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Archaeologists Unearth Egyptian Tomb in San Diego

By Amanda Turner Archaeological discoveries are usually made when excavations begin, but National Geographic reports that a team of mystery archaeologists working near the Pyramid of the Sun at the Teotihuacan Archaeological Park in Mexico has unearthed a tomb–and they’re not talking.

Teotihuacan is considered by some to be the oldest and largest city of Mesoamerica, built between 2000 BCE and 700 CE and believed to have housed nearly 100,000 residents. According to Science Magazine , it’s also Mexico’s most popular tourist attraction outside of Cancun and home to numerous tombs. Mexican archaeologist Sergio Gomez had been leading tours through some 10 newly discovered tombs this past weekend before he noticed the tomb containing “skeletons of at least four individuals, wooden masks covered in stucco, jade beads, shells and pottery pieces” had been raided by robbers.

Gomez suspects that other tombs built during Teotihuacan’s height were also plundered for their artifacts. Archaeologists are now reportedly working to recover what was stolen from this site before it can be destroyed by exposure to the elements.

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Mystery archaeologists near Teotihuacan, Mexico, have made an incredible discovery, unearthing a tomb containing skeletons, wooden masks covered in stucco, jade beads, shells and pottery pieces. Archaeologist Sergio Gomez was leading tours through some 10 newly discovered tombs this past weekend before he noticed one of the burial chambers had been disturbed by thieves .

Gomez suspects that other tombs built during Teotihuacan’s height – between 2000 BCE and 650 CE – were also plundered for their artifacts. Archaeologists are now reportedly working to recover what was stolen from this site before it can be destroyed by exposure to the elements.

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