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Archaeologists Find Aztec Temple In Mexico
Researchers in Mexico City have unearthed a ceremonial platform which they hope will aide in the search of an emperors' tomb.  
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A figure in the shape of a serpents' head decorates a newly discovered platform at the archaeological site Templo Mayor in Mexico City, Mexico, Thursday Oct. 6, 2011. Archaeologists say they've found a round stone Aztec ceremonial platform studded with carvings of serpents' heads at Mexico City's Templo Mayor ruin site. Archaeologist Raul Barrera said Thursday that records written before the arrival of the Spanish indicate such platforms were the site of royal cremations. ( AP Photo/ Marco Ugarte)

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Figures in the shape of serpents heads decorate a newly discovered platform at the archaeological site Templo Mayor in Mexico City, Mexico, Thursday Oct. 6, 2011. Archaeologists say they've found a round stone Aztec ceremonial platform studded with carvings of serpents' heads at Mexico City's Templo Mayor ruin site. Archaeologist Raul Barrera said Thursday that records written before the arrival of the Spanish indicate such platforms were the site of royal cremations. ( AP Photo/ Marco Ugarte)
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An Aztec symbol of war decorates a newly discovered platform at the archaeological site Templo Mayor in Mexico City, Mexico, Thursday, Oct. 6, 2011. Archaeologists say they've found a round stone Aztec ceremonial platform studded with carvings of serpents' heads at Mexico City's Templo Mayor ruin site. Archaeologist Raul Barrera said Thursday that records written before the arrival of the Spanish indicate such platforms were the site of royal cremations. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)
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Archaeologist Eduardo Matos Moctezuma, left, stands over a newly discovered platform at the archaeological site of Templo Mayor in Mexico City, Mexico, Thursday Oct. 6, 2011. Archaeologists say they've found a round stone Aztec ceremonial platform studded with carvings of serpents' heads at Mexico City's Templo Mayor ruin site. Archaeologist Raul Barrera said Thursday that records written before the arrival of the Spanish indicate such platforms were the site of royal cremations. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)
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A figure in the shape of a serpents' head, below, decorates a newly discovered platform at the archaeological site Templo Mayor in Mexico City, Mexico, Thursday Oct. 6, 2011. Archaeologists say they've found a round stone Aztec ceremonial platform studded with carvings of serpents' heads at Mexico City's Templo Mayor ruin site. Archaeologist Raul Barrera said Thursday that records written before the arrival of the Spanish indicate such platforms were the site of royal cremations. ( AP Photo/ Marco Ugarte)
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Archaeologists Find Aztec Temple In Mexico

Researchers in Mexico City have unearthed a ceremonial platform which they hope will aide in the search of an emperors' tomb.  

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