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  • SAQSAYWAMAN - ANCIENT CONSTRUCTION

    Pi Rambla talks about the megalithic constructions of Saqsaywaman and its labyrinths.

  • UNDERWATER ARCHAEOLOGY
    MARITIME EXPLORATION

    Archaeological works on the Peruvian Pacific Ocean coast on the investigation of Asian transpacific voyages in antiquity

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  • THE TUNNELS OF THE ANDES
    ALAN STIVELMAN INTERVIEW

    Alan Stivelman interview Anselm Pi Rambla about the existence of the Andes tunnels (spanish version)

  • QUERO´s COMMUNITY
    IN SEARCH OF THE LAST INCAS

    The Community of Queros is located in the multi-use area of the Manu Biosphere Reserve, in the district of Kosñipata, province of Paucartambo, department of Cusco, Peru. The residents of Queros are Wachiperi, of the Harakmbut family, a group of people that has been greatly reduced in size.

    The Wachiperi have lived in this area for more than a thousand years, conducting commercial trade with the Incas and establishing peaceful alliances with the Matsiguenga and the Amarakaeri of the region. In the middle of the twentieth century, a group of missionaries brought the Wachiperi together, causing a small pox epidemic that killed approximately 65% of the population (Pinasco 2002).

    In 2004, the population of the native community of Queros was approximately 36 people, a very small number, which was due primarily to the increasing number of families that abandoned the area in previous years.

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