ARCHAEOLOGY

Bones, Carvings at Mayan Tomb

Mexican archaeologists have found an 1,100-year-old tomb from the twilight of the Maya civilization that may shed light on what happened to the once-glorious culture.

Ceramic Heads in Tomb

Ceramic heads found in a newly discovered tomb sit on display at the Mayan Tonina archeological site near Ocosingo village in Mexico's Chiapas state, Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2010. Archaeologists from Mexico's National Institute of Anthropology an History (INAH) announced they discovered in Dec. 2009 an ancient sarcophagus in a tomb dated 840-900 BC.

AP Photo/Miguel Tovar

Mayan Tonina Archeological Site

A man sits at the Mayan Tonina archeological site where a newly discovered tomb is seen, bottom, near Ocosingo village in Mexico's Chiapas state, Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2010. Archaeologists from Mexico's National Institute of Anthropology an History (INAH) announced they discovered in Dec. 2009 the ancient sarcophagus in a tomb dated 840-900 BC.

AP Photo/Miguel Tovar

Indigenous Mayan on Cell Phone

Alonso Mendez, a representative of the Mayan Tzeltal indigenous community, speaks on a mobile phone at the Mayan Tonina archeological site near Ocosingo village in Mexico's Chiapas state, Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2010. Archaeologists from Mexico's National Institute of Anthropology an History (INAH) announced they discovered in Dec. 2009 an ancient sarcophagus in a tomb dated 840-900 BC at the site.

AP Photo/Miguel Tovar

Skeletal Remains

Skeletal remains and an artifact sit in a newly discovered tomb at the Mayan Tonina archeological site near Ocosingo village in Mexico's Chiapas state, Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2010. Archaeologists from Mexico's National Institute of Anthropology an History (INAH) announced they discovered in Dec. 2009 the ancient sarcophagus in a tomb dated 840-900 BC.

AP Photo/Miguel Tovar

Ceramic Head

A ceramic head found in a newly discovered tomb sits on display at the Mayan Tonina archeological site near Ocosingo village in Mexico's Chiapas state, Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2010. Archaeologists from Mexico's National Institute of Anthropology an History (INAH) announced they discovered in Dec. 2009 an ancient sarcophagus in a tomb dated 840-900 BC.

AP Photo/Miguel Tovar

Archaeologists Clear Stones

Archaeologists clear stones in a newly discovered tomb at the Mayan Tonina archeological site near Ocosingo village in Mexico's Chiapas state, Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2010. Archaeologists from Mexico's National Institute of Anthropology an History (INAH) announced they discovered in Dec. 2009 the ancient sarcophagus in a tomb dated 840-900 BC.

AP Photo/Miguel Tovar

Dark Skies over Mayan Site

A man sits at the Mayan Tonina archeological site near Ocosingo village in Mexico's Chiapas state, Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2010. Archaeologists from Mexico's National Institute of Anthropology an History (INAH) announced they discovered in Dec. 2009 an ancient sarcophagus in a tomb dated 840-900 BC at the site.

AP Photo/Miguel Tovar

Bones, Carvings at Mayan Tomb

Mexican archaeologists have found an 1,100-year-old tomb from the twilight of the Maya civilization that may shed light on what happened to the once-glorious culture.

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