Le tombeau du dernier empereur inca?

April 2012
Beaux Arts Magazine;avr2012, Issue 334, p18
The article discusses the possible discovery of the tomb of Atahualpa, the last Inca Emperor, on the side of the Andes Mountains in Ecuador. The archaeological excavations are set to begin in April 2012.


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