In this June 17, 2012 photo released by the El Peru-Waka Archaeological Project, an archeologist shows an artifact found in a burial chamber at the El Peru-Waka archaeological site in the Laguna del ... more 
In this June 17, 2012 photo released by the El Peru-Waka Archaeological Project, an archeologist shows an artifact found in a burial chamber at the El Peru-Waka archaeological site in the Laguna del Tigre National Park in Peten, north of Guatemala City. Archaeologists say a stone jar found at burial chamber in northern Guatemala leads them to believe it is the tomb of a great Maya queen. The team of U.S. and Guatemalan experts led by anthropologist David Freidel has also found other evidence, such as ceramic vessels and a large stone with carvings referring it as the burial site of Lady K'abel, considered the military governor of an ancient Maya city during the seventh century. (AP Photo/El Peru-Waka' Archaeological Project) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By El Peru-Waka' Archaeological Project
Thu, Oct 4, 2012 9:53 PM EDT