In the Mexican Tehuakan for the first time, the temple dedicated to God Ship-Tuku was discovered. In honor of this deity, the victims were fresh, put on their skin, and then burned her.
Archaeologists have discovered in Mexico the first temple of the Damispan deity of Shipobobov – God fertility and war that worshiped by moving the skin from prisoners and sacrifice them.
According to theater of Anthropology and The History of Mexico, The Data Indicate That The Priests Carried Out Ritual Sacrifices On One Of The Two Round Altars In The Temple, Fresh On The Other, And then Put On Their Skin.
Historians Have Long Known That Schiepe Toteka ("Illustrated God") WORSHIPED MANY NATIONS from Lands Known Today As The Central and Western Mexico and The Coast of the Gulf of Mexico. HOWEVER, ONLY NOW SCIENTSTS WERE ABLE TO DISCOVER THE TEMPLE DEDICATED TO GOD.
Among The On-site Excavations Are Present Three Stone Sculptures Are Present Three Stone Sculptures Ship-Toteka: Two Illustrated Heads and Torso, On the Back of Which The Sacrificial Skin Is Engraved, Which.
"Speaking In The Sculpture Language IS A Great Sample. The Size of the Statue Is About 80 Centimeters in Height, and in the Abdomen There Is a Hole in Which, According to Historical Sources, A Green Stone Was Inserted to "Revive" Ceremonies, "- Explains The LEAD Archaeologist NEMI Castillo Tehero.
Skulls Have A Height Of About 70 Centimeters and Weigh 200 Kilograms.
The Temple Was Used From About 1000 and 1260 (OUR ERA). The Spanish Conquest of Mexico Began in 1519 with the Arrival of Conquistador Fernando Cortes.
AT The Institute, The Dovespan Mexico, Which Was Was One of the Tlakashi-Sipelistic Ceremony, Which In The Language Naathle Means "Wear The Skin of the Refreshing".
The Ritual Victims Were Killed Either in The Process Of Gladiator Fights, Or Arrows, And Then Fresh in the Glory of Ship-Toteka. THEN SKIN WAS BURNED AT THE FOOT OF THE ALTARS. According to the Statement of the Institute, Two Holes Filled with Land Were Found in Teuacan Before Altars.