Nazca kultura

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Nazca kultura (također Nasca) je arheološka kultura koja je postojala od 100. do 800. n.e. na južnoj obali Perua, odnosno u porječju Rio Grande de Nazca i dolini Ica Valley (Silverman and Proulx, 2002). Na nju je snažno uticala ranija Paracas kultura, poznata po složenom tekstilu; Nazca kultura je, pak, proizvela niz impresivnih tehnoloških artefakata vezanih uz keramiku, tekstil te geoglife (od kojih su najpoznatije Nazca linije). Također je sagradila impresivni sistem podzemnih akvedukta, poznatih kao puquios, od kojih su neki i danas u upotrebi. Po toj kulturi i narodu je nazvana provincija Nazca u regiji Ica.

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