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Archaeologists from the National Institute of
Anthropology and History found a 500-year-old
skull –apparently of a beheaded person– in the
archaeological site of Tlatelolco. The skull was
part of a small offering located next to the Great
Temple of this pre-Columbian site. Archaeologists
from the National Institute of Anthropology and
History (INAH)found a 500-year-old skull –
apparently of a beheaded person– in the
archaeological site of Tlatelolco. The skull was
part of a small offering located next to the Great
Temple of this pre-Columbian site.
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Archaeologists believe the skull found inside a vessel in the archaeological site in Tlatelolco belonged to a young adult that was decapitated to serve as an offering for the construction of the temple. Photo by Melitón Tapia | INAH