The Giant of Atacama - Cerro Unitas, Atacama Desert, Chile

 

The Atacama Giant (Spanish: Gigante de Atacama) is a large anthropomorphic geoglyph in the Atacama Desert, Chile. Located at "Cerro Unitas", this is the largest prehistoric anthropomorphic figure in the world with a height of 119 metres (390 ft) and represents a deity for the local inhabitants from 1000 to 1400 CE.

 The figure was an early astronomical calendar for knowing where the moon would set; by knowing this the day, crop cycle, and season could be determined. The points on the top and side of the head would say what season it would be depending on their alignment with the moon, which was very important in determining when the rainy season would come in the barren Atacama.

 

http://www.thelivingmoon.com/43ancients/02files/Giant_of_Atacama_Chile.html

 

 

 

 

 

Huara o estrella en Aymara, es en este lugar, específicamente en la ladera del cerro Unitas, que se encuentra una del las figuras antropomorfa prehistórica más grande del mundo, con 86 metros de altura y representa a una divinidad de los habitantes de esta región entre los años 1000 y 1400 d.c. Por supuesto, un gran misterio hasta nuestros días

 

 

 

 

Geoglifo de Cerro Sagrado

Pampa Alto Ramírez, Valle de Azapa

 

 

 

   

Geoglifo de Cerro Sagrado - Valle de Azapa - Chile

Arte prehistórico característico de la zona norte de Chile. Son murales que adornan las altas laderas y que representan figuras humanas y de animales, como llamas, vicuñas, serpientes y diversos signos. Se encuentran por lo general a lo largo de las antiguas rutas del desierto.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Faces of the Desert

 

Pukará is the name given by Incas to building that acted as Forts, constructed by the atacameño's culture to defend itself of other towns that inhabited South America. Pukara of Quitor dates from more than 700 years.

Built with liparita stones that climb a hill as a fortification with a perimeter defensive wall cover a surface of 6.18 acres. The ruins of the Pukara de Quitor are located in a bend of the gorge whose channel flows waters of the river San Pedro rio Grande.

 

 

 

 

 

Petroglifo de Tamentica,

Quebrada de Huatacondo

 

 

 

Los Petroglifos de Tamentica - Tarapacá

El sitio de Tamentica se encuentra en el curso medio de la quebrada de Guatacondo, donde ésta se angosta y encajona. Presenta medio centenar de bloques de piedra, concentrados en un área aproximada de 200 m2. Los petroglifos cubren prácticamente toda la superficie de los bloques y fueron grabados en bajorrelieve, combinando técnicas de percusión en área y percusión en surco. Predominan las figuras de cóndores con las alas desplegadas y camélidos con sus cuatro extremidades en diversos grados de estilización, pero también hay representaciones de cuadrúpedos no identificados, felinos, lagartos, batracios, serpientes, peces y arañas, así como diferentes figuras geométricas, incluyendo grecas, cruces, espirales, círculos, líneas paralelas ondulantes y en zigzag, entre otras.

 

http://diarioiquique.wordpress.com/2009/08/25/estudiantes-conoceran-sobre-patrimonio-cultural/

 

En Zona Norte Petroglifos de Huatocondo en riesgo

 

http://huatacondo.blogspot.com/2008/08/en-zona-norte-petroglifos-de-huatocondo.html

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cerro Pintado - Desierto de Atacama - Tarapaca

 

Estos geoglifos pertenecen a la prehistoria y se cree que era informacion(novedades para las caravanas transumantes.


Desierto de Atacama(region de Tarapaca. A unos 45 Km. de Iquique, Chile.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vista del Valle Ariquilda

 

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 Petroglifos de Ariquilda - Tarapaca - Chile - A Chilean "Nazca Lines"???

 

( Cerca del Parque Nacional Volcan Isluga - Entre Arica e Iquique)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Petroglifos de Ariquilda - Tarapaca - Chile

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pinturas de Tayra - Curso superior del río Loa

 

Arte rupestre prehistórico más impactante de todo Chile: Taira. Aquí podremos observar la perfección de la pintura en la roca, representando a camélidos de dimensiones casi naturales, así como también esquemáticas figuras humanas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Petroglyph Rio Grande, San Pedro Atacama, Chile.

 

A incredible view of the Petroglyph near the road to Rio Grande, San Pedro Atacama, Chile.

 

 

Prehistoric mine from

12,000 years ago in Chile -

Current Anthropology/UC Press
 

 

 

 

Archaeologists uncover Oldest Mine in the Americas - Taltal Chile -  Article


Archaeologists have discovered a 12,000-year-old iron oxide mine in Chile that marks the oldest evidence of organized mining ever found in the Americas, according to a report in the June issue of Current Anthropology.

 

A team of researchers led by Diego Salazar of the Universidad de Chile found the 40-meter trench near the coastal town of Taltal in northern Chile. It was dug by the Huentelauquen people—the first settlers in the region—who used iron oxide as pigment for painted stone and bone instruments, and probably also for clothing and body paint, the researchers say.

http://arqueologiamericana.blogspot.com/2011/05/archaeologists-uncover-oldest-mine-in.html

 

 

Arqueologia Americana - Chile

http://arqueologiamericana.blogspot.com/search/label/Chile

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tulor village  -

 

It was discovered in 1956 by the father Gustavo le Paige

La Aldea de Tulor fue sin duda un importante centro poblacional en el 2800 antes de Cristo. Lo que antiguamente contó con alrededor de 200 habitantes, hoy es un museo que recuerda a una aldea sepultada por arena.

La reproducción cuenta con viviendas de la época, construidas de barro y rodeadas de murallas y vías de intercomunicación asentadas sobre canaletas que le atribuyen el carácter de bóveda.

Las construcciones alcanzan alturas de hasta 2 metros con techos cónicos afirmados por postes de madera, las cuales pueden ser apreciadas desde lo alto a través de un mirador habilitado para los visitantes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pukará de Quitor

 

A 3 kms de San Pedro se encuentra sobre el cerro de Quitor este Pucará (Fuerte). Fortaleza atacameña del siglo IX, que era una antigua fortaleza incaica que en 1540 fue ocupada por los españoles.

 

Construido por el pueblo atacameño para defenderse de otros pueblos que habitaban Sudamérica.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meseta/Plateau El Enladrillado – Reserva Nacional Altos de Lircay – Maule - Chile

 

'The blocks are roughly rectangular, some as large as 12 to 16 ft high, 20 to 30 ft long, and weighing several hundred tons'.

'On the plateau of Enladrillado, 233 stone blocks are placed geometrically in an amphitheatre-like arrangement.. As at Tiahuanaco, huge chairs of stone have been found in the ruins, each weighing approx 10 tons. Three standing stones were placed in the very centre of the plateau, each 3 to 4 ft in diameter. Measurements reveal that two of the stones are perfectly aligned with magnetic north, while a line through one of these and the third stone points to the midsummer sunrise'.

http://www.ancient-wisdom.co.uk/top50stones.htm

 

El Enladrillado ( 4 :25 mins)

Una plataforma horizontal de piedra se encuentra situada en la cordillera de la VII Región de Chile, su nombre "el Enladrillado", y su extraña formación ha dado para la más diversas interpretaciones.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ns4gFNGLZLc

 

El Enladrillado ( 1: 16 mins)

Terraza de material volcánico desde la cual se visualiza el Valle El Venado y el Volcán Descabezado Grande, bloques de piedras en forma de ladrillos,

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ogLzsc4YMEY&feature=related

 

Expedición Internacional a El Enladrillado (TVN) ( 2mins)

1ra Expedición Internacional a El Enladrillado, en esta actividad participaron Ufologos,medios de comunicación.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1asnqHMWggY

 

 

 

 

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The Monte Verde archaeological site in   Chile is the earliest dated human   settlement in the Americas.

 

A portrayal of living structures at Monte Verde

 

 

Monte Verde Area Map

 

 

 

Monte Verde -  Archaeological Site of about 14,800 years ago - Near Puerto Montt -  Southern Chile

 

New evidence from the Monte Verde archaeological site in southern Chile confirms its status as the earliest known human settlement in the Americas and provides additional support for the theory that one early migration route followed the Pacific Coast more than 14,000 years ago.

 

Monte Verde is an archaeological site in southern Chile, located near Puerto Montt, Southern Chile, which has been dated to 14,800 years BP.This dating adds to the evidence showing that the human settlement of the Americas pre-dates the Clovis culture by roughly 1000 years. This contradicts the previously accepted "Clovis first" model which holds that settlement of the Americas began after 13,500 BP. The Monte Verde findings were initially dismissed by most of the scientific community, but in recent years the evidence has become more widely accepted in some archaeological circles,although vocal "Clovis First" advocates remain.[Coastal migration is a widely accepted model explaining the inhabitance of Monte Verde. Archaeological evidence shows that people arrived at Monte Verde about 1,800 years before the time that the Bering Land Bridge between Alaska and Siberia would have become passable in 13,000 BP. This leaves traveling down the western coast of the Americas as the most plausible explanation for the earliest inhabitants of Chile. Paleoecological evidence of the coastal landscape's ability to sustain human life further supports this model. However, no archaeological evidence has been found of pre-Clovis humans using a coastal migration route

 

Discovery

The site was discovered in late 1975 when a veterinary student visited the area of Monte Verde, where severe erosion was occurring due to logging. The student was shown a strange "cow bone" collected by nearby campesinos who had found it exposed in the eroded Chinchihuapi Creek. The bone later proved to be from a mastodon. Mario Pino, a Chilean geologist and Tom Dillehay an American anthropologist, both teachers at the Universidad Austral de Chile at the time, started excavating Monte Verde in 1977.

The site is situated on the banks of Chinchihuapi Creek, a tributary of the Maullín River located 36 miles (58 km) from the Pacific Ocean. One of the rare open-air prehistoric sites found so far in the Americas, Monte Verde was well preserved because it was located in an anaerobic bog environment near the creek. A short time after the site was originally occupied, the waters of the creek rose and a peat-filled bog formed that inhibited the bacterial decay of organic material and preserved many perishable artifacts and other items for millennia.

Radiocarbon dating of bones and charcoal give the site an average age of 14,800 years ago (calibrated), over 1000 years earlier than the oldest known site in the Americas at the time

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monte_Verde

 

http://newswise.com/articles/new-evidence-about-earliest-americans-supports-coastal-migration-theory

 

Monte Verde – Ancient Civilization 14,800 years – Chile

Monte Verde is an archaeological site in southern Chile, located in northern Patagonia near Puerto Montt, Chile, which has been dated to 14,800 years BP. This dating adds to the evidence showing that settlement in the Americas pre-dates the Clovis culture by roughly 1000 years. This contradicts the previously accepted "Clovis first" model which holds that settlement of the Americas began after 13,500 BP. The Monte Verde findings were initially dismissed by most of the scientific community, but in recent years the evidence has become more widely accepted in some archaeological circles, although vocal "Clovis First" advocates remain. Coastal migration is a widely accepted model explaining the inhabitance of Monte Verde. Archaeological evidence shows that people arrived at Monte Verde about 1,800 years before the time that the Bering Straight Land Bridge would have become passable in 13,000 bp. This leaves traveling down the western coast of the Americas as the most plausible explanation for the earliest inhabitants of Chile. Paleoecological evidence of the coastal landscape further supports this model in its ability to sustain human life

http://www.cabrillo.edu/~crsmith/mverde.html


 

Monte Verde Excavation: or Clovis revised

After long, often bitter debate, archeologists have finally come to a consensus that humans reached southern Chile 12,500 years ago. The date is more than 1,000 years before the previous benchmark for human habitation in the Americas, 11,200-year-old stone spear points first discovered in the 1930s near Clovis, N.M. 

The Chilean site, known as Monte Verde, is on the sandy banks of a creek in wooded hills near the Pacific Ocean. Even former skeptics have joined in agreeing that its antiquity is now firmly established and that the bone and stone tools and other materials found there definitely mark the presence of a hunting-and-gathering people.

http://www.archaeologyfieldwork.com/AFW/Message/Topic/2830/Discussion/monte-verde

Museo de Piedras Monte Verde - Monte Verde Stone Museum

 

 

http://www.interpatagonia.com/paseos/museopiedras_pmontt/index_i.html

 

 

 

The remains include wooden lances

 and mortars, planks and stakes,

hundreds of stone artifacts, and more

than 60 species of medicinal and other

plants gathered from  sources up to

400 kilometers away.

 

 

American Civilization as Old as Asia, Mideast

Three recent scientific discoveries are re-writing the history of the earliest peoples of the Americas.

They offer dramatic evidence that the earliest human colonists of the hemisphere swept down from the land bridge between Asia and Alaska much earlier than scientists previously believed, and that some of the immigrants may have been Caucasoid, or European, in origin. New dating of squash seeds discovered in a cave in Central Mexico 30 years ago suggests that hunter-gatherers there were practicing agriculture as much as 10,000 years ago, 4,000 years earlier than scientists had believed and roughly the same time that agriculture began in the Near East and China.

The latest discovery, which was announced May 8 in the journal Science, leads to a "brand-new picture of the transition to agriculture in the New World," according to a review which accompanied the publication.

"This is a very healthy and exciting time for archaeology in the Americas," says Bruce Smith, head of the archeobiology program at the National Museum of Natural History here and author of the Science article.

The article comes just a week after the publication of the second and final volume of research on the Monte Verde archaeological site. The site, on the banks of Chinchihuapi Creek in southern Chile, was apparently inhabited by people 12,500 years ago, according to more than 30 radiocarbon tests of charcoal, wood, and ivory.

Originally excavated from 1977 to 1985, that date is 1,000 years older than the earliest known human artifacts in the Americas, discovered at Clovis, New Mexico, in 1932. Known for their bifacial spear points, Clovis people were mammoth hunters who are believed to have moved across the Bering Land Bridge and spread southwards about 12,500 years ago.

Scientists had previously assumed that Clovis people were the earliest settlers of the Americas.

But remains found at Monte Verde upset that assumption, particularly because of the enormous distance which would have had to have been covered between the Bering land bridge and southern Chile. The remains include wooden lances and mortars, planks and stakes, hundreds of stone artifacts, and more than 60 species of medicinal and other plants gathered from sources up to 400 kilometers away.

The "implications are profound," says David Meltzer, an anthropologist at Southern Methodist University in Texas. "(Monte Verde) indicates initial arrival in the Americas must have occurred much earlier than 12,500 years ago."

Based on geological and other obstacles which would have slowed the spread of people moving south from Alaska, Meltzer estimates the initial arrival in the Americas of the forebears of the Monte Verde people at least 20,000 years ago…..


http://www.monitor.net/monitor/9706a/nativeage.html
 

 

 

 

The first excavation of Fell’s cave in 1936 yielded 511 artefacts.

 

 

Cueva Fell is a natural cave and Archaeological site in southern Patagonia

 

Cueva Fell is a natural cave and archaeological site in southern Patagonia Cueva Fell is in proximity to the Pali Aike Crater, another significant archaeological site.

 

The first excavation of Fell’s cave in 1936 yielded 511 artefacts. These included hafted implements, knives, scrapers, bolas, a couple of circular rubbing stones, and bone tools.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cueva_Fell

 

http://www.rutaschile.com/men1/Atractivos.php?n=Cueva-fell-pali-aike.php

 

 

Archeological Museum

Padre Gustave Le Paige

 

 

 

 

 

 With more than 4,000 human skulls, and,

had about 1,500 mummies*.

 

 

Museo Arqueologico /  Archeological Museum Padre Gustave Le Paige -

San Pedro de Atacama - Chile

 

By the year 1963, thanks to the support of the Universidad Católica del Norte, he opened the first pavilion building of the museum located in the middle of San Pedro.

This museum counts with a collection of about 380.000 pieces which were discovered in the Atacama territory and they correspond to the period between the origin of the Atacama culture and the arrival of the Spaniards.

 

The Padre Le Paige (Father Le Paige) Museum is located in the Far North region of Chile, in the nation's archaeological capital, San Pedro de Atacama. This is a star destination for adventure travelers, history enthusiasts, anthropologists and archaeologists interested in the 11,000-year evolution of the Atacameñan culture. With more than 4,000 human skulls, 1,500 mummies, and weapons and utensils of the Atacameñan people offered in a collection that began by the Jesuit priest, Gustavo Le Paige (now honored as the father of Chilean archaeology) in 1955, the Padre Le Paige museum has expanded to include more than 450,000 archaeological objects of the Paleolithic and Neolithic periods. Explore the bones, ceramics, ethnographic objects, textiles and other artifacts associated with Chile pre-Hispanic culture. Visitors not only learn the history of San Pedro, but learn valuable lessons on human civilization long before European settlement. 

 

 

 * The famous “mummies” (actually they are very well preserved bodies) were removed from the Museum´s exhibition in May 2007, due to a demand from the Lickanantay (local natives) community. This demand is related to the New Treaty of Historical Truth which was established by the Chilean Government and Native Chileans representatives.


But even without the mummies the museum is worth a visit. It has about 1000 pieces in exhibition. The collection shows the development of the Lickanantay Culture in the area, from the arrival of the first men about 12000 years ago to the arrival of the Spanish Empire.

 

http://www3.ucn.cl/museo/

 

http://www.sanpedroatacama.com/ingles/museo.htm

 

 

Mapuche Museum - Cañete

Mapuche - Very Old Family Photo

 

Mapuche - Drum - Native Instrument

 

 

 - Semana de siete días
- Mes de veintiocho días
- Año de trece meses y un día 

 

Mascara Mapuche Mask

Mapuche Musical Instrument

 

 

Mapuches   

http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mapuches

 

Mapuche Museum - Cañete

 

A center for cultural and heritage activities whose goal is to incentivize the positive appreciation of the Mapuche culture’s knowledge and thinking in national society.

Address: Camino a Contulmo s/n. Cañete.

 

 

 Clavas - Symbol of Political Power           Trutruca - Musical Instrument

 

  

Mapuche - Stone Sculpures

 

also:

Museo Mapuche - Pucon

http://www.museomapuche.cl/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Museo Chileno de Arte PreColombino

 



Museo Chileno de Arte PreColombino is located in downtown Santiago, in a neo-classical building, formerly the Royal Customs Palace. The Chilean Pre-Colombian Art Museum is dedicated to preserving and sharing the artistic heritage of Latin American pre-Colombian peoples. Collections are arranged to guide visitors through the evolution of human life on the “new continent.” The exhibition is grouped by cultural areas: Amazon, Mesoamerica, Caribbean, and Southern Andes and Central Andes. In addition to the rock and woodcarvings, petroglyphs, pots, textile works, and other hand-crafted pieces, the museum features a 5,000-year-old mummy. Museo Chileno de Arte PreColombino Bandera 361 Santiago, Chile

http://www.precolombino.cl/

 

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pueblo Diaguita - Norte - Chile

 

 

 

http://www.thisischile.cl/184/2/Museums/Map.aspx

 

 

 

 

 

South America - Chile  -  Fossils and Petrified Forrest ...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Petrified  Forrest – Patagonia Chile

 

http://farsouthtravels.blogspot.com/2010_01_01_archive.html

 

 

FÓSILES MARINOS | CAJÓN DEL MAIPO

Fósiles de conchas marinas, vestigios de

 hace millones de años de que el fondo

 marino estuvo algún vez en lo que hoy

 es la Cordillera de Los Andes, es

 frecuente el hallazo de este tipo de

 conchas en el sector de Lo Valdés

 

 

 

 

 

 

40 millon yrs old Ocean Fossils found in The Andes Mountains - Chile

Fosiles Marinos Cordillera de los Andes – Chile 

 

 

 

Fósiles de 40 millones años encontrados en Chile 

http://cienciaydesarrollo.wordpress.com/2008/08/27/fosiles-de-40-millones-anos-encontrados-en-chile/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nov 11, 2011 A prehistoric whale fossil unearthed in the Atacama desert near Copiapo, Chile

 

 

Whales in the Desert: Fossils poses Mystery –  2 - 7 Million yrs old – Copiapo - Chile 

 

 

More than 2 million years ago, scores of whales congregating off the Pacific Coast of South America mysteriously met their end near the City of Copiapo, Chile in 2011.

 

Maybe they became disoriented and beached themselves. Maybe they were trapped in a lagoon by a landslide or a storm.. But somehow, they ended up right next to one another, many just meters (yards) apart, entombed as the shallow sea floor was driven upward by geological forces and transformed into the driest place on the planet.

 

Today, they have emerged again atop a desert hill more than a kilometer (half a mile) from the surf, where researchers have begun to unearth one of the world's best-preserved graveyards of prehistoric whales.

 

Chilean scientists together with researchers from the Smithsonian Institution are studying how these whales, many of the them the size of buses, wound up in the same corner of the Atacama Desert.

 

The scientists have yet to publish their findings about the fossil bed and the extensive remains, which began to emerge in June last year during a highway-widening project that is now on hold. So far, the fossils have been found in a roadside strip the length of two football fields — about 240 meters (260 yards) long and 20 meters (yards) wide. Pyenson said the spot was once a "lagoon-like environment" and that the whales probably died between 2 million and 7 million years ago.

http://english.sina.com/technology/2011/1121/416337.html

 

Ancient Whale Graveyard Discovered in Chilean Disert ( 2 mins) 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ioaNiBri4g

 

 

El fósil con alas de 5.2 metros

 

 

 

 

 

Encuentran restos de Ave Marina Prehistórica Gigante - entre 5 y 10 millones de años en Chile – Gigantic Prehistoric Marine Bird discovered with a wingspan of 16 Ft. 

 

Paleontólogos de Inglaterra y Chile lograron la reconstrucción de un fósil de ave prehistórica de más de 5 metros de envergadura.

 

El Pelagornis chilensis era una ave marina que vivió hace entre 5 y 10 millones de años en Chile. Los restos fósiles del enorme animal fueron descubiertos en el desierto de Atacama, cerca del pueblo chileno de Bahía Inglesa. El coordinador de análisis del Museo Nacional de Historia Natural de Chile, David Rubilar, asegura que estos restos demuestran que existieron aves con alas gigantes durante la prehistoria.  El fósil con alas de 5.2 metros mantiene 70% de sus huesos intactos, lo que la convierte uno de los más grandes hallazgos de aves voladoras.

 

 

Monturaqui Creater - Atacama Desert

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monturaqui Impact Creater - 100.000 Yrs

 

Monturaqui is a meteorite crater in Chile. It is located south of the Salar de Atacama, in the Antofagasta Region. The crater is exposed at the surface, and is 350–370 m (1,150–1,210 ft) in diameter and approximately 34 m (112 ft) deep. The impact that created the crater is estimated to have occurred approximately 660,000 years ago, during the Pleistocene Epoch.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monturaqui_crater

 

 

Monturaqui Impact Glass

http://www.tektitesource.com/Monturaqui.html

 

 

Isla_Mocha - Chile

     

Araucania - Polynesia connection? - Isla_Mocha - Chile.

Mocha Island off the coast of Arauco Peninsula, Chile.

 

In recent years evidence has emerged suggesting pre-Columbian contact between the Mapuche people (Araucanians) of south-central Chile and Polynesians. Chicken bones found at the site El Arenal in the Arauco Peninsula, an area inhabited by Mapuche, support a pre-Columbian introduction of chicken to South America. The bones found in Chile were radiocarbon-dated to between 1304 and 1424, before the arrival of the Spanish. DNA sequences taken were matched to those of chickens in American Samoa and Tonga, and dissimilar to European chicken. However, a later report in the same journal looking at the same mtDNA concluded that the Chilean chicken specimen clusters with the same European/Indian subcontinental/Southeast Asian sequences, providing no support for a Polynesian introduction of chickens to South America.

Furthermore, in December 2007, several human skulls with Polynesian features, such as a pentagonal shape when viewed from behind, were found lying on a shelf in a museum in Concepción. These skulls turned out to be originating from Mocha Island, an island just off the coast of Chile in the Pacific Ocean, nowadays inhabited by Mapuche. Professor Lisa Matisoo-Smith of the University of Otago and José Miguel Ramírez Aliaga of the University of Valparaíso hope to win agreement soon with the locals of Mocha Island to begin an excavation search for Polynesian remains on the island.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pre-Columbian_trans-oceanic_contact#Araucan.C3.ADa
 

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.verfotosde.org/chile/region.php?Los-Lagos&id=14

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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