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1,200-year-old Lambayeque tomb excavated in Peru

A tomb from the pre-Incan Sican era has been unearthed in Northern Peru. A gold earflap, a silver-plated crown, and some 120 silver and copper ornaments that served as emblems of power, along with 116 pieces of pottery and seashells were found in the tomb. The tomb was located in a burial

Sacred temple of Naylamp found in Peru

What is thought to be the sacred temple of Naylamp, the first ruler of the Lambayeque civilization, has been found in Peru. The multicoloured scenes of human sacrifice in which we see armed warriors carrying decapitated heads – partially revealed in 1983 by investigator Christopher Donnan – were the clues archaeologists