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South America's unknown ancient path
by Catherine Balston
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20 June 2022
On 20 June 2022 BBC News reported:
Connecting the Pacific and Atlantic Ocean, a 4,000km trail created by indigenous people over millennia is now beginning to reveal its mysteries to the world. Some theories date the route to around 400 or 500 CE; others suggest it goes back as far as 10,000 years ago to Paleo-Indian hunter-gatherers.
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