تیمی از باستانشناسان ژاپنی و پرویی، موفق به کشف اسکلت زنی شده اند که به اعتقاد آنان نزدیک به سه هزار سال قبل برای قربانی کردن، او را کشته اند.
به گزارش گوش دهيد!
At close to 3,000 years old, scientists were amazed at how well preserved the remains were. The woman, named the Lady of Pacopampa after the site in the northern highlands where she was found, stood at just over one and a half metres tall.
She was discovered surrounded by gold necklaces, pendants and ceramics. Archaeologists were also surprised to find jewellery made from seashells as the site where she was found in the Andean Cajamarca region is several hundred miles from the coast and there was little previous evidence of trade between the two areas.
Although the circumstances of her death are still unclear, the Japanese researcher leading the dig, Yuji Seki, said her bones were found in the foetal position with the legs bound by a cord. He added that she was between 30 and 40 years old when she died, considerably older than most mummified bodies found in Peru.
Archaeologists believe the Pacopampa area where she was found was an important ceremonial site, contemporary with the better-known Chavin and Cupisnique cultures.
Dan Collyns, BBC News, Lima
به كلمات گوش دهيد
how well preserved the remains were
تا چه حد جسد به خوبی حفظ شده
pendants and ceramics
گردن بندهای آویزدار و ظروف سرامیک
گوش ماهی ها، صدف ها
the circumstances of her death
چگونگی مرگ او، اینکه چگونه مرده
the foetal position
حالت جنینی، مانند جنین دست و پا را به طرف سینه بالا آوردن و جمع کردن
bound by a cord
با طناب بسته شده
اجساد مومیایی شده
منبع: بي بي سي
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