Moche


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Mo·che

 (mō′chā, -chĕ) also Mo·chi·ca (mō-chē′kə)
n. pl. Moche or Mo·ches or Mochica or Mo·chi·cas
1. A pre-Incan civilization that flourished on the northern coast of Peru from about the first to eighth centuries ad, known especially for its pottery vessels modeled into naturalistic human and animal figures.
2. A member of a people sharing the Moche culture.
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After a meeting at the construction site and with the PSI-Minagri as an intermediary, the directors of the Moche Minor Hydraulic Sector Users Board handed over their land to the consortium to make the project execution possible.
"Pedimos dialogo, nada mas, el presidente esta equivocado de que todas las organizaciones son iguales, que son corruptas, que todos queremos moche, eso es mentira, lo hemos comprobado", manifesto el dirigente en entrevista con Notimex.
Moved by a CCTV video recording, businessman Yakoob Mubarak decided to help Victor Angulo, a twelve-year-old boy who lives in Moche, a city in northern Peru.
La conference, presidee par le chef du gouvernement a vu la presence du ministre du Tourisme, du Grand Rabbin de Tunisie, du president de la communaute juive en Tunisie, et du vice-president de la Conference des rabbins europeens, Lewin Moche. " La Tunisie et plus specifiquement Djerba est un exemple exceptionnelle de vivre-ensemble " a declare Moche, considerant dans ce sens la participation du chef du gouvernement aux festivites des juifs a la Ghriba comme un message fort de tolerance, de respect et de vivre ensemble.
No habia datos puntuales sobre los montos exactos del moche, razon por la cual se opto por esperar el mayor tiempo para ver que empresas eran las que bajaban sus precios.
Application of a dynamic model to determine the contamination and removal of heavy metals from the Moche River-Santa Catalina Valley
Moche Lamar Greer appeals from a judgment of conviction, entered upon a jury's verdict, on one count of first-degree reckless homicide.
The discovery of the peoples and civilizations of the past is presented in vivid detail, from the Hittites and Minoans to the Inca, Aztec, and Moche. Along the way, the book addresses the questions archaeologists are asked most often: How do you know where to dig?
LIMA: Archaeologists have discovered two chambers used for political ceremonies on Peru's desert coast more than 1,500 years ago that had previously only been glimpsed in the illustrations of the ancient Moche people, an archaeologist said on Monday.The finding, at the ruins of the Limon archaeological complex in the region of Lambayeque, will provide key clues to understanding the Moche's political life before the desert society's sudden decline, said lead archaeologist Walter Alva.
(TAP) - Archaeologists have discovered two chambers used for political ceremonies on Peru's desert coast more than 1,500 years ago that had previously only been glimpsed in the illustrations of the ancient Moche people, an archaeologist said on Monday.
Estudia tres campinas en La Libertad: la campina de Moche, Chicama y Jequetepeque; ademas de las campinas de Chira y Tambogrande en el alto Piura.
A fin de responder a esta cuestion, que representa un importante desafio en la conservacion de la integridad y el respeto de la perpetuidad de los sitios arqueologicos, estudiamos segun un enfoque de ciencias de la educacion y de la museologia, los diferentes registros de mediacion de la arqueologia en tres exposiciones de museos de sitio, de los cuales dos se situan en Peru (Chan Chan y Huacas de Moche) y uno en Mexico (Templo Mayor).