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Fig. 1: Semi-subterranean temple at eastern end of municipal lot looking to north (Bray and Echeverría 2008–2009)

Fig. 1: Semi-subterranean temple at eastern end of municipal lot looking to north (Bray and Echeverría 2008–2009)

Fig. 1: Semi-subterranean temple comprising central feature of religious-ceremonial precinct of Inca-Caranqui at eastern end of municipal lot looking to north. Note the two separate flooring episodes in evidence, the baffled, step-down entryways in NE and NW corners of temple (mirroring the SE and SW corners), and the covered exit canal located at center-east side of floor (right side of photo). The large void at the north end of floor was found as is in the 2006 excavations and may represent a Colonial period removal event.

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2011/12/06 02:45:00 US/Eastern