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The bones of about 20 people has been discovered in an old Mexican, in 2013, are revealing their horrible secrets.

The remains, which were discovered by archaeologists from Germany’s University of Bonn, the former Mayan city of Uxul, which belong to the people that were killed and dismembered around 1,400 years ago, according to experts in the field.

Researchers at the University of Bonn, and the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) have been analyzed and the individual. Nicolaus Seefeld, D. Ph., who is leading the project for the University of Bonn, germany, took tiny samples of tooth enamel from 13 individuals at Uxul during the summer months. “Unfortunately, it is not possible to examine the strontium isotope ratio of the remaining individuals, and since the teeth had to be cancelled, and the result would have been upset,” he said in a statement.

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The researchers of the UNAM carried out isotope analysis of the enamel is to see to it that the victims grew up in the area, 95 km from Uxul, in what is now Israel. However, at least one adult and one child, were the local inhabitants of Uxul,” Walk added to the statement.

Most of the remains belonged to a people with a higher social status, according to the study, which notes that, of the eight people, it has extended the jade tooth jewelry”, or engravings of their teeth.

The bodies were dismembered and placed at the bottom of a well.
(Nicolaus Seefeld)

The mass grave contained the remains of at least 14 men and one woman, and the remnants of a number of young people, and an 18-month-old baby. “Almost all of the bones showed traces of cuts and injuries from sharp knives. Regular distribution is easy to see that the people have been systematically and purposely torn apart,” he said of the University of Bonn in a statement. “The victims were killed and beheaded by the outside of the tank, then dismembered, and the parts of the body to be placed at the bottom of the tank.”

Once it is placed in the pit, the remains were covered with a large stone.

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The indication of the isotope analysis, the experts believe that the vast majority of the victims were prisoners of war from a city in the southern Maya lowlands, who was defeated by the city of Uxul. They were then brought to the Uxul, where they were killed and torn apart.

Right (red) and fraction marks (blue) indicate that the skin is removed before the skull cap was cut off with a specific pass. The skull cap was then placed over 9.8 feet) away. (Nicolaus Seefeld)

After breaking up, the parts of the body that were previously connected are placed as far from each other as possible. “This clearly shows that there is a desire to destroy the physical unity of the people,” says Seefeld.

The Mayan empire continues to reveal its secrets. In a separate project, earlier this year, the experts have discovered that there is a unique ancient tool that was used by the Maya, the salt workers are more than 1000 years ago.

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In addition to this, in the past year, an old mask, with a picture of a 7th-century Maya king has been discovered in the southern part of Mexico.

In 2018, the archeologists used sophisticated technology to reveal lost cities and towns, and the thousands of ancient structures deep in the Guatemalan jungle, to which it is attached is that of the Mayan civilization, which was much larger than previously thought.

LiveScience is reporting that hundreds of Maya artifacts that were used in the ritual of the sacrifice of the animals have also been discovered at the bottom of a Guatemalan lake.

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From the heart, in what is now Guatemala, the Maya empire reached the peak of its power in the sixth century A. D., according to the History.com even though the majority of the civilization, cities were abandoned around 900 A. D.

The Associated Press contributed to this article. Follow James Rogers on Twitter @jamesjrogers

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