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数百の頭蓋骨からできたアステカ文明の塔が見つかる メキシコ【写真】

© REUTERS / Henry Romero数百の頭蓋骨からできたアステカ文明の塔が見つかる メキシコ
数百の頭蓋骨からできたアステカ文明の塔が見つかる メキシコ - Sputnik 日本
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メキシコシティの中心にあるアステカの寺院、テンプロ・マヨールの発掘調査で、650個の頭蓋骨や、数千個の人間の骨からなる塔が発見された。ロシアメディアが報じた。

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塔の直径はおよそ6メートル。寺院にある、アステカ神話の太陽神・軍神・狩猟神であるウィツィロポチトリを祀る部屋の隅で発見された。

現在、塔の基盤まで掘り進めるには至っていない。

専門家によると、「スペインの征服者の恐怖を呼び起こした、頭蓋骨からなる迫力ある塔」の情報は、1521年にテノチティトランを征服したスペイン人のコンキスタドール、エルナン・コルテスの時代から残っている。

塔はアステカ文明に普及していた、人間を生贄に捧げる儀式に関係していると見られている。

テンプロ・マヨールは1325年に建てられ、1521年、スペイン人の征服によりほぼ完全に破壊された。

© REUTERS / Henry RomeroRodrigo Bolanos, a biological anthropologist, and Ingrid Trejo, an archaeologist from the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), work at a site where more than 650 skulls caked in lime and thousands of fragments were found in the cylindrical edifice near Templo Mayor, one of the main temples in the Aztec capital Tenochtitlan, which later became Mexico City, Mexico June 30, 2017. Picture taken June 30, 2017.
数百の頭蓋骨からできたアステカ文明の塔が見つかる メキシコ - Sputnik 日本
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Rodrigo Bolanos, a biological anthropologist, and Ingrid Trejo, an archaeologist from the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), work at a site where more than 650 skulls caked in lime and thousands of fragments were found in the cylindrical edifice near Templo Mayor, one of the main temples in the Aztec capital Tenochtitlan, which later became Mexico City, Mexico June 30, 2017. Picture taken June 30, 2017.
© REUTERS / Henry RomeroAbel Guzman, a biological anthropologist from the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), examines a skull discovered at a site where more than 650 skulls caked in lime and thousands of fragments were found in the cylindrical edifice near Templo Mayor, one of the main temples in the Aztec capital Tenochtitlan, which later became Mexico City, Mexico June 30, 2017. Picture taken June 30, 2017.
数百の頭蓋骨からできたアステカ文明の塔が見つかる メキシコ - Sputnik 日本
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Abel Guzman, a biological anthropologist from the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), examines a skull discovered at a site where more than 650 skulls caked in lime and thousands of fragments were found in the cylindrical edifice near Templo Mayor, one of the main temples in the Aztec capital Tenochtitlan, which later became Mexico City, Mexico June 30, 2017. Picture taken June 30, 2017.
© REUTERS / Henry RomeroIngrid Trejo, an archaeologist from the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), works at a site where more than 650 skulls caked in lime and thousands of fragments were found in the cylindrical edifice near Templo Mayor, one of the main temples in the Aztec capital Tenochtitlan, which later became Mexico City, Mexico June 30, 2017. Picture taken June 30, 2017.
数百の頭蓋骨からできたアステカ文明の塔が見つかる メキシコ - Sputnik 日本
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Ingrid Trejo, an archaeologist from the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), works at a site where more than 650 skulls caked in lime and thousands of fragments were found in the cylindrical edifice near Templo Mayor, one of the main temples in the Aztec capital Tenochtitlan, which later became Mexico City, Mexico June 30, 2017. Picture taken June 30, 2017.
© REUTERS / Henry RomeroLorena Vazquez, an archaeologist from the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), works at a site where more than 650 skulls caked in lime and thousands of fragments were found in the cylindrical edifice near Templo Mayor, one of the main temples in the Aztec capital Tenochtitlan, which later became Mexico City, Mexico June 30, 2017. Picture taken June 30, 2017.
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Lorena Vazquez, an archaeologist from the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), works at a site where more than 650 skulls caked in lime and thousands of fragments were found in the cylindrical edifice near Templo Mayor, one of the main temples in the Aztec capital Tenochtitlan, which later became Mexico City, Mexico June 30, 2017. Picture taken June 30, 2017.
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Rodrigo Bolanos, a biological anthropologist, and Ingrid Trejo, an archaeologist from the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), work at a site where more than 650 skulls caked in lime and thousands of fragments were found in the cylindrical edifice near Templo Mayor, one of the main temples in the Aztec capital Tenochtitlan, which later became Mexico City, Mexico June 30, 2017. Picture taken June 30, 2017.
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Abel Guzman, a biological anthropologist from the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), examines a skull discovered at a site where more than 650 skulls caked in lime and thousands of fragments were found in the cylindrical edifice near Templo Mayor, one of the main temples in the Aztec capital Tenochtitlan, which later became Mexico City, Mexico June 30, 2017. Picture taken June 30, 2017.
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Ingrid Trejo, an archaeologist from the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), works at a site where more than 650 skulls caked in lime and thousands of fragments were found in the cylindrical edifice near Templo Mayor, one of the main temples in the Aztec capital Tenochtitlan, which later became Mexico City, Mexico June 30, 2017. Picture taken June 30, 2017.
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Lorena Vazquez, an archaeologist from the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), works at a site where more than 650 skulls caked in lime and thousands of fragments were found in the cylindrical edifice near Templo Mayor, one of the main temples in the Aztec capital Tenochtitlan, which later became Mexico City, Mexico June 30, 2017. Picture taken June 30, 2017.

先の報道によると、メキシコの考古学者らはアステカ文明の神殿の発掘で「儀式用のサッカー」スタジアムから生贄となって大量埋葬されたプレーヤーの遺体を発見した。

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