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Ancient Maya cities, 'super highways' revealed in latest survey
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19 January 2023
On 19 January 2023 Reuters reported:
A new high-tech study has revealed nearly 1,000 ancient Maya settlements, including 417 previously unknown cites linked by what may be the world's first highway network and hidden for millennia by the dense jungles of northern Guatemala and southern Mexico.
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It is the latest discovery of roughly 3,000-year-old Maya centers and related infrastructure, according to a statement on Monday [16 January] from a team from Guatemala's FARES anthropological research foundation overseeing the so-called LiDAR studies.
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