Lord of Sipan, dressed as Moon God, receives gifts (Stromus shell, jewelry, feather ornaments, fancy ceramics and textiles. The "presentation" includes a human sacrifice. Moche, North Coast, Peru, ca. AD 300-400. by coricancha.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt
Incan terraces. After building the terrace's shape, the Incas then constructed systems of canals and aqueducts to provide the terraces with constant water, increasing the land's fertility. The ancient Incan's terracing techniques were so successful that modern Peruvian farmers still employ them in their farms today.