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The Campana structure, with the San Salvador volcanic complex in the background. But in a recent analysis of a Mayan pyramid known as the Campana structure, Akira Ichikawa, a Mesoamerican archaeologist and postdoctoral associate in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Colorado Boulder (UCB), found that people returned to the region much sooner, building the monument just decades after the eruption. Related: In photos: Hidden Maya civilization New analysis of the pyramid, located about 25 miles (40 kilometers) from the volcano in the Zapotitán Valley, also revealed that Maya builders mixed cut stone blocks and earth with blocks carved from tephra — rock ejected by a volcano. This is the first evidence that volcanic ejecta was used in the construction of a Mayan pyramid, and it could reflect the spiritual significance of volcanoes in Mayan culture, Ichikawa said.  Scholars have debated the date of the TBJ eruption for decades, with some arguing that the volcano erupted much earlier, between A.D. 270 and A.D. 400, Ichikawa wrote in the new study, published Sept. 21 in the journal Antiquity . However, recent radiocarbon dating (comparing ratios of radioactive carbon isotopes) in tree trunks from El Salvador had hinted that A.D. 539 was a more accurate estimate, Ichikawa said.  The Campana pyramid rests atop a platform that measures nearly 20 feet (6 meters) high, 262 feet (80 m) long and 180 feet (55 m) wide, and the pyramid itself stands about 43 feet (13 m) tall. The platform also includes four terraces and a broad central staircase. It was the first public building erected in the valley's San blog Andrés site after the TBJ eruption, which would have buried much of the valley under nearly 2 feet (0.5 m) of ash, according to the study. Ichikawa calculated the age of the structure using carbon samples taken from different building materials in the pyramid, dating them to between A.D. 545 and A.D. 570. This suggested that people returned to the site and began construction on the pyramid far sooner than expected, possibly within five years of the TBJ eruption, Ichikawa said. 3D plan of the Campana structure, showing where excavations took place that uncovered the stone monument and evidence of the TBJ eruption. (Image credit: Copyright Antiquity Publications Ltd/Courtesy of A. [Finance]

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