After nearly 30 years in the field, archaeologist Leonardo López Luján may be on the verge of the discovery of a lifetime: the only known tomb of an Aztec king. An air of excitement has been thickening around Mexico's Templo Mayor (Great Temple) since 2006, when excavations near the temple revealed a stone monolith with a carving of an Aztec goddess.
What a huge day for Archaeology and a great accomplishment for Leonardo Lopez Lujan. I can't even imagine how amazing this would be. Congratulations!
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