Peruvians’ view of their remote ancestors has taken on a new immediacy thanks to the innovative reconstruction of the face of an upper class woman buried some 3,700 years ago.
“She has a great resemblance to a woman of today,” archaeologist Dayanna Carbonel told EFE, referring to the “Lady of El Paraiso,” whose tomb was discovered in 2016.
Carbonel leads the team carrying out excavations at the vast El Paraiso complex,…
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