Vault cover found in archaeological zone of Yucatán, Mexico | News
The Ministry of Culture of the Mexican Government, communicated through the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), about the registration of an unpublished mural painting on a block of stone, used by the ancient Mayans as the cover of a vault.
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According to the statement, it is one of the structures of the Acropolis of Ek' Balam, with a total of seven painted vault covers, recovered this year in the archaeological zone of Yucatán.
During the press conference, headed by the secretary of the government, Luisa María Alcalde Luján, the progress of work on section four of the Mayan Train was presented, which will travel 239 kilometers between the stations Izamal, in Yucatán, and Cancún Airport, in Quintana Roo.
He @INAHmx discovered the painted vault lid inside the Acropolis of Ek' Balam, in Yucatán.
This discovery occurred during the works on Section 4 of the Mayan Train and will be the key to learning more about the history of that archaeological site. pic.twitter.com/5YrSsb85Nj
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For his part, the general director of INAH, Diego Prieto Hernández, reported that work is already underway on the conservation and study of this object and that there are 30 of these architectural elements, registered on the site in several years.
He also said that the findings have provided important data on the rulers of the kingdom of Talol (Ek' Balam), dates of construction of the royal palace or Acropolis.
In the statement it was stated that, unlike the known ones, the vault cover located recently does not have traces of black paint, but rather red and a U-shaped symbol that could represent a cave with underground water or a possible allusion to the underworld.
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