In Lima, discovered the 1600 summer mummy

24.10.2010

The excavations in the Peruvian capital Lima found four mummies dating back to the preliminary data, can be up to 1600 years. As reported by Agence France-Presse, archaeologists discovered the burial place about a week ago and is gradually removed from there four mummies, including a well-preserved.

Experts suggest that the tomb was intended for the burial of ancient human nation boil, who held a high position in society. Archaeologists do not exclude also that they have discovered the remains belong to children who are buried together with the nobleman as a sacrifice.

The tomb also found the cloth, pottery, baskets, woven cane and corn stalks.

The flowering of culture in the Andes boil was in the VII-XII century AD.

See also: Antarctica Ice, The Mummy alien.

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