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Keope Sarcophagus: it did not have a mummy inside, it was empty. It was built out of diorite the hardest rock on the planet in one single piece. Impossible to do without a modern powerful chain saw armed with a diamond sting. Due to its dimensions it could not pass through the pyramid's tunnels. We don't even know how they moved it in its place.

Keope Sarcophagus: it did not have a mummy inside, it was empty. It was built out of diorite the hardest rock on the planet in one single piece. Impossible to do without a modern powerful chain saw armed with a diamond sting. Due to its dimensions it could not pass through the pyramid's tunnels. We don't even know how they moved it in its place.

Cannibal Colonists Devoured 14-Year-Old Girl At Jamestown  Archaeologists have discovered physical evidence of cannibalism at Jamestown colony: the butchered remains of a 14-year-old girl.

Cannibal Colonists Devoured 14-Year-Old Girl At Jamestown

Cannibal Colonists Devoured 14-Year-Old Girl At Jamestown Archaeologists have discovered physical evidence of cannibalism at Jamestown colony: the butchered remains of a 14-year-old girl.

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Central Veracruz, Middle to Late Classic A.) - Stone - National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico // Photo © Jorge Pérez de Lara

UNESCO World Heritage Site - Chichen Itza is the most important archaeological vestige of the Maya-Toltec civilization in Yucatán, Mexico (10th-15th centuries)

UNESCO World Heritage Site - Chichen Itza is the most important archaeological vestige of the Maya-Toltec civilization in Yucatán, Mexico (10th-15th centuries)

Effigy Urn of Cocijo-Ancient America's-"Zapotec" AD 300-600 (Early Classic)-Mexico............

Effigy Urn of Cocijo-Ancient America's-"Zapotec" AD 300-600 (Early Classic)-Mexico............

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