Bruno Alva Meneses

Bruno Alva Meneses

Bruno Alva Meneses, an archaeologist, who graduated from the National University of Trujillo, has been dedicated to field research and museology. He has participated in various scientific projects as well as national and international exhibitions such as a scientific program of Úcupe murals renovation, a recent discovery of a royal tomb of the Lord of Úcupe, works in Huaca Dos Cabezas and the exhibition "Pre-Incan Treasures of the Moche Culture - the Lord of Sipan, the Murals of Huaca de la Luna and the Lady of Cao" and much more.

Since 2002, he has been performing an exhaustive collection and interpretation of Peruvian pre-Columbian iconography, which now covers most of the cultures developed in this territory. This work is reflected in decoding of pre-Hispanic clothing and it is shown in the TV spot "Peru: Empire of Hidden Treasures".

Recently, this research of over 10 years is being displayed in the ambitious museum project of the Merida´s family - the Inkariy Museum. Collaterally, all characters rescued from archaeological sources will be a part of an expanded book edition that will allow its readers to know clothing and details of ancient Peruvian societies.

     

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