• obsidian or flint knives
  • possibly ceramic spindle whirls
  • mano and metate
  • aww, a little tiny doggy :) - Stregoika
  • nice bling bling - Dragon Weaver
  • a shell

shaft tomb chamber 2

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The museum of anthropology in Mexico City. Reconstruction of a shaft tomb with original contents. Shaft tombs are a typical phenomenon in western Mexico and roughly date to 300 BC - 1 AD.

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  1. Dragon Weaver 100 months ago | reply

    okay...what am I looking at? man or woman? or both. i see they liked to wear bracelets. Gee, can you image being the person that had to put this exhibit together. It would take a lot longer than one of those 1,000 piece jig saw puzzles.

  2. PetWerewolf 83 months ago | reply

    Yes, but it would also be a lot more fun!

  3. LeszekZadlo 70 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called 100 + Viewed Best Archaeology, Old Art & Ruins (add 1, award 1), and we'd love to have this added to the group!

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