ARCHEOLISTS DISCOVER THE SECRETS OF THE EXTENDED MAY PALACE NEAR CANCÚN

Dec 2019
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Work is underway in the ruins of a large Mayan palace discovered in Mexico in the northeast of Yucatan, 100 miles west of Cancún. It is over 1000 years old and will become, together with neighboring areas, an attraction for visitors to this region.
The ancient building in the Kulubá archaeological zone probably consists of six rooms, is 55 meters long, 15 meters wide and 6 meters high. The National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) oversees the research of this place by specialists in the field of archeology and restaurants. It was discovered that the building had two phases of expansion: one in the late classical period (600–900 CE) and the other in the final classic period (850–1050 CE). It is also believed that the city of Chichén Itzá in the past controlled Kuluba.

Monument protection specialists are simultaneously working on other research areas in the wider complex. Work is underway on a building called the U Temple, which has carved stones and is covered with a layer of stucco resembling the letter "U". To date, archaeologists have discovered two living rooms, an altar and a large round stove, as well as remains from a burial ground. Future studies of physical anthropology will allow them to determine the gender, age and habits of the Mayans.


When it comes to protection, one option is being considered: using vegetation to protect delicate structures by reforesting specific areas with trees. The goal is to protect against direct sunlight, wind and other adverse weather conditions.

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Naomasa298

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Didn't I tell you not to post any more links to your blog?

And is there something wrong with your CAPS LOCK key?

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Dec 2019
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Is adding historical information from our blog something wrong? Why are you closing the option of reading information? Freedom of speech?
 

Tulius

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Is adding historical information from our blog something wrong? Why are you closing the option of reading information? Freedom of speech?
I noticed that you are a recent member: “Freedom of speech” is not the main objective here, since this is a private owned forum. Anyway you should take a look and read the forum rules, see 15): https://historum.com/threads/summary-of-the-rules.179686/

You also can post the discovery here, if is historical information, you don’t need to link it to your blog.
 

Naomasa298

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Is adding historical information from our blog something wrong? Why are you closing the option of reading information? Freedom of speech?

Because we don't appreciate people who want to use Historum just to gain publicity for their blog without showing any interest in participating in the forum.
 

Dan Howard

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What gave you the idea that the internet has "freedom of speech"? There is no Bill of Rights here. It is a private venue and the owners can ban anyone they want for any reason they want. If we want to play in their sandbox, we have to follow their rules.