Friday, March 24, 2023

The mother who had the youngsters in Peru turned out not to be “Juanita” but “Juan”.

A few days ago in Peru, the story of a group of young people who had shared alcoholic drinks in a public park was known in the mother’s college. One of them had her in a suitcase at home and told authorities it was “Juanita” from his family, that he slept with her and was like a “spiritual friend”.

The case passed into the hands of the Puno Prosecutor’s Office. In the hands of experts it was determined that “Juanita” was not “Juanita” but “Juan”. To be more precise; “According to the characteristics which this mother has presented, the skeletal remains, it has been established that the man was more or less 35 years old or more”said Evelyn Centurión, from the Recovery Division of the Peruvian Ministry of Culture.

The owner of the mummy was detained with his friends for 40 hours after he was found next to the mummy on a public road. The fact shows that the remains of the inheritance of the father, who had them in his house, for more than 30 years.

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“Respondents are acting in such a way that these comments, these statements that they have made, are finally corroborated after the investigation.”and the Ministry of Culture official added.

Moreover, in Peru such practices are prohibited by law. “The way to move is not appropriate, not how to preserve cultural objects. Cultural objects should not leave their archaeological context,” said Centurión.

For this reason, “Juanita”, or rather “Juan”, now receives conservation and will remain under the care of the Ministry of Culture.

mummy in Peru

Peru is known for its rich history and culture, and a large part of it is the mummy. For thousands of years, Peruvian cultures have practiced the art of mummification to preserve the bodies of leaders and notables.

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Mummies have been found in different parts of the country, including Puno. In this region, mummies were found in the Sillustan caves, which in turn date back more than 2,000 years and belong to the Tiahuanaco culture.

These mummies were found with great goods, such as textiles, pottery and jewelry, indicating that this culture had great wealth and sophistication.

In addition to mummies, Puno has found other important archaeological sites. One of them is the Kalasasaya Temple, which was a stone structure from the Tiahuanaco cult and was located on the Copacabana Peninsula, near Lake Titicaca.

This temple was a center for ceremonial and astronomical observation, and was constructed with great precision. These archaeological finds in Puno are an example of Peru’s rich cultural and historical heritage.

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