Peru Archaeology Pictures
Mina Primavera Excavations, 2010.
Our fancy flotation system in Nasca.
Modern mine in Pongo Quebrada, Nasca, Peru.
This is what happens to your truck when you work in the middle of nowhere...
Mmmmm... Fried rodent (cui).
Upanca, 2002. Field crew behind area of site with archaic component.
Looking up the Tierras Blancas Valley from Upanca. That's not mist. That's dust from the dynamite explosions while workers are extending the road.
At the site of Pataraya in the Tierras Blancas Valley.
Some Nasca lines in the Pampa of the Ingenio Valley.
Excavations at the mining base camp of La Ballena in Quebrada Pongo off the Aja River.
Our trustworthy 4x4 near Pirca, 2007.
A looted tomb with human bone near Pirca, Peru.
Archaeologists Kevin Vaugh, Moises Linares Grados, and company standing in front of a modern mine near the Ingenio Valley.
Yup, it's dirty work digging in ancient midden... With Kevin Vaughn at Upanca.