Mayan murals found

Lucas Asicona Ramirez had no thought that a kitchen remodeling mission would lead to ancient
Mayan murals being found in his home, but as the plaster fell away, a multi-wall Maya mural was seen for the first time in centuries.
he paintings, which have been studied by archaeologist Jarosław Źrałka, depict figures in a procession who are wearing a mix of traditional Maya and Spanish garb, reports The National Geographic.
Źrałka, who was working on the other side of Guatemala when a colleague told him about the kitchen wall painting, stated that some of the figures may even be holding human hearts. The mural’s introduction to light has faded the ancient Maya artwork considerably, leaving little time to discover its coverts before it may fade away entirely.
Boston University archaeologist William Saturno, who has examined the pictures and supposed the art is authentic, stated that the information that the paintings are still there at all is “a fairly extraordinary thing.” Saturno went on to say that:
“We don’t get a lot of this type of artwork; it’s not commonly preserved in the New World. It’d be neat to see who the folks were who painted on the wall and why.”