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500 ancient Olmec and Mayan ceremonial sites discovered in Mexico
by Madeleine Muzdakis
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3 November 2021
On 3 November 2021 My Modern Met reported:
A new study published in Nature Human Behavior announces the discovery of almost 500 previously unknown Olmec and Mayan sites -- including ceremonial centers which are aligned with the Mayan calendar. To peer beneath the jungle canopy, a team of anthropologists working under Takeshi Inomata from the University of Arizona used a very modern technology called LiDAR. LiDAR stands for light detection and ranging. This technique can pierce through vegetation to scan the fluctuations of the ground below.
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... The team discovered 478 unknown complexes in Southern Mexico, in a region known to anthropologists as the Olmec region and the western Maya lowlands. The structures dates from 1100 BCE to 400 BCE.
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