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Plan view reconstruction of the animal (color) and human (grey) remains from Entierro 6, Moon Pyramid (center).

By Nawa Sugiyama (791200), Andrew D. Somerville (791201) and Margaret J. Schoeninger (791202)


<p>(Human reconstruction drawn by G. Pereira, animals drawn by N. Sugiyama). A) Incomplete canid cranium, B) complete felid with a pathology on left forearm (fused radius and ulna), C) plan view drawing of entwined rattlesnake remains inside a basket (drawing by N. Sugiyama), D) eagle skeleton with pathology on left lower limb (tarsometatarsus).</p

Topics: Uncategorised, A.D, New World, carnivores, Roman gladiatorial combat, alimental resources, Wild Carnivore Management, Aztec capital, Mesoamerica, Mexico Reveal Earliest Evidence, Spanish conquistadors, 1000 years, human, Sun Pyramids, state ideology, inflection point, ritual caches, Teotihuacan, ritual symbols, Egyptian animal mummies, ritualistic purposes, evidence, control animals, integral components, stable isotopes, C 4 foods
Year: 2015
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0135635.g001
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