Western Andes

Border it extended towards the Valley of Huancabamba Oste incorporated in Peru and they perhaps batan Grande and Lambayeque. During Bagua relationship more closely was in North end dele with the sierra of Ecuador and Peruvian valleys. Towards the horizon half the Chachapoyas are closely related to Cajamarca (floral handwriting style). The role of the Chachapoyas must have been depending on intermediaries that would exert trade in Amazonian products given the existence of connections with the basin of the Huallaga and Ucayali. Westward one of their natural ways of connected them with the Valley of Cajamarca, Trujillo and other more distant as the sierra de Jaen and Huancabamba and the valleys of Lambayeque and Piura; way which would contact peoples of the Pacific and Amazon. Is likely that at some time ago (formative) Amazonian groups have been migrated to the coast of the Pacific, tramontando the Western Andes settling in valleys and coastline, giving name to places in their language. The issues raised would also be confirmed by the existence of some toponyms of the region of the East of the Valley of Cusibamba (territory of Bracamoros) as Tangoraca, Morocara, callanga and Palanda than by OS phonetic is link with piurans toponyms of Tangarara, Macacara, Putulanga (Sullana) and Palambla (Canchaque Huancabama) with everything we believe in first instance that our tangarara toponyms is not they carve not quechua, but it is a linguistic remnant Amazonian assimilated ethnic whole carving. 1 Sechura language according to the list of the Bishop Martinez de Companon.