The writings on this site are like the beggining of the solution of a jigsaw puzzle. There may be areas where the picture begins to emerge, a branch of the tree or some roots, but it is unlikely that you will perceive the whole tree. The picture is not ready to display, but you are welcome to browse through and see if you can discern any patterns.
Unlike a jigsaw there is no colourful image on the box lid to guide me, and so how the constituent pieces will eventually combine is still unknown. This site is the big scrubbed table where I am laying out the pieces.
Nevertheless for those that wish to poke around here, there are some clues. The numberings suggest how sections may combine, so that an important branch on the presence of llamas, or camelids, on the stones and in the history of the people’s here, is almost complete (08 – 09 – 10 – 11).
As is Tumis and Tupus (14 – 15 – 16 – 17 – 18)
The central coast history and rock art are described around Cañete (20 – 21 – 22)
And the rocks of Huancor (26 – 27)
There is a first introduction to the remarkable sixteenth century origin stories of The Huarochiri Manuscript (28)
Followed by the story of Calango (53 – 54 – 55)
And closer to Lima, the lower Lurin Valley (99)
And some bits and pieces which arevrelevant but not consecutive (35 – 36 – 38)