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Quipu: Dedicated to Researchers of Andean Archaeology
- This portal includes country specific data, article and grant writing guidance, translator tools, and unique databases of researcher genealogy, artifact images and glossary of English/Spanish archaeology terms.
- The famous Inca settlement of Ollantaytambo, Peru, is in imminent danger from a new highway project that would destroy Inca agricultural terraces.
South America - Archaeology Net Links
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The Ice Maiden
- The Institute for Genomic Research discusses DNA analysis of an Inca mummy discovered in 1995, that of a 12 to 14 year old girl sacrificed by Inca priests 500 years ago.
The Kota Mama Expedition
- An expedition by the Scientific Exploration Society across the South American river network in reed boats under the leadership of Colonel John Blashford-Snell. Reports on discoveries.
Tiwanaku (Tiahuanaco) Phase IV
- Cesare Berrini's hypotheses concerning the relationships between bas-relief carvings on the Gateway of the Sun, the annual solar cycle, and geometric time measurement.
Treasures of the Moche
- Grave robbers, a copper scepter, and a gold bead in the shape of a human head with lapis lazuli eyes are clues that led to the discovery of the royal tombs of Sipán, near Chiclayo, on the coast of northern Peru. The artifacts are some of the most spectacular pieces of pre-Columbian gold and silver ever found.
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