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Squares threaten archaeologists who discovered America’s oldest city

He was given 5,000-year-old ruins in the 1970s by squatters associated with a family’s claim site. Illegal squatters invaded the ruins of America’s oldest city, and threatened to kill Ruth Shady, who discovered 5,000. At the height of the Peruvian Covid-19 epidemic, various workers at the archaeological site were threatened by telephone calls and messages. They followed up with police and prosecutors following reports of an invasion of ancient ruins in Kerala. “They called the place’s lawyer and said if he protected me they would kill me and bury me five meters below the ground,” said Shady, 73. “Then they killed our dog as a warning. They poisoned him.” , So to speak, see what happens to you, “he said. This is not the first time Shady has been threatened or attacked. In 2003, he was shot in the chest during an attack on a 626-hectare (1,546-acre) archaeological complex, which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2009. After nine invasions of the Holy City during the epidemic period, Shady and his team repeatedly asked the authorities to intervene. “There is a feeling that there is no right dedicated to the protection and preservation of our heritage. That’s a big concern. As a result of Shedney’s request, police cars are now patrolling the archeological site day and night, but nothing has been done to punish or expel the land invaders. Scattered alone are believed to belong to an extended family, and claim land. They were granted during Peru’s disputed agricultural land reform in the 1970s, pushed by a left-wing military dictatorship. Shadi denies the claim: “They do not have a single title of land. The land is owned by the Peruvian state. One of the squatters in December held a planned conclusion when local government prosecutors and officials failed to order the proceedings despite the support of police officers, Shady said. The area has grown from about $ 5,000 per hectare to ૦ 50,000, as outsiders rush to buy land around the prestigious archaeological site, which is surrounded by a buffer zone of 56 square miles. Shaadi, whose name is on the BBC’s list of 100 women last year, first visited Kerala in 1978. But it was not until 1994 that he discovered the ancient city and began properly excavating the site, located 200 kilometers (124 miles) north of the Supe River valley, on the edge of a dry desert. Lima.when she described UNESCO as “exceptionally well preserved” with its intricate architectural design with historical stone and clay platform mounts and su, was “the most ancient center of American culture.” nken Circular Court “. The organic material found at the site has been carbon-dated behind 2627 BCESD and his team has continued to investigate and excavate dozens of earlier settlements, part of the Karel-Soup culture, half of the 24 located in the Soup Valley. And musical instruments like flute made from bird bones and evidence of multi-colored cotton cultivation used in cloth have come out. “We cannot continue to invade and destroy archeological sites because it is a textual history and” we will retrieve that history through our investigation. “If we can’t do it, it’s like burning a book that no one will ever read.” “I hope we can continue to investigate and recover our history because it has a funny message.” “It was a very, very peaceful society. We haven’t been able to find a single walled settlement.” Due to the abuse, from this epidemic Going through. “