Carnaval de Tambobamba

Carnaval de Tambobamba

miércoles, 3 de noviembre de 2010

PUCARA CULTURE


This culture represents the southernmost of training first responders, which shows the oldest cultures in the area (proto Tiawanako) submerged remnants of ancient floods (hardened mud).

Its headquarters was located northwest of Lake Titicaca, between Ayaviri and Azangaro in the district of Pucara, Lampa Province in the Puno region. The main area of domain, was the plateau of Collao, around the 3,700 meters.

Its area of influence extended 500 kilometers west of the lake and several miles along the east side. Culture was another buffer or "bridge" between Chavin and Tiahuanaco.
This culture was the first to master the systems and methods of agriculture and livestock in height. Their diet was based on root vegetables, goose, mashua, potatoes and corn, the latter to a lesser extent, which occurred in Sunni areas and heights.

The basis of its economy, was the breeding of llamas, vicuna, llama, alpaca and guanaco.
Pucara kings conquered west to the Pacific Ocean, to stock up on food from other ecological zones, "the Pacific Ocean fish stocked."

Pucara, builds its stone buildings, exceeding the cut lithic (shape, polish and connection of the rocks, beams, cornices and columns), teachers of Chavin de Huantar.
Huántar parallel to Chavin were developed cultures, achieving such development in some ways exceeded the Chavin definitely around 500 BC, Chavin de Huantar lost its hegemony.

At that time, the Pucara in Paracas ceramics and textiles, exported products of better quality than the Chavin. Having achieved this, these people became more confident and were able to become independent and "fell off Chavin obedience to the state and outside the administration."

By gradually petering Chavin influence in their artistic and technical, the subject decreased markedly ideological terror.
Other regional cultures appeared to be expanding its boundaries were expanded even wars were defended.

Thus Huántar Chavin, loses its importance and gradually grow in importance other cultures of the coast and mountains of Peru, to develop independently, in subsequent years and become independent cultures.
Source: (wikipedia)

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