Guatemala dig uncovers Mayan artefacts
23 July 2015 Last updated at 09:10 BST
Archaeologists working in northern Guatemala have uncovered three well-preserved Mayan panels dating backing around 1,400 years.
The panels display ancient hieroglyphics that provide insights into the civilisation's royal traditions along with a stone image of a king.
The priceless artefacts have been moved to Guatemala City for further research.
Marcelo Canuto, co-director of La Corona Archaeological Project, describes the importance of the find.