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Coastal Huari cultures produced textiles of the highest quality.
The Huari shared a religion and iconography with the Tiwanaku, but were socio-economically separate. Curiously though, at the same time, urban centers are starting to pop-up on the northern coast of Peru, at the sites of future cities such as Chan Chan, Pacatnamú, and others.
The kingdom of the Chimu, was the first mega-state in Peru, before the establishment of the Inca Empire.
Their ceramics, although less refined than those of Tiwanaku, stressed solid construction, bold design, and a rich use of colors.
Later, Huari was the center of a militaristic Empire that dominated much of the Peruvian highlands and coastal region during the early part of the Middle Horizon. For reasons unknown, Huari and its large urban centers like Cajamarquilla, collapsed at around 800 A. This marks the end of urban life in southern Peru - until the Inca arrive.