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First Pictures: Peru’s Rare, Unlooted Royal Tomb (Part II)

Images of winged, supernatural beings adorn a pair of heavy gold-and-silver ear ornaments that a high-ranking Wari woman wore to her grave in the newly discovered mausoleum at El Castillo de Huarmey in Peru.
Alabaster Cup
Photograph by Daniel Giannoni
The newly discovered tomb contained many rare treasures, including this drinking cup carved from alabaster.  It is the only such cup known from ancient Andean sites.
Semi-precious Stone Beads
Photograph by Patrycja Przadka Giersz
Still caked in earth, strings of semi-precious stone beads from the tomb await cleaning and conservation.
Carved Wooden Artifacts
Photograph by Daniel Giannoni
One of the things that amazed and delighted archaeologists was the excellent preservation of wooden artifacts in the imperial tomb.  Some 1200 years ago, a Wari artist carved a supernatural winged being on the handle of this weaver's spoon.
Gold Tools
Photograph by Patrycja Przadka Giersz
Bending to his work inside the burial chamber, archaeologist Milosz Giersz brushes away sediments from a small cane box.  Giersz and his colleagues found gold weaving tools tucked inside such boxes. The Wari queens, they now surmise, wove cloth with gold instruments.
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