Motel of the Mysteries - Section I, The Motel of the Mysteries (pg 39-50) Summary & Analysis

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Section I, The Motel of the Mysteries (pg 39-50) Summary

As the teams continued to dig, they slowly uncovered that Tomb 26 was apart of a complex of tombs. Unfortunately, Tomb 26 was the only room that was not destroyed. The tombs were set up around elaborate passageways. At the end of the passages were metal containers marked beverages. Coins were kept in these containers as were a few communal ICE containers. The floor plan of the tombs made a "U" shape. The largest and grandest rooms were decorated with large sheets of Formica. They also had larger altars and beautifully crafted units on the wall.

Outside of the tomb units, was a room where sacrificial meals were prepared. After this area was a great courtyard. At the center of the courtyard was a ceremonial pool. It is believed...

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