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The remains of a Mayan shaman are seen at the Copan Ruins, one of the most important sites of the Mayan civilization, which was registered 40 years ago in the World Heritage list by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), in Copan department, Honduras on September 20, 2020. - Skeletal remains of the first 16 kings of the Copan dynasty, Kinich Yax K'uk' Mo', are being studied by scientists who search to unravel the secrets of the old Mayan empire in Honduras. (Photo by ORLANDO SIERRA / AFP) (Photo by ORLANDO SIERRA/AFP via Getty Images)
The remains of a Mayan shaman are seen at the Copan Ruins, one of the most important sites of the Mayan civilization, which was registered 40 years ago in the World Heritage list by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), in Copan department, Honduras on September 20, 2020. - Skeletal remains of the first 16 kings of the Copan dynasty, Kinich Yax K'uk' Mo', are being studied by scientists who search to unravel the secrets of the old Mayan empire in Honduras. (Photo by ORLANDO SIERRA / AFP) (Photo by ORLANDO SIERRA/AFP via Getty Images)
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