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David Drew

Archaeologist, writer and broadcaster who studied at Oxford and UCL. David has excavated in Peru and worked with the Cusichaca Trust, a British NGO that helps Andean farming communities to improve their agriculture through restoring ancient systems of irrigation canals and agricultural terraces. In Peru’s sacred valley he has helped to establish a community museum of archaeology and indigenous material culture. He has made many television documentaries for the BBC and the Arts and Entertainment Channel in the USA. He is author of The Lost Chronicles of the Maya Kings and is currently writing a book about Machu Picchu.