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Archaeologists find 5,500 year old plaza in Peru:

“They had a highly-developed understanding of architecture and construction. This can clearly be seen in the fact that the materials they used survived for so long,” Peter Fuchs, one of the archeologists, told the El Comercio newspaper. The social gathering space that Fuchs and his colleagues found was built with rocks and adobe bricks.

3500 BCE is well into the pre-dynastic period in Egypt, about the supposed time of the invention of writing. Sure is a good thing the conquistadors destroyed all the records they could find.


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