miércoles, 3 de noviembre de 2010
300 B.C. up to 600 D.C.
This culture was developed in the valleys of the Chillon, Rimac and Lurin. From the north came to the Chancay River valley and south to the Mala valley, west borders the Pacific Ocean and east to the foothills of the Andes "beyond Santa Eulalia" .
After the decline of Chavín de Huantar, the village communities of the central coast of Peru, are developed in three stages to be conquered by the Wari.
These three stages are called "Boza Showers," "Playa Grande" and "Maranga-Cajamarquilla-Nievería. These stages are distinguished primarily by their pottery, less developed than in the last stage.
The palaces and shrines, they become urban centers, are made of cotton and wool of llamas.
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