Monday, January 23, 2012
BELIZE - ARCHEOLOGICAL FIND IN BELIZE, DOWNTOWN SAN IGNACIO TOWN
Archeological find in downtown San Ignacio hill town in Western Belize.
Town council finds ancient pre-classic pots and stuff in whole condition
BIG ARCHEOLOGICAL FIND IN BELIZE. PRE-CLASSIC, maybe 3,500 years old?
From Facebook: "The town council has a project in the center of town right now and part of it consists of laying down drain pipes, and putting all the wires underground. So when they started digging on Burns to lay the first of the pipes right where the alley is between Venus & Serendib they started find ceramics - but not just any ceramics - whole vessels....PreClassic vessels. So from Serendib along up to to where we were excavating today the cultural level continues.
Unfortunately vessels were being taken out and some walked from since Friday - it wasn't until today that official work took place."
Pics are supposed to be up on the Institute of Archeology Facebook page. For those of you that are my "friend's" on facebook, the info is on my wall.
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