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This site, is commonly accepted as among the oldest in the Valley of Mexico. Parts of the large and complex site are buried by ash from volcanoes as recently as 300.A.D., while other parts are buried under volcanic ash that are said to have been dated as 8,000 years old. Most archaeologists do not support the 8,000 year old date. One eruption is actually carbon dated at about 30 AD.
originally posted by: Hanslune
originally posted by: MRuss
There are thousands of un-excavated mounds in the vicinity of 'fertile crescent' (southern Turkey, northern Syria and Iraq) - a century of work there if you add in the associated regions, multiple centuries.
originally posted by: kix
I am 2 miles away from Cuicuilco Mexico and the base is covered by lava from the Title volcano, last eruption was 8500 years ago. A lot of dates do not conform with the establishment so they are "fixed" same thing in Valsequillo Puebla where there are tools 30000 years old that were lost by autorithies ....
Great find, one day evidence will be overwhelming and history will need to be rewritten...