Mexican archaeologists describe new finds at Teotihuacan site
Archaeologists working at the Teotihuacan archaeological complex north of this capital have found ditches and passageways beneath the plaza in front of the Moon Pyramid, Mexico's National Anthropology and History Institute said.
|Archaeologists working at the Teotihuacan archaeological complex have found ditches and passageways|
beneath the plaza in front of the Moon Pyramid [Credit: EFE/INAH]
|Starting the process of excavation at the north channel |
by the central altar [Credit: INAH]
|Cavities located on the floor, southwest corner of Structure A [Credit: INAH]|
|Smooth stone steles had been placed in the pits [Credit: INAH]|
So far, excavations have focused on the building next to the Moon Pyramid, known as Structure A, a 625sq. meter (6,720sq. foot) walled courtyard containing 10 small altars.
Source: EFE [May 08, 2016]