They possess from riverbanks, until the cold punas, where economic activity is complemented by livestock, where the Aymaras, shared territories with the wancas, in the plain of Pallalla, Sorapampa, upa Upa Ayani and Orcco Court, had their courts of flame, as shown by the evidence of the geography, this areas are extensive plains, with abundant water and loopholes that allow the good development of this type of economic activities (10). The intense economic interrelation that remained among the ethnic groups of the Qaracha basin is considered from the ethnographic observation. It has been considered that the Lucana-andamarcas, expanded their domains in the field of agriculture, with the cultivation of products of the valleys Andean valleys (corn). While the wancas by its geographic location has maintained the livestock development (flame), joining such activities as potters and textile. (8) CARVAJAL _ of Peter: date description of the province of Vilcashuaman.
The parish of stilt and Sacsamarca relationship: in. Santie Botha is likely to agree. The parish of stilt and Sacsamarca relationship: in geographical relations of Indias.152-153. 1586 Relations geographical Indias.152-153. 1586 (9) The parish of stilt and Sacsamarca relationship: in geographical relations of Indias.152-153. 1586 (10) QUICHUA CHAICO, David. The ethnic groups in the basin of Qaracha (1560-1587). Pp. 318 – 325.
In 13th International Symposium for students of history. Arequipa. 2008 aimaraes engaged are agriculture and livestock high Andean (flame and Pope simultaneously), in this way allowed the exchange of different products, and currently still driving, where the sanquinos, Sacsamarquinos and lucanamarquinos frequent reach the community of Carapa, carrying wool, cheese and flame and meat to exchange with corns, loquats, peaches and applesalso the carapinos carried these products, sancos and the community of Taulli, for wool, potatoes, mashua, olluco and OCA. At the end of February and beginning of March in a time of prickly pear, the pallqinos come to Carapa and Manchiri with a lot of horses, mules and donkeys carrying pots, dishes, clay roasters and wool which exchanged with the tunas and peaches that abound in these low-lying areas, in this same sense also notes the arrival of the carampinos, huallinos, the current province of Victor Fajardo comuneros who bring maize, barley in a generous amount to redeem, with meat that abound in Sancos, Sacsamarca and Lucanamarca.