MatthewG Posted April 28, 2011 Share Posted April 28, 2011 VERY interesting Article, read HERESome interesting snips:Buried PyramidFrom about 600 B.C. to A.D. 900, Head of Stone—which is about three-quarters of a mile (1 kilometer) long and a third of a mile (0.5 kilometer) wide—was a bustling midsize Maya center, home to about 2,000 permanent residents.But today its structures are buried under several feet of earth and plant material and are nearly invisible to the untrained eyed.Even Head of Stone's three-pointed pyramid—once one of the city's most impressive buildings—"just looks like a mountain enveloped in forest," said study leader Kovacevich, who presented the findings at a meeting of the Society for American Archaeology in Sacramento, California.Maybe this is old news. But it just popped up on digg.com when I happen to be reading some other articles, so thought I'd through it up here. Maybe an old Nephite/Lamanite city??? Link to comment
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