In Chile the progress of the construction of the subway discovered the burial pre-Columbian era
Archeologists find 60 graves, almost 100 different vessels, as well as decoration and funeral supplies that relate to the culture Loleo.
BUENOS AIRES, September 10. /Offset. TASS Elena Kondratieva/. Burial pre-Columbian era were discovered during the construction of new metro lines in Santiago (Chile). As reported by a Panel of archaeologists of the Republic, the specialists were able to find 60 graves, almost 100 different vessels, as well as decoration and funeral supplies.
Objects are culture Loleo, the representatives of which lived in the Central part of the modern Republic of Chile to 200-1200. the First artifacts were found at the end of 2012. Excavations were continued for several years, and ultimately the information collected allowed us to establish that the archaeologists found nothing like ancient tombs.