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Researchers also noted that salt sites outside of the Peten region demonstrate how this extensive salt production was beyond the control of Mayan state leaders.

The Punta Ycacos Lagoon artifacts serve as proof on how salt was made and transported in ancient Maya.

Were you aware that Captain Cook in his voyage of discovery along the East coast of Australia had pre-existing maps.

These are supposed to be the Dauphne maps, but derived from much older sources.

They found wooden buildings, a wooden canoe paddle and other wooden products as well as some pottery.

The largest structure found was at Chak Sak Ha Nal where 112 wooden posts defined the exterior walls of a rectangular wooden building; inside the structure were 31 more posts seemingly forming interior rooms.

The evolutionists I debate with always resort back to that method, as they say it can date back millions of years.

read that they were declared to be thousands of years old. I'm guessing carbon-dating, however I am really interested to see if any radiometric dating was done on it.

The seemingly standardized sizes of pottery hint that there was mass production of salt carried out by distinct work groups.The ancient paddle proves that Mayan folks used canoes to transport bulks of goods such as salt to the inland Maya cities.The wood structures most probably served as facilities for storage or production workshops, and the pottery debris at the site indicates that seawater was reduced to salt through the boiling process.The presence of a wooden canoe paddle, recovered from the K’ak’ Naab’ site, suggests that canoes were used as modes of conveyance.This paddle, researchers say, is a primary evidence of pre-historical Mayan travel and navigation.

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