_ (1) File COFOPRI, title of Sarhua. Fol.57.58. 69-80.1643. The community of Huancasancos titles. T. XIV.
Fol.39.1608. Sacsamarca Tirulos. Fol. 3-5. 1636 Titles of Lucanamarca.
Fol. 59.1671. (2) File COFOPRI, Carapa binder: land dispute between communities. Fol.3-5 1586. Manchiri Fol.22 titles. 1619 Titles of Division of lands of Santiago de Lucanamarca, Carapa and Guambo peoples. Fol. 12. 1551 Taulli titles. Fol. 3. 1569 (3) File COFOPRI. Title of Manchiri. Fol. 23. 1619 Taulli title. Fol. 3. 1569 (4) File COFOPRI, Carapa binder: land dispute between communities. Fol.3-5 1586. Manchiri titles. Fol.22. 1619. (5) File COFOPRI. Carapa title: land dispute between communities. 1586 Fol. 3. (6) File COFOPRI. Carapa title: land dispute between communities. 1586 Fol. 5. (7) File COFOPRI. Historical documents of Carapa. Conflict over land with the community of Sacsamarca. 1590 Fol. 12-13. The wancas inhabited the area high Andean basin where stands his ranching activities, by its vast pampas, mojadales, frigid lands where these peoples have for their livelihoods and service domestic land (flames) guanacos and vicunas and vizcachas Rams (8) and in the plain of Pallalla, Sorapampa, upa Upa, Ayani, Palpa, Urcco Court, Surihuaquiro kept raising numerous llamas and alpacas in sancos where there were important centers where they were livestock and pastoralists of the incathey still retain evidence archaeological, where there was a set of channels, debris from houses on the site of waranqa Court, which was communicated by a road linking to Huancavelica, Vilcashuaman and Cuzco. Therefore this ethnic group enjoyed certain privilege (Gonzalez 1982). On the other hand his agricultural activity was scarce, despite developing in the vicinity of the Qaracha basin, in these parts the River presents few agricultural open spaces, taking grains and seeds of maize, potatoes, geese, ollucos and quinoa, and this only sparingly for being cold Earth (9) the aimaraes are characterized by agricultural activity in production exclusively potato, ulluco, mashua, oca, quinoa and achita, local products, which stand out for the fertility of its soil only for these products, and even at the limit, with the route of the Qaracha have no domain of extensive corn lands, so that the river becomes narrower, flowing between the large buttresses, increasing their flows.