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Roberto had always been fascinated by the ancient city of Tenochtitlan, the capital of the Aztec empire that was conquered by the Spanish in the 16th century. He had studied its history, culture, and architecture for years, It was not until 2023 when, following the trail of the civilizations of America, Roberto participated in the organization of a team of researchers. It is impossible to separate the Tehotihuacan culture from the Olmec culture. For anyone interested in knowing the mysteries of the first human inhabitants of Mesoamerica, it is essential to study the mysteries of these cultures. So a new archaeological project was launched to uncover more of its secrets. At first they oriented the project to investigate these, however, there is so little information about them that it was impossible, so they focused once again on Tenochtitlan. Leaving the Olmec and Tehotihuacan civilizations for later. He joined a team of researchers and volunteers who were digging and exploring the ruins of the city, located in the heart of modern-day Mexico City. He was amazed by the size and complexity of the city, which had once been home to more than 200,000 people. He saw the remains of temples, palaces, markets, canals, and gardens, all built with remarkable skill and artistry. One day, he stumbled upon a hidden passage that led him to a mysterious chamber. He was curious and excited, hoping to find some valuable artifacts or clues about the Aztec civilization. He entered the chamber, which was dark and damp, and lit a torch to see better. He gasped when he saw the walls. They were covered with masks of monsters, made of clay, stone, wood, and feathers. They looked realistic and terrifying, with sharp teeth, horns, spikes, and scales. Some of them resembled creatures that Roberto had seen in books and movies, such as tyrannosaurs, pterosaurs, and dragons. Others were more bizarre and unfamiliar, like hybrids of different animals or mythical beasts. Roberto wondered what the purpose of this chamber was. Was it a shrine, a tomb, a prison, or something else? Why did the Aztecs make these masks, and where did they get the inspiration for them? Did they have some knowledge or contact with these creatures, or did they invent them from their imagination? He felt a strange sensation as he looked at the masks. He felt as if they were watching him, judging him, waiting for him to make a move. He felt a chill run down his spine, and a sense of dread fill his chest. He realized that he was not alone in this chamber. There was something else there, something ancient and powerful, something that did not want him to be there. He turned around, and saw a pair of glowing eyes in the darkness. He heard a roar that shook the ground. He dropped his torch, and ran for his life.

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