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    Peru Researchers Reconstruct Mummified Remains

    Peruvian researchers revealed the 3D, digital reconstruction of the face of an ancient noblewoman from the Caral civilization whose mummified remains were discovered in northern Peru in 2016. The remains of the woman of Cuatro Tupus were discovered in the ancient fishing village of Aspero which lies about 14 miles from the city of Caral, the most ancient civilization of its kind in the Americas. The Caral archaeological site is a Unesco heritage area and is believed to date as far back as 5000 B.C. (Published Thursday, Oct 12, 2017) Peruvian researchers revealed the 3D, digital reconstruction of the face of an ancient noblewoman from the Caral civilization whose mummified remains... See More