Published on Apr 25, 2017
Every culture seems to have some form of knotted or beaded strings used for things like jewelry, counting and religious prayer aids. But story-telling? Leave it to the amazing Incas to use twisted stings of animal hair called khipus as a means of recording words, not just numbers. An anthropologist has deciphered the code of the cords and the tales they tell may shed new light on the history of the Inca or Inka empire.
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