First artifacts return to Peru

Over 350 artifacts excavated from Machu Picchu in the early 1900s made their official reentry into Peru Wednesday after nearly 100 years at Yale. These objects represent the first of more than 5,000 relics Yale will return to Peru over the next two years under a Nov. 23 agreement between the University and the Peruvian […]

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Unpacking artifacts’ future in Peru

This is a three-part series exploring Yale’s decision to return artifacts from Machu Picchu to Peru: the history behind it, the negotiations leading up to it, and its ramifications. Part 3 investigates the viability of the agreement between Yale and Peru, and how the artifacts will be treated once in Peru. (Read part 1 and […]

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Digging into Peru deliberations

This is a three-part series exploring Yale’s decision to return artifacts from Machu Picchu to Peru: the history behind it, the negotiations leading up to it, and its ramifications. Part 2 investigates the deliberations surrounding the repatriation of the artifacts. (Read part 1 and part 3.) Peruvian President Alan García held a press conference on […]

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Returning to Machu Picchu

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Yale and University of Cusco sign collaboration agreement

The Inca artifacts that Yale has held for nearly 100 years are now one step closer to returning to Peru. At approximately 12:00 p.m. Friday, University President Richard Levin and Victor Aguilar, rector of the University of San Antonio Abad del Cusco, signed an agreement establishing a jointly administered center in Cusco, Peru charged with […]

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