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14C Dating of the Temple of the Monkey, Pachacamac, Peru Pyramid III-C (Temple of the Monkey) pertains to Type A. It is composed of 3 main parts (from north to south): 1. A rectangular patio with a central baffled entr ance and a narrow room on the one side and a lat-eral ramp on the other; 2. Unfortunately, the site is not very well preserved. Pachacamac offers fortresses, pyramids made out of adobe, renovated houses and tombs to see. The most iconic temples are Templo Viejo and Templo Pintado. It is possible to see the tombs of the Wari Empire ( AD – AD) in the Temple area of Pachacamac.


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