A unique collection of ancient Andean textiles will soon return to Peru, more than 80 years after they were smuggled out of the country to end up in Gothenburg city, Sweden.
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Archaeologists in Peru thought they had discovered something special when they uncovered the tomb of a pre-Inca priestess and eight other corpses in 2011. But an even bigger find was right beneath their feet.
Continuing their search for artifacts a year later, the team dug beneath the priestess, uncovering a basement tomb they believe was built by an ancient water cult and meant to flood.