Specialists have found a secret passage prompting a chamber underneath the Pyramid of the Moon at the Teotihuacán archeological site.
A group of analysts from the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) working in a joint effort with the Institute of Geophysics at the National Autonomous University (UNAM) made the finds amid an electrical resistivity investigation of the pyramid.
Verónica Ortega, executive of the Plaza de la Luna Conservation Project, said it is conceivable that human remains and ancient rarities could be found in the 15-meter-measurement chamber.
She clarified that archeologists found skeletons with distorted skulls and additionally a scope of artifacts made out of green-hued stone inside a similar pyramid during the 1980s.
“… Hence, it’s not difficult to believe that something comparable could be discovered…” Ortega said.
She included that the examination would assist scientists with understanding more about antiquated ceremonies at Teotihuacán and the human progress’ association with other pre-Hispanic societies.
“What’s found inside could unwind the connections that this old city had with different districts of Mesoamerica”
Toward the beginning of this current month, the INAH group did another examination that distinguished the area of the passage prompting the chamber.
“The passage is towards the south of the Plaza de la Luna [Plaza of the Moon] however it’s likely that there is another passageway [to the chamber] towards the eastern side. Subsequently, getting a total radiography is major to discovering where it very well may be gotten to from”
Mayan Elites Lived In Teotihuacán
The Pyramid of the Moon is the main structure at Teotihuacán that specifically faces the Calzada de Los Muertos or Avenue of the Dead. It is accepted to have been amplified seven times since it was first manufactured.
A month ago, a similar group of INAH archeologists reported that they had revealed proof that Mayan elites lived in Teotihuacán, found upper east of Mexico City in excess of 1,000 kilometers from the focal point of their human advancement.
INAH said in an explanation that the remaining parts of a Mayan-style painting and offering, and also sections of Mayan pottery and bones of thousands of relinquished individuals, were found in the Plaza of the Columns, or, in other words, the Pyramids of the Sun and Moon.
Amid its prime, between 100 BC and 750 AD, Teotihuacán is accepted to have been the home of in excess of 100,000 individuals and potentially the most intense city in North America. Today, it is a prominent traveler goal due to its colossal pyramids.