Archaeologists discover ancient Mayan palace

Archaeologists discover ancient Mayan palace

Archaeologists in Mexico have discovered a large ancient palace used by the Mayan elite in the city of Kuluba. The building, measuring six metres (20 feet) tall, 55 metres (180 feet) long and 15 metres (49 feet) wide, was thought to have been inhabited between 600-1050 AD.

Pierre
Pierre
Hannibal
Hannibal 2 months

Ugh... Basic fact checking Guardian! Mayan civilization was dead long before the conquistadors arrived.

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