You can post your profile, use advanced search, send and receive messages absolutely free. Meet thousands of local Peru singles, as the worlds largest dating site we make dating in Peru easy!Those objective findings were nevertheless seen as impossible - far too old with "what was known" and hence not accepted. Even though Caral was discovered in 1905, it was quickly forgotten as the site rendered no gold or even ceramics.
The ancient pyramids of Caral predate the Inca civilisation by 4000 years, but were flourishing a century before the pyramids of Gizeh.No surprise therefore that they have been identified as the most important archaeological discovery since the discovery of Machu Picchu in 1911.The largest pyramid of Peru was terraced with a staircase leading up to an atrium-like platform, culminating in a flattened top housing enclosed rooms and a ceremonial fire pit.All pyramids were built in one or two phases, which means that there was a definitive plan in erecting these monuments.The first full-scale archaeological investigation of the region took place in 1941 in Aspero, when Gordon R. Corbert of Harvard investigated a salt marsh at the mouth of the Supe.
They found a big trash heap and a multiroomed building with no pottery and a few maize cobs under the pounded clay floor.
Dating to 2600 BC, it pushed back the date for the “first town” with one millennium.
What is even more intriguing, is that the town of Caral has pyramids, contemporary with the Egyptian Pyramid Era.
They were catalogued as "natural eminences of sand".
Thirty years later, Willey, in the company of Michael E.
Together, they have found a 150-acre array of earthworks, which includes six large platform mounds, one twenty metres high and more than one hundred on a side.