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Marcavalle Burial Site Excavated in Peru
Monday, March 10, 2014
LIMA, PERU—The Andina News Agency reports that the 3,000-year-old remains of three adults, one child, and one adolescent from the Marcavalle culture were unearthed in Cusco at a center for juvenile rehabilitation. The individuals had been buried in two double graves and one single grave. Necklaces, tools made from obsidian and camelid bones, and fragments of ceramics were also found. Further excavations in the area are planned.
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