Peru’s Painted God

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The Emperor of Stones

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Beyond Petra

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Seventeenth-Century Tunnel in Mexico Preserves Pre-Contact Artwork

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A New View of the Birthplace of the Olympics (2016)

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Scarab from Space

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Bringing Back Moche Badminton

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Archaeologists resume the search for the home of drama in a Greek sanctuary

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The only Maya city with an urban grid may embody a creation myth

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The only Maya city with an urban grid may embody a creation myth

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Why did prehistoric Americans fashion the enigmatic bannerstones?

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