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In WordPress, you cannot manually send post(s) to an archive. They're listed on archive pages automatically. Archive pages are just a way of viewing lists of posts sorted by date. You have to edit the archive.php file to display post(s) in archives.
If your theme does not contain a archive.php file, the following tutorial will teach you how to create this file and assign it to a page.
To set up a separate archive you'll need to create an Archive Page, and assign this to a specific archives template.
Since the archives template does not exist you will have to create one. To do this open any editor of your choice and create and empty file named archives.php in the root folder of the active WordPress theme.
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