“San Antonio has a long and rich Spanish colonial history,” Marceaux said. “So, it's not uncommon.”After the discovery, officials notified the state and local descendant groups as required under the Texas Antiquities Permit and Human Burial Remains Protocol, according to a statement from the city.
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