Pachacamac

Pa`cha·ca·mac' noun A divinity worshiped by the ancient Peruvians as the creator of the universe.
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Pachacamac

• (n.) A divinity worshiped by the ancient Peruvians as the creator of the universe.
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Pachacamac

creator deity worshipped by the pre-Inca maritime population of Peru; it was also the name of a pilgrimage site in the Lurín Valley (south of Lima) ...
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Pachacamac

large pre-Columbian ruin located in the Lurin Valley on the central coast of present-day Peru. The earliest major occupation and construction of ... [2 related articles]
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Pachacamac

Pachacamac (pä"chäkämäk') , ruins of a walled Native American settlement, Peru, about 25 mi (40 km) SE of Lima in the Lurin Valley. This site, which contains a number of pyramids, was considered one of the most important religious monuments by the indigenous people of the...
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Pachacamac

In Inca mythology, Pachacamac was a son of Inti and a rival of his brother Viracocha. He was the god of fish and the creator of the universe.
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Pachacamac

The temple of Pachacamac is an archaeological site 40 km southeast of Lima, Peru in the Valley of the Lurín River. Most of the common buildings and temples were built c. 800-1450 CE, shortly before the arrival and conquest by the Inca Empire. To date, several pyramids have been uncovered; archaeologists have identified at least 17 pyramids (many ...
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