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Ancient Symbols in the New World, Part II
Farming and livestock practices produced the food for an increasingly urban society, and timber cutting supplied lumber for shipbuilding. Whaling and fishing ...
DNA From Inca Child Mummy Reveals Early Genetic Diversity
The boy, 6 or 7 years old, had been wrapped in cloth and buried surrounded by a number of small statues; he is believed to have been sacrificed in a ritual ceremony some five centuries ago by members of the Inca civilization.
Incan Child Sacrificed to the Gods Reveals History of American Expansion
The mummy of an Incan child who was sacrificed to the gods more than 500 years ago belonged to a previously unknown offshoot of an ancient Native American lineage, new research finds. ...
The complete mitogenome of a 500-year-old Inca child mummy
The ceremony (also known as “capac hucha”) involved the ritual sacrifice of children and it is interpreted today as one of several strategies used by the Inca state to integrate and control its vast civilization.
SITTING 'mummies' from pre-Incan civilisation were buried looking out to sea
The Ichma, or Ychsma, dominated the area south of Lima in the Lurin valley from 1,000AD, before the rise of the Inca.

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