Archaeologists have discovered two chambers of the Mochica culture. The finding provides key clues to understanding the political life of this ancient pre-Incan culture.
Archaeologists excavating in Peru’s largest pre-Columbian city, Chan Chan, uncover a rare wooden sculpture depicting a woman, which may redefine our understanding of the role of women in ancient Peru.
Peru’s central bank issued today a new sol coin which features the Cabeza de Vaca archaeological site in the northern state of Tumbes. The bank will issue 12 million of Full Article »
Peru inaugurated the newly renovated museum for the Pachacamac archaeological site in the Lurin district south of Lima on Monday night. Cabinet chief Pedro Cateriano and culture minister Diana Alvarez Full Article »
Archaeologists unearthed the remains of a Pre-Ceramic Period woman from the El Paraiso archaeological site of Lima’s San Martin de Porres district on Sunday. The skeleton was found beneath food Full Article »
Peru’s central bank issued today a new sol coin which features the ceramic figures made by the Vicus culture. The bank will issue 12 million of the coins featuring two Full Article »
Archaeologists unearthed the skeletal remains of four people yesterday from the Huaca Pucllana archaeological site in the Miraflores district of Lima. The remains of three women and one man seated Full Article »
The discovery of a 1,500-year-old mural in northern Peru’s Huaca de la Luna archaeological site underscores the value of private investment. Less than one month after protests in Cusco helped Full Article »
Peru’s central bank issued today a new nuevo sol coin which features the Huarautambo archaeological site in the central state of Pasco. The bank will issue 12 million of the Full Article »
Argentina President Cristina Fernandez announced that her government would return over 4,500 cultural artifacts to Peru and Ecuador. Fernandez made the announcement at during the opening of expansions to Argentina’s Full Article »