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Áspero Site (Peru)

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Geographic headingÁspero Site (Peru)
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Geographic subdivision usagePeru--Áspero Site
See alsoPeru--Antiquities
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Found inWork cat: Shady, Ruth. Historia recuperada de Áspero, ciudad pesquera de la civilización Caral, 2014: title page (Áspero) page 5 (the oldest references to the archaeological complex of Áspero, now identified as the "Ciudad Pesquera de la Civilización Caral," are by Max Uhle (1905) and Julio C. Tello (1927); located in the district of Supe Puerto in the province of Barranca, Lima)
Wikipedia (Spanish), Mar. 26, 2015 (Áspero; called also El Áspero; archaeological complex located near the mouth of the Supe river, to the south of Supe Puerto, on the central coast of Peru; it pertains to the Late Archaic period, 3000 to 1800 B.C.
Villacorta O., L.F. The cultures of ancient Peru, c2009: p. 29 (Áspero appears on a map of the main archaeological sites of the Late Archaic period)
Arqueología del Perú website, Mar. 26, 2015: Sitio Arqueológico del Áspero--Supe Puerto, la ciudad pesquera de la civilización Caral page (the archaeological complex Áspero)
Not found inLarousse encyclopedia of archaeology, 1972; Hardoy, J.E. Pre-Columbian cities, 1973; Whitehouse, D. Archaeological atlas of the world, 1975.