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Oldest and largest ancient Maya structure found in Mexico
by Will Dunham
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3 June 2020
On 3 June 2020 Reuters reported:
Scientists using an aerial remote-sensing method have discovered the largest and oldest-known structure built by the ancient Maya civilization -- a colossal rectangular elevated platform built between 1,000 and 800 BC in Mexico's Tabasco state. The structure, unlike the soaring Maya pyramids at cities like Tikal in Guatemala and Palenque in Mexico erected some 1,500 years later, was not built of stone but rather of clay and earth... researchers said on Wednesday [3 June].
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