Cerro Sechin, an archaelogical site in Peru, was discovered in 1937. Shrouded in mystery, it’s still unclear who build it, but one thing is clear: it’s extremely morbid - the carved figures on the wall surrounding it show human sacrifice. The carvings show “warrior-priests” surrounded by dismembered bodies. There have been many interpretations of these carvings. One such interpretation is that of a battle scene which was carved into the stone to commemorate the victory. Another interpretation is that the site was an area for anatomical studies, hence the dismembered body parts and exposed organs.