Marayniyuq

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Marayniyuq
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View of Marayniyuq
Location Ayacucho Region, Peru
Region Andes
History
Cultures Wari

Marayniyuq (Quechua maran, maray batan or grindstone, maray to tear down, to knock down, [1][2] -ni, -yuq suffixes, "the one with the grind stone") is an archaeological site in the Ayacucho Region in Peru. It lies southeast of the town Huanta and southwest of Huamanguilla, at the border of the Huanta Province, Huamanguilla District and the Huamanga Province, Pacaycasa District in a plain called Vega Pampa. Marayniyuq is regarded to be a Wari site.[3][4]

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  1. ^ Teofilo Laime Ajacopa, Diccionario Bilingüe Iskay simipi yuyayk'ancha, La Paz, 2007 (Quechua-Spanish dictionary): maray, urmachiy, wikapay, taqmay, thuñichiy, thunichiy. - tr. Derribar. Echar abajo, tirar al suelo. maray - tr. Abatir. Derribar, tumbar. Hacer que baje una cosa que antes tenía la posición vertical. maran - s. Batán, piedra grande y plana sobre la que se muelen cereales u otros productos con el molejón de manos en forma de media luna.
  2. ^ babylon.com/quechua/maray/
  3. ^ Lidio M. Valdez, Ernesto Valdez, Katrina J. Bettcher, Cirilo Vivanco, Marayniyoq, un establecimiento Wari en el Valle de Ayacucho, Peru, Boletin de Arqueología puep, N.o 4, 2000, 549-564
  4. ^ esmiperu.blogspot "Las Estructuras Mortuorias de Marayniyoq (Ayacucho)" (in Spanish)