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Experts reconstruct the face of Peru’s most famous mummy, a teenage Inca sacrificed in Andean snow

The possible living face of Peru’s most famous mummy, a teenage Inca girl sacrificed in a ritual more than 500 years ago atop the...

Workers uncover eight mummies and pre-Inca objects while expanding the gas network in Peru

Some archaeologists describe Peru’s capital as an onion with many layers of history, others consider it a box of surprises. That’s what some gas...

Ancient DNA reveals diverse community in ‘Lost City of the Incas’

Who lived at Machu Picchu at its height? A new study, published in Science Advances, used ancient DNA to find out for the first time...

Archaeologists find mummy surrounded by coca leaves on hilltop in Peru’s capital

Archaeologists have found a pre-Hispanic mummy surrounded by coca leaves on top of a hill in Peru's capital next to the practice field of...

Climate change likely led to violence in early Andean populations

Climate change in current times has created problems for humans such as wildfires and reduced growing seasons for staple crops, spilling over into economic...

Results of Nasca research utilizing deep learning tech

The joint study of the Yamagata University Institute of Nasca and IBM Japan, Ltd. (hereinafter, IBM Japan) has been published in the international academic...