The Sarcophagi of El Tigre Hill were made by the Chachapoya people circa 1000 CE. 24 were deposited here, on a cliff wall 9,000 feet above sea level. The anthropomorphic clay coffins are just 28 inches tall, indicating a potential children’s necropolis. Discovered in 2013. Bongará Province, Peru.


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