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Exploration May Be Near Naymlap Tomb

Figure found on mural near site. Among the most colorful pre-Columbian Peruvianlegends is of Naymlap, fearless founder of a centuries-old dynasty thatsupposedly ruled the Lambayeque Valley in northern Peru. Archaeologist Christopher Donnan’s revelations aboutthe legend are detailed in a new 268-page book that was just published by theUCLA Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Press, Chotunaand Chornancap: Excavating an Ancient Peruvian Legend.
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