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you also have people’s face on these potteries. Because you later see their face again somewhat aging. You see how much craft and political skill are wrapped up in very ordinary things like pottery. People are not just making craft to survive but a lot of energy are needed into it. -“el nino” phenomenon: get these dramatic rains where these political places are organized. -you can track these things pretty precisely 562 a.d. – very difficult to recover from. You can compare it to modern times like hurricane Katrina in 2005 and Haiti. - but back then, there weren’t federal reserves to start all over. -moche was not the only cultural that was built up from textile and fishing. Other cultures like the Nazcas! -The nazca-has distinctive pottery and roads that are desert ground drawings on the dry rocky plains between the river tributaries called geoglyphs. 200-80 b.c. -Chan Chans-afte r moche 900-540 a.d. real urban center. 29,000 people. Don’t get a lot of rain. It’s the same after a thousand years later. Near the coast. -chans chan’s rival was wiped out by the “el nino” phenomenon in 1100 a.d. which enables chan chan to pick up the extra place with a good political leader. HIGHLANDS -have access to the same kind of things like potatoes, llamas, and corn. And they are pulling trade routes up to them. -what people have done to make a little flat space because they have a lot of mountains and valleys and surplus for trade. -terrace agriculture and all these little lines are used for trade. -llama is good pack animal and good for making sweaters and clothes and for stew and people in the highland region make use of.
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