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Lines to the Mountain Gods: Nazca and the…
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Lines to the Mountain Gods: Nazca and the Mysteries of Peru

by Evan Hadingham

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The definitive book about one of the greatest archeological mysteries of the world--the Nazca lines of Peru. Investigates the many myths & hypotheses that surround the lines. Tied in with a 2-part PBS documentary titled "The Mysteries of Peru", to air in fall 1986. 100 black-&-white photographs & index.
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The definitive book about one of the greatest archaeological mysteries of the world--the Nazca lines of Peru. Investigates the many myths and hypotheses that surround the lines. Tied in with a 2-part PBS documentary titled The Mysteries of Peru, to air in fall 1986. 100 black-and-white photographs.

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