Gold and silver treasures found in burials of ‘elite artisans’ near Queen Vara’s mighty tomb

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Archaeologists excavating a necropolis north of Lima have discovered a 1,300-year-old decorated tomb from the Vara period in Peru. In the tomb are the remains of a man of high status, who was nicknamed “Lord of Huarmia”.

The remains of six other people were found in the same grave, some of whom were probably reburied after being buried elsewhere. The remains include four adults — possibly two men and two women — and three people who may be teenagers. Archaeological Faculty of the University of Warsaw (opens in a new tab).

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