Opening up the archaeological site, evidence shows that the complex belonged to people believed to stem from God Naylamp. He is considered the founder of the Lambayeque civilization that in the 8th century BC had inherited a dilapidated Moche culture, announced "National Geographic".
The temple complex is now evidence that the heirs of God Naylamp existed.
Lambayeque advanced culture has been known for their high skills in the field of irrigation. Irrigation means to transport water by artificial means to places where it is scarce or missing.
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