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“A team of archaeologists sponsored by National Geographic…”

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“A team of archaeologists sponsored by National Geographic…”
A team of archaeologists sponsored by National Geographic discovered a skull over 500 years that belongs to the first shot killed by firearms in the New World, an Inca Indian.

Miguel Aguirre (Peru, 1973)
Oil on canvas
10,6 x 16,5 cm.

(Courtesy of the artist)

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