Ero sivun ”Gallinazon kulttuuri” versioiden välillä

912 merkkiä lisätty ,  14 vuotta sitten
ei muokkausyhteenvetoa
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Principal I cultivate they were: corn, beans, lagenarias, yucca, cotton, green pepper, lúcumo and other fruit trees. They were complementing the previous thing with a fishing industry, which dried products were exchanging them with other Andean peoples
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Mochica joka sijaitsi Chicamajoen laakson Cuencessa 100 jaa, valtasi Virujoen laakson noin 300 jaa.
 
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n Marajó Island (15,000 square miles) in the mouth of the Amazon, which is more savanna than tropical forest (Roosevelt 1989, 1991) platform mounds and polychrome pottery indicate a 1000-year occupation by sociopolitically complex farmers between 400 B.C. - A.D. 1300. The mounds elevated houses during flood season, and some were even higher, possibly for defense (today they are called fortalezas ) fortifications). There are some 400 mounds, 10-20 feet high, 6-7 acres, with the tallest being 65 feet high and 12 acres in extent, and the largest grouping being 40 mounds. They are arranged in several centers which had houses of wattle and daub with baked clay hearths. There are lots more smaller sites along the rivers without artificially mounded elevation. Work by geographer William Denevan and many Brazilians and other archaeologists
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