In pre-Hispanic Peru existed women of power that at death made their entry into another world carrying objects of gold, silver and beautiful fabrics worthy of his rank. The fame of these women was extended by different peoples, with unique characteristics.
For example “La señora de Cao”, wore dazzling embellishments that hooked into his face hiding his lips.
It is always said that the woman takes the place of tenderness. Both as a mother and dreams mate. However, for thousands and thousands of years, women elected from womb came to rule. This represented the political, religious and social development of their peoples. Within the main women are:
“La Señora de Cao”, the highest authority was political, religious society that kept a lot of respect for the gods and nature. His body was found tattooed spiders and snakes that protected in a magical way.
According contributions of chroniclers, “chankas” felt fear when faced Qori Chañan Kuka a woman who led a group of defenders of the sacred city of Cusco. His feats of strength frightened the attackers who seemed odd that a woman would be so terrible.