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Name: Professor: Course: Date: Peruvian Pre-Columbian Period: The Culture in a Ceramic Pot In the Peruvian territory the earliest evidences of existence of human forms have been traced back to as early as around 9000 BC. Their form of livelihood was agriculture that employed methods such as irrigation and terracing. These are the Andean societies; which is a patchwork of different cultures that developed through interaction and intermarriages between Andes of Columbia and Argentina and the coastal deserts of Peru. Archeologists have established that the Andean people thrived on the coast of the pacific. Though the climatic conditions were harsh the indigenous people cultivated a variety of crops. Some of the crops are used worldwide today as food. The inhabitants practiced architecture textile weaving modelling and some unique characteristics as observed in the a lot from them and simply signifies improvements of their pottery. References Braun Barbara. "Paul Gauguin's Indian Identity: How Ancient Peruvian Pottery Inspired His Art." Art History vol. 9 Mar. 1986 pp. 36-54. EBSCOhost login.ezproxy.langara.bc.ca/login?url=https://search-ebscohost- com.ezproxy.langara.bc.ca/login.aspx?direct=true&db=aft&AN=505426226&site=ehost- live&scope=site Kangas Matthew. "Ceramics in Peru." Ceramics: Art & Perception no. 98 Dec. 2014 pp. 3-7. EBSCOhost login.ezproxy.langara.bc.ca/login?url=https://search-ebscohost- com.ezproxy.langara.bc.ca/login.aspx?direct=true&db=aft&AN=100567079&site=ehost- live&scope=site. Keatinge Richard W. and Geoffrey W. Conrad. "Imperialist expansion in Peruvian prehistory: Chimu administration of a conquered territory." Journal of Field Archaeology 10.3 (1983): 255-283. Keatinge Richard W. and Kent C. Day. "Socio-economic organization of the Moche Valley Peru during the Chimu occupation of Chan Chan." Journal of Anthropological Research 29.4 (1973): 275-295. Tschauner Hartmut and University Harvard. Socioeconomic and Political Organization in the Late Prehispanic Lambayeque Sphere Northern North Coast of Peru. Dissertation Abstracts International 2001. EBSCOhost login.ezproxy.langara.bc.ca/login?url=https://search-ebscohost- com.ezproxy.langara.bc.ca/login.aspx?direct=true&db=aft&AN=70511084&site=ehost- live&scope=site. [...]

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the following link is the work of art that i want to write about. it can be either Chicago or MLA style 20 sources, 5 of them must be from library(books, not online) i have attached file of instructions, criteria, and checklist when is done. http://collection-online.moa.ubc.ca/search/item?category%5Bculture%5D%5B0%5D=1252019&row=6

Subject Area: Arts

Document Type: Reports

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