Aburraes Indian tomb found in Medellin, Columbia

Published on November 20th, 2013 | by Admin



Construction workers in Medellin, Columbia, have unearthed a tomb believed to have been built by the Aburraes Indians.

The tomb held numerous ornate burial gifts, including gold jewelry and ceramics, leading archaeologist to believe the ancient tomb belonged to the ‘Aburraes” indigenous tribe.  Medellin sits in a narrow valley originally inhabited by the Aburraes Indians.  The Aburra Valley was home to the indigenous tribe from 940-to-1540 A.D.

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