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Alvarez study grant extends exploration into Inkan past

Across the Andes Mountains next summer, five UTSA anthropology graduate students will delve into the past of the Inka.

Matt Warren on location in Bolivia
Matt Warren, a UTSA graduate student, on location in Bolivia, during a past research trip.

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