Andean Rock Art Pointed to Festival Sites in 300 B.C.

May 5, 2014 8:07 PM

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Andean Rock Art Pointed to Festival Sites in 300 B.C.

Human-made rock formations in Peru are older than famed Nasca lines.

Ancient residents of Peru laid down lines of rocks in the coastal desert that may have pointed to the sites of trade fairs, a new study suggests. The features date to around 300 B.C., centuries ahead of the famed Nasca lines. (Related: "Spirits in the Sands.")

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