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Peru reveals face of ancient female ruler | SBS News

6.7.17

Peru reveals face of ancient female ruler | SBS News: Using 3D imaging technology and forensics archaeology, the replica was based on the mummified remains of the Lady of Cao's skull and ethnographic research, and took 10 months to create, Peru's culture ministry says.

Culture Minister Salvador del Solar says the goal was to bring the world closer to one of Peru's best archaeological finds and remind Peruvians of their rich cultural heritage.

"Its relevance is really incalculable," del Solar said of the oval-shaped face with high cheekbones on display under a golden crown.

"We can now show the world her face, a face that Peruvians see ourselves in."

The discovery of the Lady of Cao's mummified remains in 2005 shattered the belief the ancient Moche society, which occupied the Chicama Valley from about AD100 to AD700, was patriarchal.


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