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SQL query:

SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('MOVING INTO AND LIVING PERMANENTLY IN THE HIGHLANDS Although Lynch (1990) argued for a trans-altiplanic entry from north to south for the entry of humans into the Andean highlands, consensus has emerged that the earliest inhabitants&nbsp;of the highlands came from the Pacific littoral. Evidence for this is found in three sites:&nbsp;Quebrada Jaguay in southern Arequipa, Asana in the Rio Osmore drainage of Moquegua,&nbsp;and Acha-2 in northern Chile. At Quebrada Jaguay, Sandweiss et al. (1998) discovered&nbsp;that the inhabitants of this coastal site most probably made logistical (transhumant, in their&nbsp;terminology) forays into the highlands as early as 11,000-9500 BC and obtained obsidian&nbsp;from the Alca source, which is found at 2,850 masl. Aldenderfer (1998) has observed a&nbsp;similar pattern at Asana. The assemblages that pertain to the earliest occupation of the site&nbsp;(Puruma Phase, 9500-8900 BC) contain small quantities of coastal lithic raw materials, and&nbsp;I attri') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('MOVING INTO AND LIVING PERMANENTLY IN THE HIGHLANDS Although Lynch (1990) argued for a trans-altiplanic entry from north to south for the entry of humans into the Andean highlands, consensus has emerged that the earliest inhabitants&nbsp;of the highlands came from the Pacific littoral. Evidence for this is found in three sites:&nbsp;Quebrada Jaguay in southern Arequipa, Asana in the Rio Osmore drainage of Moquegua,&nbsp;and Acha-2 in northern Chile. At Quebrada Jaguay, Sandweiss et al. (1998) discovered&nbsp;that the inhabitants of this coastal site most probably made logistical (transhumant, in their&nbsp;terminology) forays into the highlands as early as 11,000-9500 BC and obtained obsidian&nbsp;from the Alca source, which is found at 2,850 masl. Aldenderfer (1998) has observed a&nbsp;similar pattern at Asana. The assemblages that pertain to the earliest occupation of the site&nbsp;(Puruma Phase, 9500-8900 BC) contain small quantities of coastal lithic raw materials, and&nbsp;I attri') AND id != 64161 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-08-23 00:01:10' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5