During archaeological survey work in the Archaeological Park of Saqsayhuaman by the Departmental of Archeology of Cusco, through the archaeologist Alfredo Valencia, approximately 300 fragments of microsculptures were evidenced specifically at the foot of a wall located towards the north of the Saqsayhuaman

The approximate height of these fragments are between 1 to 2.5 cm high and the materials used for their elaboration were crystallized hyaline quartz, calcite, crisocola, mineralized oysters, limestone, serpentine talc among others (Barreda and Valencia, 1999).


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