| Mummy SO10-IX |
|[[File:<a href="https://www.researchgate.net/figure/45087307_fig1_Figure-1-Right-side-view-mummy-SO10-IX-Luis-Antonio-Buitrago"><img src="" alt="Figure 1. Right side view mummy SO10-IX (Luis Antonio Buitrago) "></a>.jpg|210px|]]|
|Age||30 +/- 5 years old|
|Date(s)||1300 AD and 1370 AD|
|Site||Right bank of the Chicamocha River|
|Location||Archaeology Museum of Sogamoso|
The Mummy SO10-IX is a mummy found in Sativanorte and currently resides in the Arachaeology Museum of Sogamoso. Mummy SO10-IX first analysis was in 2004 by a group of researchers from Pedagogical and Technological University of Colombia. The mummy was found unwrapped in flexion, in a fetal position, it had a missing upper left limb with the right lower limb missing parts. The body showed that it went through perforations caused by cadaveric fauna.
Through analysis of Mummy SO10-IX, it was said that it was a shaman, due to its perforated ears and that the shaman suffered from illnesses in the limbs. The mummy was cared for by the Muisca community.
Bio-anthropology and paleopathology of the SO10-IX Muisca mummy from Sátivanorte, Boyacá, Colombia (PDF Download Available). Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/45087307_Bio-anthropology_and_paleopathology_of_the_SO10-IX_Muisca_mummy_from_Sativanorte_Boyaca_Colombia [accessed Mar 16, 2017]