Some Nazca Lines are a Labyrinth, New Study Shows A five-year study by British archaeologists sheds new light on the enigmatic drawings created by the Nazca people between 100 BC and CE 700 in the Peruvian desert.
Archaeologists explore the island of Blå Jungfrun, which is littered with huge boulders and steep cliffs. The island has been associated with tales of witchcraft, curses, and supernatural powers for centuries.
An event next Monday January will give the public a chance to experience at first hand the technologies that have enabled archaeologists to create visualisations of images etched into rock thousands of years ago.
Archaeologists in Peru on Thursday said they have unearthed a massive royal tomb full of mummified women that provides clues about the enigmatic Wari empire that ruled the Andes long before their better-known Incan successors.
Evidence from the tropical lowlands of Central America reveals how Maya activity more than years ago not only contributed to the decline of their environment but continues to influence today's environmental conditions, according to researchers.