It would seem that the Maya undertook numerous small experiments to come up with a satisfactory accommodation model. Heading east from the dramatic platform of yesterday's upload, at a distance of 75 metres, one encounters a series of structures located along the north-south axis that precede the Temple of the Dolls. These are four in number, the first three of which, and most southerly, are doubles. By this I mean, they were constructed back to back, and where they meet, they are very thick and a visitor has no difficulty perceiving the meeting-point. Generally, they have three openings or doors for access. The most northerly is a single structure and currently there is only one door. This photo shows the most southerly and west-facing dwelling.
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