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Burning down the brewery: establishing and evacuating an ancient imperial colony at Cerro Baul, Peru.
- M. Moseley, D. Nash, P. R. Williams, S. deFrance, Ana Miranda, Mario Ruales
- HistoryProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 29 November 2005
The state-sponsored Wari incursion, described here, entailed large-scale agrarian reclamation to sustain the occupation of two hills and the adjacent high mesa of Cerro Baúl and final evacuation of theBaúl enclave was accompanied by elaborate ceremonies.
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