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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. Variant of Wari.

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Examples

  • It combines design elements of two Andean regions – those of the Moche coastal peoples and the Huari highland peoples of Peru.

    'Infinity Of Nations' Exhibit Opening At The National Museum Of The American Indian

  • A brightly colored Moche Huari tunic, featuring anthropomorphic deities, dates to 500 to 700 A.D. and is one of many examples in the show of that interconnection.

    'Infinity Of Nations' Exhibit Opening At The National Museum Of The American Indian

  • While the horned dancers who make up la diablada - the devil's dance - purportedly represent the Christian Satan, the tradition dates directly back to the worship of Huari, a pre-Columbian god of the underworld who jealously protected his mineral wealth and demanded elaborate ceremonies.

    Nathaniel Loewentheil: Deviled Dancers, Drunken Pilgrimages and the Magic of Bolivia's Carnaval

  • (Chavin, Huari, Caral, Moche, Tiahuanaco, Inka, etc.) in Peru and in other places deserve admiration or whatever you want to call it, judging them by the standards of 4000 yrs ago or more.

    Peru Update

  • I was lucky that during the few days that i was there, the folks of Huari were celebrating an annual festival

    Travels in Peru and Bolivia

  • Some more beach pictures, before going to Huari i was at the beach in Peru for about a week with a group of other former Bolivia Volunteers below is my Ms November shot.

    Travels in Peru and Bolivia

  • Now we continue to work backwards, the next photos are from the beginning of PCT when i went with Tiffany to her old site, Huari, to explore some of the Altiplano, her site sits on the edge of lake Popo, at about 12,000 feet!

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • These are the salt flats that surround the Lake, a short drive from Huari.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • Large numbers of people come to the museum every year to see what they assume are legitimately acquired, authentic artifacts from the Paracas, Chavín, Nazca, Moche, Huari, and Inca cultures, among others.

    All That Glitters...

  • Ccapac Huari, and they sent to assemble all the other relations on his behalf.

    History of the Incas

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