miércoles, 29 de octubre de 2014

sharing.:::>_recap _Filled with artifacts, ancient Mexican tunnel may lead to royal tombs | Daily Mail Online




Two of the sculptures unearthed by investigators at the Teotihuacan archeological site in Mexico. Mexican archaeologists have concluded a yearslong exploration of a tunnel sealed nearly 2,000 years ago at the ancient city of Teotihuacan and found 50,000  relics. 

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 A sculpture unearthed at the Teotihuacan archeological site in Mexico. The city reached its peak between 100 B.C. and 650 B.C. witha population as large as 200,000, growing rich from awide-ranging trade in obsidian that in pre-Colombian times wasused to make knives and other weapons.
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Handout picture released by the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH in Spanish) showing a jar representing the god Tlaloc (God of the Rain), found at the Temple of the Feathered Serpent (Serpiente Emplumada) at the Teotihuacan complex in Mexico City, taken on October 25, 2014. Archaeologist Sergio Gomez announced in a press conference in Mexico City on October 29, 2014 that new discoveries were made recently at the temple. The discovered offering is located at 103 metres from the entrance of the temple and contains thousands of items including 4 stone sculptures and jade ornaments.  AFP PHOTO/INAH   ---  RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO /INAH" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS--/AFP/Getty Images


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His one-wheeled electric device (pictured) weighs almost four stone (55lbs or 25kg) and reaches speeds of 16mph (25km/h). It then travels up to 18 miles (28km) on a four-hour electric charge


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Space Plane Crashes In Desert 

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Hardended HELCO utility poles in Pahoa Town. Photo by Peter Sur, Special to Hawaii 24/7 


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