My SOTTR Archaeology Collection

The Chimu frieze of a sea bird

Hello all! This page will serve as a collection of educational articles that I have written for SOTTR (Shadow of the Tomb Raider) I have a lot of material on items attached to ancient history from the game. It has been out since 2018, so there was a lot of time to pile up.

I am working on more articles for the new year of 2020 and beyond. Enjoy your time browsing the articles and much more.

the macuahuitl from sottr


The Calander Stone

What the Popol Vuh says about Zipacna his family and Huracan!

Chicha de jora

Tezcatlipoca: a tricky and complicated Aztec god!

Colouring History

Aztec History & Stone Sculpture

Xquic & The Path Home

SOTTR Videos Gameplay & Education

Bird Whistles & Chimu

The Tumi Knife

The Artful Influences of SOTTR Pt. 1: The Stela

The Artful Influences of SOTTR Pt. 2: The Stela

Artifacts of SOTTR: The Urpu Jar of the Incas

The Artifacts of SOTTR: Patolli and Llama Canopa

SOTTR’s Maya Pilgrimage to South America

SOTTR’s Ix Chel and Chak Chel

And What About Paititi?

Shadow of the Tomb Raider: El Mirador

SOTTR Maya King Yaxun B’alam IV

 The Maya Their Culture Inspired from My Travels and Shadow of the Tomb Raider!

The Maya & Eclipses!



Thanks for viewing and come back to check out the next update currently being researched.

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About Emma (195 Articles)
Student of Egyptology. Huge Tomb Raider fan. I adore being an Official Fansite in the Official Tomb Raider Fansite program! I have made many great lasting friendships and look forward to many more. I am an Explorer. World Traveler. Writer. Languages. I enjoy web developing, meeting new friends, having a true blast in the Tomb Raider fan circle. I like to laugh. Have fun. Always learning. Family is an important factor in my life. I do not waste precious time being angry, catty, gossipy, hateful nor a troublemaker. If you are a mean, hateful person, I will just stop talking to you. *waves goodbye whilst smiling* Being nice is good. So, stop by and say hi if you drop in. I would love to hear from you!

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