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Forensic expert Sharon Bennett opened a chamber only six feet in length and about five feet wide leading to a small stair way that led to an entrance into another chamber Inside the chamber were bones of scarified victim Researcher first though that they had found the kings burial chamber like that had found in other tombs but as they searched the tomb further they found no evidence of another chamber Altogether in the tomb they found eleven murder men women and children laid out in the tomb At the bottom of the pile of bones they found a fifty five year old decapitated man The position of the other bodies they found showed evidence that many of the bodies had been thrown down the staircase leading into the chamber They found the remains of a polished royal headdress know as white oneness Next they found remains of young women and girls that had not yet borne children wearing similar headdresses They found several more pieces of jewelry carved bones and little pots and pitchers What was bizarre about the tomb was that it sizes was usually only fit for just one person and not eleven They had discovered a dark history to Maya civilization that they had never before seen They had found the whole royal family murdered The Mayan civilizations was build ten miles south of Chicken Itza dating back to the Middle Preclassic age of 500 BC The cities biggest pyramid Yucantan was located on the southern most side with a fifty mile inland waystation linking the trade routes of Calakuml to El Mirado and Nakbe The city was built with natural wells for water even ground for crops and abundant amount of surface stone for building Yaxuna was the largest city in the northern lowlands but often struggled for power with the other Lowland Mayans In this city they found evidence of many wars and struggles with
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