Olmec altar and stele found in Mexico

Published on May 31st, 2012 | by Admin

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A 2,500-year-old alter and stele have been found at the Chalcatzingo archaeological site in Central Mexico.

he pieces are thought to have been made between 800 and 500 B.C., about the same age as another altar and a relief depicting three cats that archaeologists from INAH’s Morelos Center found at Chalcatzingo less than a year ago.

The latest discoveries came during excavations of a residential area that appears to date from the Late Classical period of the Olmec culture, A.D. 700-900, archaeologist Carolina Meza said.

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