map on a massive…
These Three Pyramids Are The World’s Largest, And You Probably Never Heard About Them
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These Three Pyramids Are The World’s Largest, And You Probably Never Heard About Them

The most famous and most visited Pyramid on the planet is, without a doubt, the Great Pyramid of Giza. Believed…
Check out 5 Stunning Images Revealing “Stumping” Discovery of 60 Mammoth Fossils in Mexico
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Check out 5 Stunning Images Revealing “Stumping” Discovery of 60 Mammoth Fossils in Mexico

A group of archeologists has discovered over 60 mammoth fossils at the location of Mexico City’s new airport. The bones…
Unrecorded Mystery: 3 Reasons Why Ancient Civilizations Probably Built Pyramids
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Unrecorded Mystery: 3 Reasons Why Ancient Civilizations Probably Built Pyramids

Of all the pyramids across the world, none are as famous as the majestic ancient Egyptians pyramids. There are around…
The Ancient Aztec Sun Stone: 5 Things You Should Know
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The Ancient Aztec Sun Stone: 5 Things You Should Know

Although the Aztec Sun Stone (Piedra del Sol) is commonly known as a calendar for keeping a count of the…
Jules Verne’s Massive Crystals Are Real And Located 300 Meters Beneath a Mexican Desert
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Jules Verne’s Massive Crystals Are Real And Located 300 Meters Beneath a Mexican Desert

Remember those massive crystals mentioned by Jules Verne in his book Journey to the Center of the Earth? Well, it…
Stumping New Archaeological Find Reveals Capital of an Ancient Maya Kingdom and Remnants of Pyramids
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Stumping New Archaeological Find Reveals Capital of an Ancient Maya Kingdom and Remnants of Pyramids

A striking discovery has been made in the Mexican state of Chiapas. Archeologists have discovered complex ancient Maya monuments, one…
The Unknown Story of the Samurai Who Traveled to Mexico Hundreds of Years Ago
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The Unknown Story of the Samurai Who Traveled to Mexico Hundreds of Years Ago

Samurai’s traveling to Mexico hundreds of years ago isn’t something you probably read in the history books in school and…
10,000-Year-Old Skeleton Found in a Sunken Mexican Cave Rewrites Early History
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10,000-Year-Old Skeleton Found in a Sunken Mexican Cave Rewrites Early History

Researchers have discovered a relatively well-preserved skeleton of what is believed to be a female inside the sunken caves of…
Analysis of 4 Ancient Skulls in Mexico Has Just Complicated Mainstream History
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Analysis of 4 Ancient Skulls in Mexico Has Just Complicated Mainstream History

The discovery of four ancient skulls in Mexico offers a new, unpreceded story about the first American settlers; it suggests…
Striking Archaeological Discovery Made in the Historic Center of Mexico City
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Striking Archaeological Discovery Made in the Historic Center of Mexico City

The remains of a pre-Hispanic temazcal discovered on a site near La Merced, in the Historic Center of Mexico City,…
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