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Great Andean civilizations
Aqueducts(acueducto): a structure like a bridge for carrying water across land in pipes or an open channel
Shaman(chamán): Person with knowledge about medicine and other knowledge that fulfills a ritual function in the community.
Tuber(tubérculo): a swollen underground stem or root of a plant from which new plants can grow, as in the potato
Wool(lana): the soft, thick hair that grows on the bodies of sheep and some other animals:
Hillsides (ladera): the sloping surface of a hill, rather than the level surface at the top of it
Bark(corteza): the hard outer covering of a tree
Ponds(estanque): an area of water smaller than a lake, often artificially made
Passageways(pasadizo): a covered path that connects places:
Melt(derretir): to change something from solid to liquid by heating
They had many foods including corn and potatoes that were not known in Mesopotamia
They had llamas and alpacas that gave them wool and meat.
They used the digging stick and the "taclla" (standing Andean plow).
Consolidated from the 1st to the 6th century on the southern coast of Peru and also
Era una cultura guerrera. Mutilaron a sus prisioneros.
Como ritual chamánico y basado en la alineación astronómica, hicieron.
They used bronze coins "hachitas".
Picture taken from: Chimu Blogs
Their constructions became extraordinary as attested by CHANCHAN, the largest prehistoric city of the world that still subsist and that would have reached 30,000 inhabitants.
The Chimu civilization was defeated by the Incas. When the Spanish came they city had been abandoned by the Spanish