The Chimu civilisation extended along the Peruvian coast to Ecuador but disappeared in 1475 after it was conquered by the Inca empire.
Sungai Batu in Kedah holds the ruins of several Hindu-Buddhist temples dating back to the eighth and eleventh century.
Visits will be limited to 15 people in 45-minute stretches and visitors needs to dress 'properly' to enter the funeral site.
An ancient tower dating back 2,000 years in the historic Afghan city of Ghazni collapses, raising concerns about the vulnerability of the country's cultural heritage and the government's ability to protect them.
The archaeologists who discovered the chamber say it is a significant discovery.
Ashraf Mohi, Director General of Giza Plateau, says the cemetery was re-used extensively during the Late Period, starting from the early seventh century BC.
Mexican archaeologist Guillermo de Anda calls the cave a 'scientific treasure' that will help scientists better understand the history of Chichen Itza.
Archaeologists and historians have long sought to explain the 15th-century abandonment of Angkor.
The mummies, 12 of which were of children, were discovered inside burial chambers in the Tuna El-Gebel archaeological site.
More state aid is needed to protect the remaining heritage sites from development.
The tomb belongs to "Wahtye", a high priest who served during the fifth dynasty reign of King Neferirkare.
The mission had also unearthed the first mummies of scarabs to be found in the area.
The cemetery dating to the first century AD, when the region was under Roman rule, was found in the village of Idna in the southern West Bank.
Among the new discoveries are two Neolithic monuments near Milton Keynes in central England.
An international team of archaeologists announced the discovery of the most revered part of the Great Synagogue of Vilnius.
The sarcophagus in Alexandria contained the remains of an ordinary family of three.
The find was made near the city of Aswan.
Two dozen cave-like tombs with human remains and pottery from the Incan culture have been unearthed so far at the Túcume Archaeological Site.
But with faster and more severe climate change in the poles than the rest of the world, the situation has become desperate, with far more sites that will soon be lost than scientists have the time or resources to document.
It has been discovered that Neanderthals used spears to kill prey.
The Palpa Lines are carved into hillsides and can be seen from below.
An archaeological excavation in Peru uncovered the remains over approximately 140 children and 200 llamas.
The bones were found in a burial chamber in a pyramid located in Bagrawiyah.
In ancient Peru, women held much more power than was previously believed.
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