Sacrificial victims found in Mexican cenote
Published on July 8th, 2011 | by Sevaan Franks0
It’s “very improbable” that the remains and artifacts were “just tossed” into the sinkhole, known as a cenote, expedition leader Guillermo Anda told National Geographic News in an email. Rather, he said, they were likely placed there during a ceremony to appease the Maya rain god, Chaak.
Story: John Roach, National Geographic News | Photo: Tamara Thomsen