Peruvian Middle Horizon
The Peruvian Middle Horizon period was a period of great political and cultural unity in the region. The Wari culture expanded throughout much of the Peruvian territory, and its influence was felt in other cultures such as the Tiwanaku culture and the Moche culture. The Wari developed agriculture and herding on a large scale. They also built cities and temples. Your Peruvian ancestors of the Middle Horizon may have been farmers, herders, artisans, or merchants. They may also have been priests or warriors. Whatever the case, your Peruvian ancestors of the Middle Horizon were resilient and ingenious people who managed to adapt to the changes and challenges of their time.