Significant cultural centers in consolidating all the

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-significant cultural centers in consolidating all the “5 components”: Tiwanaku- way up there in the highlands with a high elevation. Making monumental architecture to move stones and create platforms and focus points. 650-1000 a.d. they also have something very similar to the staff god. The same kinds of themes get re incorporated like mummification and iconography. But this staff god has only one headdress instead of a lot. It is certainly an important individual.
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-trade moves item and IDEAS around -region of Bolivia and Tiwanaku-one of the things that made this possible was RAISED FIELDS. Its such that raising a little platform of earth and isolating it, you get just enough of temperature gradient that you can extend growing season. Timing things really carefully in order to not suffer from freeze. This was also how you can feed a lot of people. -highland Bolivia is now a very poor region! compared to the glories of the past. What if you can take this ancient technology and re-develop it so that modern people can take advantage of this. They did some experiment to see if these can work again and started projects. This really did work! They gave tractors which was great but you need gas and oil and tires and maintenance. And no one has any of these skills and money! -you can re-create these ancient techniques you can’t re-create the society because they migrated into the cities to find work and not on the fields. -Inca culture-1476-1533-spanish march in and just like the Aztecs fell, the incas also fell at the Spanish conquest. They have this brief but great flouritity that brings coastal and highland zones together an used them to make an empire. Produced craft making inherited from others, used
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