Ruins of ancient settlement found in Mexico

07/14/2013 | LiveScience.com

The ruins of an ancient settlement, believed to date to 600 A.D., have been found in the eastern Mexican town of Jaltipan. The site, uncovered by construction workers, revealed 30 skeletons and the ruins of a pyramid. "Analyses will enable us to see whether this site was multicultural, as is indicated by the materials found, or whether the inhabitants were all of the same genetic type," said archaeologist Alfredo Delgado.

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