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  • ChichenItza Bob

    An unbelievable wealth of Mayan artifacts – especially known for its “Stelae “and cultured decorations can be found in the west Honduras at the Mayan temple ruins of Coba. Interestingly this large city of the Maya was mysteriously abandoned sometimes after the 5’Th century Twitter : @ChichenItza Bob http://chichenitzablog.cancunchichenitzatours.com/

  • HQ Merriweather

    Three ancient populations from Middle America have been studied: a 500–675 YBP sample of Post-Classic Aztec from Tlatelolco, Mexico, a 480–1400 YBP Maya sample from Xcaret, Mexico and a 750–1300 YBP Maya sample from Copán, Honduras. The two ancient Mexican populations exhibit a high frequency of haplogroup A, like many modern Middle American populations, but the ancient Maya population from Copán belongs primarily to haplogroup C.

  • Ren Vallejo

    My lucky gaze could be delighted by the colorful Templo Rosalila long ago when I was a boy scout!

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