Inca mummies: Child sacrifice victims fed drugs and alcohol

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Mark Cartwright
by vidyoom
published on 14 June 2016

Tests on three mummies found in Argentina have shed new light on the Inca practice of child sacrifice.

Scientists have revealed that drugs and alcohol played a key part in the months and weeks leading up to the children's deaths.

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