1,500-year-old archaeological remains found in Bolivia

1,500-year-old archaeological remains found in Bolivia

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Workers who leveled a piece of land in Yapacaní (Santa Cruz, Bolivia), have found a 1,500-year-old vessel, which could belong to the Yurakaré culture or another still unknown, according to the archaeologist of the Government of Santa Cruz, Danilo Drakic, who arrived at the place to carry out studies of the vessel that apparently contains human remains.

After another inspection of the site, more archaeological objects were found that will be studied to clarify their provenance and dating.

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