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“Exploiting an inexhaustible water supply throughout the year the puquio system contributed to an intensive agriculture of the valleys in one of the most arid places in the world.” A series of canals brought the water, trapped underground, to the areas where it was needed; anything left was stored in surface reservoirs.To help keep it moving, chimneys were excavated above the canals in the shape of corkscrewing funnels.

The holes are from the Nasca region of Peru – an area famous for the Nasca lines, several enormous geometric images carved into the landscape; immaculate archaeological evidence of ceremonial burials; and the rapid decline of this once flourishing society.The origin of the puquios has remained a mystery to researchers because it was not possible to use traditional carbon dating techniques on the tunnels.Nor did the Nasca leave any clues as to their origin.Like many other South American cultures they had no writing system.Their existence tells us something remarkable about the people who lived in the Nasca region from before 1,000 BC to AD750.At the end of each episode, the daters will each pick the one person they connected with the best to be their keeper and stay on the island.

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