A stone skull found at the Ndachjian-Tehuacan archaeological site.More

Archaeologists excavating a site in Mexico have discovered a temple dedicated to Xipe Tótec, an Aztec deity associated with the ritualistic practice of wearing the skins of sacrificed individuals.

The temple was unearthed at the Ndachjian-Tehuacan archaeological site in the central Mexican state of Puebla, according to a press release issued earlier this week by Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History. Archaeologists were already aware of

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