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      Ethnoarchaeology: The Rituality of Sowing on Mountain Ridges and Andean Culture in the South of San Pablo Lake, Otavalo, Ecuador. (English)
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      To demonstrate that rituals were performed on mountain ridges during the Late Integration Period (1250-1525 AD), archaeological excavations were carried out in the La Rinconada sector to the south of Lake San Pablo, Ecuador. In order to better interpret the archaeological data, an ethnographic study was conducted on the cultural practices surrounding agriculture in the Cayambis and Otavalos communities located on the slopes near the ridges; based on ethnohistorical, archaeological and ethnographic research, it is determined that these communities constitute a continuation of the Caranqui culture, although given that there were social, political and religious transformations caused by the Inca and Spanish conquests. From comparison of the archaeological data with the ethnographic data, it was determined that rituals that were carried out in the fields along the ridges were linked to the sowing of seeds. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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      Para demostrar que se hacían rituales en camellones durante el periodo de Integración Tardío (1250-1525), se realizaron excavaciones arqueológicas en el sector de La Rinconada, en el sur del lago San Pablo, Ecuador. Con el objetivo de interpretar mejor los datos arqueológicos, se efectuó un estudio etnográfico de prácticas culturales agrícolas en las comunidades de los cayambis y otavalos ubicadas en las laderas cercanas a los camellones; las cuales, por investigaciones etnohistóricas, arqueológicas y etnográficas, constituyen la continuidad de la cultura caranqui, considerando que hubo transformaciones sociales, políticas y religiosas debidas a las conquistas inca y española. Tras la contrastación de los datos arqueológicos con los etnográficos, se determinó que los rituales realizados en los campos de camellones estuvieron vinculados a la siembra. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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