Señor de Sipán (Lord of Sipan)

The Lord of Sipán (El Señor de Sipán) is the the first of the magnificent Moche mummies found at Huaca Rajada archaeological site in Sipán, Peru, Lambayeque Department by local looters back in 1987. The studies correspond to the famous archaeologist Walter Alva. The site was discovered in 1987 and corresponds to the Moche culture.

This discovery is probbably one of the most important archaeological ones in South America in the last 30 years, because the main tomb was found intact and untouched.

The trip includes a visit to the In situ truncated pyramids and the "Tumbas Reales Museum" up in the city of Lambayeque where you can see an amazing display of the original jewellery of the Moche chiefs who were buried at the Sipan Pyramids.

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Moche culture bronce mask
"Moche culture bronce mask"

Tumbas Reales Museum in Lambayeque city
"Tumbas Reales Museum in Lambayeque city"

Huaca Rajada archaeological site where tumbs and mummies where found in 1987
"Huaca Rajada archaeological site where tumbs and mummies where found in 1987"

Lord of Sipan Tumb found in 1987 at the in situ Huaca Rajada pyramids
"Lord of Sipan Tumb found in 1987 at the in situ Huaca Rajada pyramids"

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