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A surprising finding of ancient jars made a group of construction workers digging in a field to place the columns of a house, in the intersection of Colon and Husares streets, Huanchaco district, province of Trujillo (La Libertad).
As reported by the bricklayer Jorge Alegria, while conducting their work noticed a strange lump and began to withdraw all land to uncover a jar of regular proportions.
A few meters from the first discovery found another jar of major proportion, which unfortunately broke because the other workers were not aware of their presence when they dug three feet deep.
For locals, the finding would be of the colonial era or perhaps from an earlier era as chicha deposits appear to be used by the ancient huanchaqueros.
The age and provenance of the jars will be determined by specialists from the Regional Directorate of Culture.
Has caused surprise among district residents Motupe (Lambayeque region), the discovery of a series of archaeological remains, in circumstances where the excavations were developed for changing water pipe networks.
The incident took place in the block 2 Anteparra streets, in the heart of this town, and according to the version of the locals, they found two strange bones, one in fair condition, while the other was destroyed by a machine when opened trenches.