AFP Archaeologists in Bolivia find 1,500-year-old treasures Gold and...
Part of a discovery of pieces of gold, silver, bone and ceramics dated 1,500 years ago found on the Bolivian banks of the Titicaca lake by a group of Belgian archaeologists, in La Paz, on October 8, 2013 Part of a discovery of pieces of gold, silver, bone and ceramics dated 1,500 years ago found on the Bolivian banks of the Titicaca lake by a group ... (more)
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#1 Oct 18, 2013
Nice... but as usual, they don't seem to be able to imagine the remains of Tiahuanaco could be much older than the agreed upon time span.
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