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Wednesday, 04 May 2016
Satellite Images Solve Mystery Of Ancient Peruvian Aqueducts
One of the mysteries of the Nazca civilization, which thrived from 500 to 200 B.C.E. in what is now Peru, has finally been solved, thanks to satellite observations, IFL Science reports. The Nazca are famous for their impressive lines carved into the Peruvian desert, but they also built an incredible system of aqueducts, some of which still function today. The system is covered in spiral openings, called puquios, but their function was unclear – until now. Rosa Lasaponara and a team from the...
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