301.20 - • Emphasis on duality Transition out of...

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301.20 The Pre-Ceramic and Early Initial Period 10/04/2008 11:02:00 Pre-Columbian Peru El Paraiso 220-1900 BCE Come in from front Fire hall Made of number of buildings and structures Kotosh  Excavated 1960s Highlands Rainfall agriculture being cultivated Hunting Domesticated animals Right male Left female Floor bench starts low, higher in forms La Galgada, North Mound Floor 30, preceramic Chamber tombs – used as burials
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Unformatted text preview: • Emphasis on duality Transition out of preceramic into initial period • Floor 13 • Floo comes out of floor into center or stairway Initial period cache • Bone needles • Shell pendants • Decorated ceramic, floor 19/21 Initial Period 2000-900 BCE • Initial introduction of ceramics • Most of Peruvian history measured by ceramics • 10/04/2008 11:02:00 • 10/04/2008 11:02:00 •...
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