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Researchers find ancient Maya farms in Mexican wetlands

March 30, 2019 - General

Archaeologists with the University of Cincinnati used the latest technology to find evidence suggesting ancient Maya people grew surplus crops to support an active trade with neighbors up and down the Yucatan Peninsula. They will present their findings at the annual American Association of Geographers conference in Washington, D.C.

UC assistant professor Christopher Carr examines an ancient quarry in Yaxnohcah, Mexico
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