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destruction, building its temples of material torn from the massive walls of more ancient & interesting temples and the people did not hesitate to make use of the convenient quarries which furnished those already cut & dressed with the upmost accuracy & finish, It is a wonder that any remain  The [[strikethrough]] tiple [[/strikethrough]] temple in the village is now only [[strikethrough]] a means of [[/strikethrough]] ^[[represented by]] the paper interior mass of rough adobe stone work, the triple palace on the other bank remains only on account of the massive lintels. The lower palace
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