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Pre-Incan child remains found in Puno
September 7, 2011
After 20 days of restoration work at the Sillustani archaeological site in Puno, workers have found remains of a child buried during pre-Incan times.
The boy who was estimated to have been around 2 years old when buried.
A dog, bowls, food and the other items were also found buried at the site.
According to a story published by local radio station RPP the mayor of the province of Puno, Luis Castillo Butrón, said that the center would be restored in a few months, but that they expected to find more things and of a much more significant cultural and historical value.
The enhancement project is made possible by funds from the city of Lima, while authorities in Puno contacted a contractor dedicated to restoring works of this kind, in the region and around the country.
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