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The archaeological complex of Chavín de Huántar, in the province of Huari (Ancash), continues to unveil treasures. Since June, a team of archaeologists has unearthed three new galleries in an area surrounding the circular plaza of Chavín. The place has found remarkable ceramic pieces, utensils and an intact human burial.
According to the American anthropologist and archaeologist John Rick, in charge of the program of archaeological research and conservation of Chavín, the three galleries discovered come from the late period of this civilization that developed between 1,300 and 550 before Christ. "What these galleries show is that Chavín has a much broader subterranean world than we think," Rick said.