Ancient Aztec carvings discovered in Mexico City

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Mexican archaeologists have discovered 23 stone plaques dating back over 500 hundred years outside an Aztec temple in Mexico City.

The ornately carved relics are thought to illustrate ancient legends.

David Cuen reports.

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