Ancient Moche mural decoration from the archaeological complex of El Brujo, Peru! Located just north of Trujillo, Huaca El Brujo and Huaca Cao Viejo (both part of the complex) were constructed by the Moche culture during the first six centuries of the common era. (Excavations also revealed the burial of the “Señora de Cao,” the first known Governess in Peru.) SPI’s question: How can we utilize cultural heritage sites like these to help local communities in need?
Many thanks to John Crary for the photograph!