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Cultura invertirá S/.62 mlls. más para proteger el patrimonio

Cultura invertirá S/.62 mlls. más para proteger el patrimonio

Most of the Moche ceramics have been recovered from the major archaeological sites of Huaca de la Luna, Huaca del Sol, and Sipán, shown respectively from left to right.

Sex Pottery of Peru: Moche Ceramics Shed Light on Ancient Sexuality

Tipon Pikillacta, cusco peru, machupicchu, peru cuzco, machu picchu, cuzco

Tipon Pikillacta, cusco peru, machupicchu, peru cuzco, machu picchu, cuzco

La Cultura Mochica, destaca en sus cerámicas consideradas los mejores del Perú antiguo, así como su arquitectura plasmada en la Huaca del Sol y de la Luna

cahuachi-reconstruction map_nazca_cahuachi_ruins Cahuachi, in Peru, was a major ceremonial center of the Nazca culture

Caral=World Heritage Site: Peru: has 5,000 yr old city of pyramids in Peruvian desert, w its fussy complex of temples, an amphitheater & ordinary houses.The urban complex has area over 150 acres & it has plazas & residential buildings.Caral was an advanced metropolis at roughly the same time that Egypt's great pyramids were being constructed.

pre-ceramic Norte Chico culture was a complex pre-Columbian society in Peru, that included as many as 30 major population centers like Caral-Supe. Urbanization started near 3300 BC (radiocarbon work of Jonathan Haas et al.) and emphasized at 2700 BC

The richness of the burial site, as well as the presence of weapons, suggest that the woman might have been a high ranking priestess or even a Moche ruler, possibly governing what is now known as the Chicama District region of northern Peru.[3] Prior to this discovery, it was believed that only men held high rank in the Moche culture. The discovery of the Lady of Cao burial is compared with that of the Lord of Sipan in terms of important archeological discoveries relating to the Moche.

The richness of the burial site, as well as the presence of weapons, suggest that the woman might have been a high ranking priestess or even a Moche ruler, possibly governing what is now known as the Chicama District region of northern Peru.[3] Prior to this discovery, it was believed that only men held high rank in the Moche culture. The discovery of the Lady of Cao burial is compared with that of the Lord of Sipan in terms of important archeological discoveries relating to the Moche.

A rare, undisturbed royal tomb has been unearthed in Peru, revealing the graves of three Wari queens buried alongside gold and silver riches and possible human sacrifices. Though the surrounding site has been looted many times, this mausoleum has managed to evade grave robbers for hundreds of years, archaeologists say.

Amazingly Untouched Royal Tomb Found in Peru

Wari Lord: Photograph by Daniel Giannoni, With eyes wide open, a painted Wari lord stares out from the side of a ceramic flask found with the remains of a Wari queen.

Bottle with stirrup handle, from Chavin de Huantar archaeological site, Peru.

Bottle with stirrup handle, from Chavin de Huantar archaeological site, Peru.

LA ANTARA NAZCA En la cronología de la civilización andina, Nazca data 400 d. C. Prospera en la costa central del Perú actual y es conocida por sus geoglifos de grandes dimensiones en la pampa del Ingenio y en Palpa. Fueron descubiertos cuando los primeros aviones sobrevolaron esa zona. Fig. 03 Fig. 3: Antaras Nazca Otro campo que desarrollaron, fue la fabricación de flautas dean en cerámica. César Bolaños4 trata ampliamente este tem(718×324)

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