Llullaillaco


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a mountain in the Andes on the border between Argentina and Chile (22,057 feet high)

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Enterrados en ese estado de inconsciencia, perecerian helados bajo el frio glacial de 20[grados]C bajo cero, al poco tiempo de ser sepultados en la cima del Llullaillaco.
17) Especificamente para los casos de las momias halladas en el Volcan Llullaillaco (Provincia de Salta) durante 1999, y los trabajos de arqueologia subacuatica, en especial el rescate de la Corbeta Swift por parte del Instituto Nacional de Antropologia y Pensamiento Latinoamericano (Ramundo 2008e).
They were found near the summit of Mount Llullaillaco, a 22,000ft-high volcano on the border of Argentina and Chile.
Sendo suas fronteiras constituidas por areas de grande interesse turistico devido a presenca das colinas do Rincon, Aracar, Salin e Llullaillaco e dos vulcoes Socompa, Tres Cruces e Ojos del Salado.
From mountaintop to museum, it has been a long journey for these mummies, which were discovered in 1999 on El Llullaillaco, the highest mountain in Salta Province, 250 miles from the city of Salta, near the Chilean border.
Llullaillaco, Argentina--Chile border The snowcapped Llullaillaco volcano, which last erupted in 1877, looms 6,700 metres over the vast, parched Atacama desert.
84 Three 500-year-old Inca mummies were found on Argentina's Mouth Llullaillaco in 1999.
la del humo y el agua de los montes del Llullaillaco y el Aconcagua, del Illimani y el Huascaran, del Ritacuba y el Atitlan
En noviembre de 1999, el Centro para la Investigacion Historica y Arqueologica (CEPIHA), de la Universidad Nacional de Salta, organizo una mesa redonda de especialistas (2) para discutir las implicaciones eticas del hallazgo de momias en santuarios de altura, a raiz de los reclamos efectuados por la comunidad indigena Kolla en relacion con las momias incas encontradas en el Volcan Llullaillaco ese mismo ano (ver Reinhard, 1999).
On a frigid, windy afternoon in March 1999, Johan Reinhard, a renowned arch archaeologist (expert on prehistoric cultures), stands atop the summit of 6,700-meters-(22,100-feet) high Mount Llullaillaco (yul-ya-Ya-ko) in northern Argentina, tie watch, crew gingerly lowers team member Jaen upside down by his ankles into a 1.
The new discovery, made on Mount Llullaillaco, at Argentina's border with Chile, was announced Tuesday by Johan Reinhard, an American archeologist and mountaineer who led an American-Argentine-Peruvian expedition supported by the National Geographic Society.
In this area of Argentina, there are many other showings and deposits in this structurally prepared area, such as Cerro Samenta, El Camino, Llullaillaco, Rio Grande and Lindero.