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Mayan Tomb May Belong to Warrior Queen

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Archaeologists say they've discovered what could be the tomb of one of the greatest Mayan rulers, the seventh-century warrior queen Lady K'abel.

The tomb was revealed during digging at the ancient Maya city of El Perú-Waka' in the rain forest of northern Guatemala. Alongside the body, excavators found a white jar shaped like a conch shell with the head and arm of a woman carved at the opening.

The plazas, palaces, temple pyramids and residences of El Perú-Waka' belong to the Classic Maya civilization (A.D. 200-900). K'abel was part of a royal family and carried the title "Kaloomte'," which translates to "Supreme Warrior," meaning she had even higher in authority than her king husband, K'inich Bahlam, according to Freidel and his excavation team. K'abel is believed to have reigned with him from about A.D. 672-692.

 Quoting: Seer777

Cool. I was fortunate to visit Caracol in Belize and Tikal in Guatemala.

Cool places. Dark and mysterious.
 Quoting: Jonny Blaze

You are very fortunate for having experienced so many ancient sites.

I would love to do as such as I have been fascinated with ancient culture since early childhood.

One stand out trigger was the King Tut issue of National Geographic in the 80's.

As well as the cover of same, with the 'Ring Lady' after the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79AD.
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