Archaeologists announced Tuesday that they found a human skeleton and many artifacts inside the Pyramid of the Moon, once the biggest ceremonial center of pre-Columbian Mexico.
While the age and gender of the half-buried skeleton was not yet determined, experts said it could date back to 100-150 A.D.
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