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1116-53087 - Clay pots piled on a tomb of the Lord of Sipan archeological site near Chiclayo, Peru in the Lambayeque Valley. Archaeologists uncovered burial places of several lesser important figures besides royalty at Sipan. One, a high priest, had a tomb almost as impressive as the royal ones. Another burial contained 1,137 pots shaped into warriors, priests, prisoners, musicians, and anthropomorphic deities, Sipan, Peru
1116-53086 - Flags and statuary decorate a colorful roadside altar in a desolate region of northern Chile. Shrines or animitas are a common tradition of memorials that mark the site where someone died. People who are not related to the person who was killed can offer a prayer at the animita, in this way, animitas can take the roles of popular saints in the Catholic religion, Pan American Highway, Chile
1116-53083 - Three caribou (Rangifer tarandus) walk by oil storage tanks near Prudhoe Bay and the Point Lonely Short Range Radar Site, where the Central Arctic herd migrates north each summer, Alaska, United States of America
1116-52988 - Two passenger camels waiting at the bottom of the Step Pyramid of Djoser against a blue sky, the Oldest Known Pyramid, located in the archaeological site in the Saqqara Necropolis, Egyptian Burial Grounds in the Village of Saqqara, Saqqara, Egypt
1116-52971 - Close-up of bas-relief hieroglyphics painted on the walls of the Royal Tomb of Ramses IV, Valley of the Kings, Thebes, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Egypt, North Africa, Africa
1382-472 - Copy of the head of the 'Goddess of Butrint' in the precinct of the Acropolis of the Archaeological site of Butrint, Butrint National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, near Saranda, on the Ionian coast, Albania, Southeastern Europe