In 1998-1999, archaeologists found what appears to be the burial chamber containing the remains of an early leader of Teotihuacan.The tomb, dating from 150 A.D, was found within the Moon Pyramid in Teotihuacan, and, inside the tomb the archaeologists found a skeleton of man that apparently was sacrificed, mirrors, blades,shells and remains of animals. Prior to this tomb, several other burial chambers have been found in the moon period in previous years; All of the tombs presented bodies that apparently were sacrificed for a certain rituals, mostly religious rituals. The most recently tomb, however, is different from the other tombs due to its royal character, and the purpose of the sacrifice. The believed royalty member apparently was sacrificed as part of the building dedication.
In addition to thoroughly investigating the origins of the city of Teotihuacan, The article displays the importance of sacrifice in the mesoamerican societies, and how structurally intricate some pyramids can be.Edit
here is the link:
Angela M.H Schuster. “New Tomb at Teotihuacan”. Archaeology Magazine. march 1999. Web