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    Trail of the Ark is heading into unchartered territory in search of solving the disappearance of the Ark of the Covenant, with the aide of known stepping stones to point us in the right direction.

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    Global Archaeology

    Peru

    Roughly 1,000 years ago, the finishing touches were being made to a rectangular length of fabric. At first glance, the textile resembles a modern tablecloth, but a slit in the centre betrays that it was designed to be worn as a tunic. This was no ordinary work-a-day garment, though, as the once-vibrant painted decoration suggests some kind of ceremonial role. The post Peru appeared first on World Archaeology. [...]

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    The fame of the Incas often eclipses other ancient societies that flourished in Peru. These dazzling groups rose and fell at various times and places, but their stories are essential for understanding the Inca Empire. Because the region was relatively isolated from outside influences, these Peruvian societies developed from unique building blocks, which display common themes that can be traced over thousands of years. We follow some of these threads, to seek out the origins of the Incas. It is a different story in Adulis, a former port city of the Kingdom of Aksum. Excavating Christian places of worship there… [...]

    Entering the hare paenga

    The archaeology of Rapa Nui is dominated by the Easter Island heads, but these were just one element of larger ceremonial complexes. Colin Richards explores some distinctive houses, which offer tantalising clues for understanding the celebrated statues. The post Entering the hare paenga appeared first on World Archaeology. [...]