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Wa·ri

or Hua·ri  (wä′rē)
n.
A pre-Incan empire with links to the contemporaneous civilization at Tiahuanaco, developing around the 10th century in the Peruvian highlands and spreading to encompass more than half of modern-day Peru before collapsing around 1200.

[After Huari, the type archaeological site of Wari culture, located in south-central Peru.]
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