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Archaeologists excavating ruins in Guatemala have unearthed new clues that may help solve the enduring mystery of why the Maya civilization collapsed.
Archaeologists have concluded that the nearly 900-year-old Grolier Codex, long believed to be a forgery, is authentic, making it the oldest known document created in the Americas.
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A canal network discovered by Mexican archaeologists under the 1,300-year-old Mayan temple holding the tomb of King Pakal may have been a symbolic path to the afterlife.
Researchers excavating the Maya settlement of Uxul, buried deep within the jungle, have uncovered the final resting place of a young prince.
Archaeologists at Xultún, a Maya site in Guatemala, have discovered walls with paintings and writing, including calculations related to the Maya calendar.
Mexican and British researchers have uncovered a possible reason for the mysterious collapse of one of the Western Hemisphere's most advanced civilizations.