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VALDIVIA. PERIODO FORMATIVO. MAIN INFORMATION. OLDEST CULTURE OF AMERICA ARCHEOLOGIST: EMILIO ESTRADA WHERE? SANTA ELENA – REAL ALTO – LOMA ALTA MAIN ACTIVITIES: FISHING AND PLANTING (CORN). POTTERY. VENUS OF VALDIVIA. CHAIRS WITH ANIMAL OR HUMAN SHAPES. MAIN TRANSFORMATIONS.

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Valdivia

VALDIVIA

PERIODO FORMATIVO


Main information

MAIN INFORMATION

OLDEST CULTURE OF AMERICA

ARCHEOLOGIST: EMILIO ESTRADA

WHERE? SANTA ELENA – REAL ALTO – LOMA ALTA

MAIN ACTIVITIES: FISHING AND PLANTING (CORN)


Pottery

POTTERY

VENUS OF VALDIVIA

CHAIRS WITH ANIMAL OR HUMAN SHAPES


Main transformations

MAIN TRANSFORMATIONS


Shaman role

“SHAMAN” ROLE

CACTUS HUACHUMA O SAMPEDRITO

MULLO

AND PUTUTO

HE DESIGNED CALENDARS TO GUIDE AGRICULTURE

THEY ALSO GUIDED DAILY LIFE IN VALDIVIA AS THE WISEST IN THE COMMUNITY.

THEY WERE ALSO HEALERS BECAUSE THEY KNEW PLANTS BENEFITS.


Use a t chart to compare valdivian shaman s role and shaman s role today

Use a T chart to compare Valdivian Shaman’s role and Shaman’s role today


Cerro narrio vs machalilla

CERRO NARRIO VS. MACHALILLA


Cerro narrio and machalilla

CERRO NARRIO AND MACHALILLA

MACHALILLA

CERRO NARRIO


Machalilla craneal deformation

MACHALILLA CRANEAL DEFORMATION


Bibliography

BIBLIOGRAPHY

MORA, Enrique. “Historia del Ecuador I,” Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar, Quito, 2008


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