Thetse ram water/ti um lonak ah thiamnak “Archaeology & Ancient World” hmangin thlaicin ei hmuhnak ram cu,

Vawlei cung ah Ti/water um lonak ah thiamnak sang “Archaeology & Ancient World” hmang in thlai cin khawh mi ram cu,

Vawlei cung ah min thang bik Ti/water dai chiahnak hmun Cantalloc Agueducts “Thing kawng” hydraulic tuahnak engineering riantuannak pakhat hlan lio, Nazca culture cu (200 AD – 700 AD) ah tuah cang mi, vawlei ah min thang bik hydraulic pakhat asi.

Nazca chak lei 4 km hlatnak ah um mi asi, Nazca hmun hma inTaruga le Las Trancas hrawng hna ah um mi siin, kan hmuh bantuk in Vawlei tang ah Water/ti chiahnak tidil 46 chung ah, 32 hna hi atu tiang hman khawh lio asi, kum 1,500 liam can ah khan hram thawk anrak ngeih cang mi asi.

Thil dang hna cu mah chung ah cheu khat hna hi atang lei athuknak hi 12 meters thuk mi hna asi, Slab stones lung hna le huarango trunks hna tuah ding construction ah san tlai ngai in hmannak line/lam 35 ‘puguios’ hmuh asi.

Mah lam ah cun ventilation shafts he tha tuk in tuah asi, water/ti tampi chiahnak ding ah, hman asi pin ah boruak tha a lut a chuahnak pipe/hri hna he tha tak in tuah le ven asi.

Hi thiamna technological le thiamnak sang hman ruang ah, Nazca hna hlan lio an umnak hna hi ramro ramcar hna cu, water/ti chiahnak tha ngai mi asi, Can sau ngai rua sur lo asi hmanh ah, vawlei tang ah chiah um mi water/ti hna cu hman khawh asi,

Atu ah hin mah water/ti chiahnak hmun cheu khat hna cu, cu khua ah um mi hna nih thlai cin nak caah hman asi, mah lio ah thlai an cin mi hna cu, Facang, Lapua, Pe, Bean, Alu le thil dang tampi san tlai ngai in cin khawh nak ah hman asi, Peru ram cu vawlei cung ah khuaruah har le thiamnak adang ngai mi cu, Tiluan nak, ti chiah nak Tidil cu min thang bik cem asi.

Archaeology and Ancient World, 

The Cantalloc Aqueducts are one of the most outstanding hydraulic engineering works in the world, built in the middle of the desert by the ancient Nazca culture (200 AD – 700 AD).

They are located 4 kilometers north from Nazca, in the valleys of Nazca, Taruga and Las Trancas. Of the 46 underground aqueducts found, 32 are still in operation today, something that began in the pre-Inca period 1,500 years ago.

In some cases, some of them run several kilometers below the surface to depths of up to 12 meters. Slab stones and huarango trunks were used for its construction, where along the route 35 “puquios” are observed, which are ventilation shafts with a spiral shape used for cleaning, conservation and water collection.

Thanks to their technological knowledge, the ancient inhabitants of Nazca managed to capture groundwater to irrigate the dry areas and combat the prolonged droughts. Nowadays, some of these aqueducts are used by local farmers for the sowing of corn, cotton, beans and potatoes. It is a unique irrigation system in Peru and perhaps in the world.