In a passage behind the “water mirrors” (recinto de espejos de agua), researchers at the Ministry of Culture have revealed a stone paved floor and, at one of its corners, a vessel that would have been used to make offerings.
“It seems that all the [found]fragments are part of the same vessel. At first glance [it is]a type of pot with a pointed base. When an offering was made, a ritual burning was performed, which is also evidenced in the lithic remains,” José Bastante, one of the archaeologists in charge of the research, told El Comercio.
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