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PERU-ARCHEOLOGY/MUSEUM
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January 29, 2009
A replica of the Lord of Sipan (C) is displayed at his tomb near "Huaca Rajada" museum in the northern...
Chiclayo, Peru
To match Life! PERU-ARCHEOLOGY/MUSEUM
A replica of the Lord of Sipan (C) is displayed at his tomb near "Huaca Rajada" museum in the northern city of Chiclayo January 29, 2009. Peru's newest museum opened on Thursday -- only meters away from where the golden tomb of the Lord of Sipan, which has been dubbed the "Tutankhamen of the Americas" was discovered in 1987. The new museum, called Huaca Rajada, includes finds made at the sprawling archeological dig since 2007. Flanked by ancient pyramids, the new museum showcases masks, ceramics and jewelry that historians say are from the ancient Moche culture, which flourished on Peru's coast from about 100 AD to 600 AD. To match Life! PERU-ARCHEOLOGY/MUSEUM REUTERS/Pilar Olivares (PERU)
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