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Mexican archaeologists have found about 500 ancient Indian household items

Mexican archaeologists have reported an unusual discovery: they were found in at least 500 stone and ceramic household items made ​​Indian tribes before the era of Spanish colonization. The find was made ​​in the central Mexican state of Guanajuato. Researchers estimate that all the relics were produced in the period from 1000 to 1800. They were found in 37 different camps in five independent areas of the state.

Ruben Manzanila, an archaeologist from the Mexican National Institute of Anthropology and History, said that the findings of the scientists found a variety of scrapers, knives, and a variety of weapons, utensils and many household items. Many items are made ​​with the decorations, which indicates that the special status of their owner. Moreover, Mexican specialists discovered a small piece of rock art, made ​​as by a thread, and colored inks. Many scenes paintings illustrate certain situations in life of Indians. findings also include scientists had little arrows of green or gray obsidian.

According to historical records, in the 16th century, such arrows used to fight with the Spanish colonizers. According to the researchers, many everyday objects speak for the fact that among the tribes were settled as to hunting and farming in a particular area, and nomadic. "Many of the artifacts have been known to us in the past, but only for historical records now We have the opportunity to study them in practice, "- said the archaeologist.

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