Monthly Archives: September 2017

Tom Dillehay: Where the Land Meets the Sea

Where the Land Meets the Sea is the title of the recent book published by the prestigious American archaeologist and anthropologist, Tom Dillehay. Tom Dillehay is an archaeologist whose interest is rooted in the pre-Columbian cultures of South America, focusing much of his work on Chile and Peru. He just reached worldwide fame in archeology [...]

The Lady of Cao Serves as Inspiration for a Musical Piece

The German accordionist Eva Zöllner performed two concerts in our capital last month. One of her thematic concerts was dedicated to traffic, and the other concert included a musical piece especially inspired by no other than the Lady of Cao. Contemporary Accordion Music composed by women Eva Zöllner excels in the world of music for [...]

Huayruro Earrings

One of the most emblematic seeds from Peru are the stars of a beautiful silver jewelry collection that is sold in the El Brujo Archaeological Complex Museum Cao’s virtual store. Jewelry and the huayruro The huayruro is a seed native to the Peruvian jungle. Due to its color and beauty, it is used in a [...]