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A sacred tunnel of more than 1,800 years has been discovered in the ancient Mexican city of Teotihuacan, where archaeologists found more than 50,000 ritual objects and believed to lead to royal tombs.
This entry was discovered for the first time in 2003 and its content came to light thanks to excavations carried out by remote-controlled robots and the participation of researchers, explained archaeologist Sergio Gómez.
Objects found inside the tunnel, found below the Temple of the Feathered Serpent, including finely carved jewelry and shells, arrowheads, obsidian blades and some 4,000 wooden objects, will provide clues to how the priests and rulers of the city envisioned the underworld, the Underworld.
“Due to the magnitude of the objects we have found, we cannot be anywhere other than the Underworld.”, Explained Gómez.
He added that “We have been able to confirm all the hypotheses that we have made from the beginning”, Arguing that ongoing excavations could produce more great discoveries next year.
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