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The Lady of Cao

เผยแพร่:   โดย: MGR Online

Handout picture released by the Peruvian national news service Andina on July 4, 2017 showing Peruvian Foreign Commerce and Tourism Minister Eduardo Ferreyros (L) and Culture Minister Salvador del Solar attending the ceremony to unveil the Lady of Cao, the name given to the mummified body of a priestess of the Moche culture whose tomb was discovered more than a decade ago in La Libertad, in the coastal desert of Peru. Oscar Farje/Andina/AFP
Using high-tech 3-D printing and based on the skull of an ancient mummy, scientists have reconstructed the face of a woman who governed in northern Peru 1,700 years ago.

The woman's mummified remains were discovered at the Cao Viejo adobe pyramid in 2006 in the Chicama Valley, just north of the modern city of Trujillo.
Handout picture released by the Peruvian national news service Andina on July 4, 2017 taken during a ceremony to unveil the Lady of Cao, the name given to the mummified body of a priestess of the Moche culture whose tomb was discovered more than a decade ago in La Libertad, in the coastal desert of Peru. Oscar Farje/Andina/AFP
Handout picture released by the Peruvian national news service Andina on July 4, 2017 taken during a ceremony to unveil the Lady of Cao, the name given to the mummified body of a priestess of the Moche culture whose tomb was discovered more than a decade ago in La Libertad, in the coastal desert of Peru. Oscar Farje/Andina/AFP
Handout picture released by the Peruvian national news service Andina on July 4, 2017 taken during a ceremony to unveil the Lady of Cao, the name given to the mummified body of a priestess of the Moche culture whose tomb was discovered more than a decade ago in La Libertad, in the coastal desert of Peru. Oscar Farje/Andina/AFP
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