A sculpture of a shaman
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Remains of children and dogs found in ancient Mexican tomb

Archaeologists in Mexico say they have unearthed a 1,500-year-old pre-Hispanic tomb with the sculpture of a long-faced shaman guarding it.

The rectangular burial site - known as a shaft tomb - also contains the remains of children and dogs.

Idoia Larranaga reports.

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