In the district of Mesones Muro (Lambayeque), ramps were found as part of a ceremonial plaza that connects with 18 other huacas. It would be the seat of the kingdom of Nor, a grandson of Naylamp, founder of Sican culture.
After five months of research, a group of archaeologists discovered an important circuit pyramidal platforms and adobe structures with more than 1375 years old, which would represent an important archaeological complex of the Lambayeque culture.
It's "Luya Archaeological Complex" located at the foot of the slopes of the hill of the same name in the district of Tuman, more than 17 kilometers from the city of Chiclayo. There they found 20 pyramidal mounds made of mud walls and filled with sand and stone, natural sand 19 terraces, possibly used as cemeteries, consisting of 10 platforms small walls and raised floors. In addition, artificial terraces made of stone and earth to access its steep slopes of the hill.
The archaeologist Jorge Montenegro Cabrejo explains that this hill was first seen in 1990, but never deepened their research to find the platforms through excavations.
"The land is 90 acres, and has long been abandoned and looted by villagers, we detected highly fragmented pottery would reveal the existence of valuable remains on these platforms, we have financial constraints, but it can progress to date warn other discoveries "he said.
He said the project through his excavations has been documenting the construction techniques that people of the Lambayeque culture of this part of the valley made. Also found in the central part of the site (probably administrative area, religious and ceremonial) was built a square defined by walls and ramps made of adobe.