PERU (INTELLIHUB) — The City of Wari was built by the Wari civilization a little more than 1500-years-ago and its remnants contain evidence of an ancient culture which predated the Wari that used high technology in their construction.
Archeologist Brian Forester says that some type of advanced machinery was likely used to cut massive basalt slabs which make up several old structures in the area.
The seasoned pro believes the Wadi “found and utilized” what was already there and built upon it.
The House of the Hard Stone is one of the most interesting artifacts on site which Forester explains would have required “diamond technology” to cut.
Forester speculates the slabs predate a cataclysm which may have occurred some 12,000-years-ago and maintains that the population of the city during the Wadi period is estimated to be around 30,000 people at its peak.
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