New unknown structures found in Mexican archaeology zone
In Mexico city in the archaeological zone of El Tajin, a researcher has uncovered some ancient structures - two of them are unknown types of structures (referred to with the name ‘balconies’) consisting of platforms of 10 to 15 meters width and of 10 to 12 meters height. They have been found in strategic points of the ancient city in parts that hadn’t been explored.
Furthermore, a housing building of more than 1000 years old was found, showing that it must have been the residence of a rather large and important family.
The vanguard technology that he used, allows for archaeological investigation in areas where access is difficult. The technology utilizes the creation of 3D maps in high precision to help the investigation.
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