Although the human head is a potent symbol in many South American cultures, archaeologists working at a site in Ecuador were surprised to find two babies buried with “helmets” made from the skulls of kids.
Skulls Analyzed From The Mayan Sacred Cenote Show That Human Sacrifices Were Sourced From Far And Wide Across Mexico
Tooth enamel from the skulls of 1000-year-old Maya human sacrifices were isotopically analyzed with the goal of elucidating the provenance of the owners of those teeth. The study published in American
An archaeologist working at a site along the north coast of Peru recently discovered a cooking pot carefully buried under a house floor. The simple, well-used pot contained portions of a llama's face well