Pre-Inca empire tomb found untouched in Peru

Gold jewelry, bronze axes and dozens of bodies uncovered in Wari empire ceremonial room

PRE-INCAN GAZE A painting of a Wari lord decorates this 1,200-year-old ceramic flask, which archaeologists found with the body of a queen in a tomb in Peru.

Daniel Giannoni

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