Weird News Earthquake reveals 1,000-year-old Aztec temple

13:50  12 july  2018
13:50  12 july  2018 Source:   news.sky.com

Earthquake reveals 1,000-year-old Aztec temple

  Earthquake reveals 1,000-year-old Aztec temple A devastating earthquake that rocked central Mexico in September last year has revealed the remnants of a temple inside an Aztec pyramid. The temple, dedicated to the rain god Tlaloc, was unearthed by archaeologists using radar technology.It is located deep within the Teopanzolco pyramid in the city of Cuernavaca in Morelos state.Experts from the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) in Mexico say the structure probably dates back to around 1150. © Getty The Aztec temple was found within a pyramid in south-central Mexico The site was used by the Tlahuica people who lived in Morelos.

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This article is over 1 year old . The underground excavations reveal a section of what was the foundation of a massive, circular-shaped temple dedicated to the Aztec wind god Ehecatl and a smaller part of a ritual ball court, confirming accounts of the first Spanish chroniclers to visit the Aztec

Archaeologists searched the site after it was rocked by an earthquake in September last year © Getty Archaeologists searched the site after it was rocked by an earthquake in September last year

A devastating earthquake that rocked central Mexico in September last year has revealed the remnants of a temple inside an Aztec pyramid.

The temple, dedicated to the rain god Tlaloc, was unearthed by archaeologists using radar technology.

It is located deep within the Teopanzolco pyramid in the city of Cuernavaca in Morelos state.

The Aztec temple was found within a pyramid in south-central Mexico © Getty The Aztec temple was found within a pyramid in south-central Mexico Experts from the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) in Mexico say the structure probably dates back to around 1150.

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19 earthquake has revealed an older structure that was covered by later building. The Aztec -era pyramid was built sometime between 1200 and the Spanish conquest in 1521. Pre-Hispanic cultures often built one temple over another. The quake damaged many historical monuments like colonial

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The site was used by the Tlahuica people who lived in Morelos.

A ceramic remains and an incense burner belonging to the culture were also found.

Experts say the temple would have been around six metres long and four metres wide.

Barbara Koniecza, of the INAH, said: "The pyramid suffered considerable rearrangement of the core of its structure."

She added: "The floor of both shrines sank and bent, which also put their stability in danger."

The 7.1-magnitude earthquake struck central Mexico on 19 September 2017 and killed 369 people, mostly in the capital Mexico City.

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