Archaeologists Were Forced To Hide The Unusual discovery In Mexico

Tenochtitlan, widely viewed as the capital of the Aztec Empire, featured numerous dam systems to prevent flooding 

 11 symbols were discovered – including representations of a war shield, the head of a bird of prey, and raindrops

The discovery was intended to be made into a public exhibit so that people could visit and inspect this unusual

 The decision was largely due to the economic impacts of the COVID-19 crisis in Mexico

The researchers said they would construct special masonry to protect the glyphs

It's not every day archaeologists have to 'undiscover' the cultural treasures they reveal in the ground