Lucuma is a fruit native to the Andean valleys of Peru. Archaeological investigations place their domestication in the inter-Andean valleys of the pre-Inca villages, where the consumption of their fruit and the use of their wood are extensively documented in the pictorial representations of Native American natives. The oldest of these date from the 8th millennium BC. c., in the Callejón de Huaylas in Ancash, Peru. [Citation needed] The Moche culture represented lucuma in ceramics, as part of its fascination with agricultural products. Its wood was used for the construction of the Pachacamac sanctuary, where in 1938 a log of singular dimensions carved as a totemic figure was found.
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