Sunday, June 30, 2013

Archaeologist discover relics of Wari empire at Ancash in Peru

Pre-Inca empire tomb found in Peru
A team of archaeologists in Peru has discovered a royal tomb believed to belong to an empire that ruled the region before the Inca.

Archaeologist researchers from Peru and Poland say they found a 1,200-year-old tomb in the Ancash Region, about 280 kilometers north of the capital, Lima. The entrance of the tomb was covered with pumice stones. A main chamber contained mummified women that appear to belong to the royal family. Team too found about 1,200 burial accessories, including gold jewelry and silver bowls.
Founding of relics of old  empire called the Wari flourished in Peru between the 7th and 10th centuries. would add to unveil various useful information about the era lost history. As few details of the empire are known, including the system of government.The archeologists say this is the first tomb of the Wari empire to be unearthed. The research team encouraged says will excavate further and prepare a rep

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