Archaeologists from the I. N. A. H. have discovered an ancient map called into volcanic rock in Colima Mexico which could be more than 2000 years old. It is carved into the face of a 1.7 meters or 5.774 Hari chunk of Brussels a fine-grained extrusive volcanic rock which would have been ejected from the cleanup okay now located 14 kilometers away sometime in prehistory. This really is an incredible discovery because it shows small secular features that express identified as ancient settlements making it’s a map of the territorial organization within a group of indigenous pre-Columbian native settlements in the area. (Incredible Ancient Stone Map Discovered in Mexico – Ancient Architects)
What the famous Piri Reis mop it also shows Antarctica okay I’m joking it doesn’t but if the previous map was a copy of a map tens of thousands of years older which many do believe this would be what the source mark would have looked like because well what else could survive for that long anyway I digress going back to the discovery in question on Julio Ignacio Martinez de la Rosa the head of I. N. A. H. so the significance and meaning of the started mop were based on the study of the designs and patterns as well as a comparison to similar petroglyphs found in the region. According to ancient origins.
Nets the map contains both orographic in hydrological features. Apparently the call follows represented locally situated villages and the lines between the settlements correspond with the geographical landscape of the southern slope of the claim of okay now I’m showing obvious for beans and reverses the detail is there for incredible. Stating it is obviously a very difficult task because you called radiocarbon dates along the basalt rock. What we do know is the map does mayor of the southern slope of the cleanup okay now are but the settlements do not correspond to the shop now postclassical amends phase between 1000 to 1580. (Incredible Ancient Stone Map Discovered in Mexico – Ancient Architects)
The map is actually more closely aligned with the position of the tombs from the Late Preclassic in any classic periods between 200 BC and 280. So it’s a good conservative estimate for the age of the mop based on the known archaeology in the region. It is believed the map Starnes helps people to understand and facilitate the management of the territory I’m more a way of preserving knowledge from one generation to another at the time when people in this region couldn’t rights. Okay, just a rough ideal plus has Ruiz is well known for his original interpretation of Polk County called maps believing they have because of my logical significance. Back in 1/20/18, there were no articles one ancient origin.
They stated their Ruiz interpreted a newly discovered star in Poland as a 1000-year-old bop if the universe this. Of course, not everyone agrees but obviously the archaeology is there to be interpreted. The storm pond was discovered at the sites that contain fines relating to the rain god Tlaloc and this together with the placement of other Starnes led researchers to conclude that this was an ancient shrine the could be based on the myth of the monster. (Incredible Ancient Stone Map Discovered in Mexico – Ancient Architects)
The two maps mentioned in this video sure the layouts of ancient societies and maybe also because of my mythological realms. These are very important points because of maps of pre-1600 Meso America a very rad. Very few exist today but those that do contain detailed information they all primary sources I may have helped experts to understand these call star maps. Hey, Jude maps can offer important clues as to how specific coaches originate 8 how they interacted and how they lived and they are important social-economic, and archaeological objects are critical in our understanding of the ancient past. Needless to say, this discovery is important.
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Incredible Ancient Stone Map Discovered in Mexico