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SUPERIOR AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES

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superior agricultural societies
Alvaro Orti
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SUPERIOR AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES
  1. TOLITA
    1. La Tolita culture was a pre-columbian culture that was located in the Ecuadorian and Colombian coastal region. We can highlight the jewerly and the ceramics of some pieces that have been found. All these things show us a socially organized and hierarchical culture.
      1. Their religion was the polytheism and animism. Their religious practices were guide by the govenat. They worshiped deities that were borned in our planet such us; jaguar. snake. eagle and caiman.
        1. They were a stratified society which depended on the work and activities of the goverment. The materials, food and essential goods were provided by people of low status as farmers, fishermen, tailors, etc.
    2. BAHIA
      1. They existed between 500 B.C and 500 A.C. aproximately. They were locted in the Ecuadorian coastal region, in te now manabi province, it reached Bahía de Caráquez and la isla de la Plata from the north.
        1. They were caracterized by the production of ceramic figures that represented various attitudes of me and women.
          1. They were merchants that traded fished goods and spondylous shell to chile and noth as far as mexico in exchange for precious materials.
      2. JAMA-COAQUE
        1. Its name derives from the Jama-Coaque peoplewho inhabitate the forested landscapes that surrounded the coastline of the Manabi province`s coastal region.
          1. The Jama-Coaque were skilled in creating various textiles, made use of a number of tools in their daily lives and were famous for their creative ornamentation.
            1. The Jama-Coaque communities were also skilled in creating ceramic pottery items, which again showed us that they were sophisticated tribes.
        2. GUANGALA
          1. They existed in the time between 500 A.C and 500 B.C.
            1. The Guangala were the fist to work with methals, especially copper. They reated bowls, of fine paste, colored. The surface of the cerami takes antropomorphic and zoomorphic shapes.
              1. These figures have had a ceremonial use and some times they represented huiman faces.
          2. NAPO
            1. They are located in the west of the province.between Napo and Coca, there are groups in the tropical forest too.
              1. Each tribe have a shaman that is called banco that is respected by the community and concidered the person who goes between the spiritual and the human.
                1. The activities the men do as a group to survive are: hunting, fishing, gathering. the women have to take care of the children and the house.
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