A Nazca skull with long braids Hair still attached to its own skull, measures 2800 mm (2.80m.) in length, possibly belonged to a priestess of approximately 50 years and whose age is 2,200 years (200 BC).
Around 200 BC, only the nuns had the highest virtue and they were responsible for nurturing their hair, when they reached a certain length they would be chosen as sacrifices.
At that time, people lived by faith in God. Whenever there is a shortage of water, the crops fail, they will choose the girls with the best virtue to bring to the gods.
One of those girls with good virtue will be the one who is pure and has long hair that reaches the ground.
They will bury them alive in a stone chest.
Today, archaeologists have found a few remains with hair attached to the skull despite thousands of years.
This skull is currently in the National Museum of India, this is one of the breakthroughs in the search for remains and ruins of the past.
Currently, the excavation is still going on, after publicly posting on social networks from many countries to visit this specimen.