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UC Research on Maya Village Uncovers "Invisible" Crops, Unexpected Agriculture


April 2, 2013

workers at the excavation site of Cerén Research on well-preserved plant remains found in a Maya village that was destroyed by a volcano's fury will be presented at the annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. Full Story

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