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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('INTERACTIONS WITH OTHER REGIONS Ethnohistoric sources suggest that the Chimu Empire extended its control to far northern Peru, including Tumbes (Rowe 1948). The resources of far northern Peru and southern&nbsp;Ecuador were of interest to the Chimu, as indicated by the large quantities of Spondylus&nbsp;shells, beads, and other ornaments commonly found in Chimu sites (Cordy-Collins 1990;&nbsp;Hocquenghem 1993; Hocquenghem and Pena Ruiz 1994; Marcos 1977-78, Marcos and&nbsp;Norton 1984; Paulsen 1974; Pillsbury 1996). More than exotic items, Spondylus and Strombus&nbsp;shells were key elements in Chimu ceremonies and funerary rituals.\n \nCurrent archaeological evidence indicates that Chimu influence was indirect in the Tumbes region, operating via exchange, perhaps commercial or between elites, including&nbsp;Spondylus shell and artifacts (Moore et al. 1997). Hocquenhem (1993:713) suggested that&nbsp;the Chimu incorporated the Tumbes region into its territory, and Theresa Topic (1990:&nbsp') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('INTERACTIONS WITH OTHER REGIONS Ethnohistoric sources suggest that the Chimu Empire extended its control to far northern Peru, including Tumbes (Rowe 1948). The resources of far northern Peru and southern&nbsp;Ecuador were of interest to the Chimu, as indicated by the large quantities of Spondylus&nbsp;shells, beads, and other ornaments commonly found in Chimu sites (Cordy-Collins 1990;&nbsp;Hocquenghem 1993; Hocquenghem and Pena Ruiz 1994; Marcos 1977-78, Marcos and&nbsp;Norton 1984; Paulsen 1974; Pillsbury 1996). More than exotic items, Spondylus and Strombus&nbsp;shells were key elements in Chimu ceremonies and funerary rituals.\n \nCurrent archaeological evidence indicates that Chimu influence was indirect in the Tumbes region, operating via exchange, perhaps commercial or between elites, including&nbsp;Spondylus shell and artifacts (Moore et al. 1997). Hocquenhem (1993:713) suggested that&nbsp;the Chimu incorporated the Tumbes region into its territory, and Theresa Topic (1990:&nbsp') AND id != 52867 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-04-21 20:16:09' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5