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Pre-Hispanic site for ancestor worship discovered in Peru

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Archaeologists work at the excavation site of a newly discovered pre-Hispanic burial chamber in Peru's northern department of Cajamarca. The site, where human remains and several items used as offerings were found, was devoted to the cult of ancestors, according to experts.

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