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Peruvian archaeologist Toribio Mejia Xesspe was the first to study and report the Nazca Lines in detail after coming across them, on foot, in 1927.
In the 1930s as air traffic in the area increased, the lines became better known, eventually attracting a steady stream of tourists.
This discovery lends support to the hypothesis that the earliest metalworking in the Andes was experimentation with native gold.
The presence of gold in a society of low-level food producers undergoing social and economic transformations coincident with the onset of sedentary life is an indicator of possible early social inequality and aggrandizing behavior and further shows that hereditary elites and a societal capacity to create significant agricultural surpluses are not requisite for the emergence of metalworking traditions.
Also depicted are plants, trees, flowers and oddly shaped fantastic figures.
Also illustrated are geometric motifs such as wavy lines, triangles, spirals and rectangles.
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Another idea is that the lines play a role in pilgrimage, with one walking across them to reach a sacred place such as Cahuachi and its adobe pyramids.
One of their largest settlements is Cahuachi, a place of ceremony that overlooks some of the lines.
It contains more than 40 mounds, including pyramids made of adobe.
The designs are believed to have had ritual astronomical functions. "Without reservation Greenpeace apologises to the people of Peru for the offence caused by our recent activity laying a message of hope at the site of the historic Nazca Lines," the organization said in a statement. Peru's World Heritage Sites have had a difficult year.
Tourists had also been stripping around the ancient grounds at Machu Picchu just for fun.
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Yet another idea is that the lines are connected with water, something vital to life yet hard to get in the desert, and may have played a part in water-based rituals.