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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

pictofacto-reports

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.

Explore the World!

~Emma

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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