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This culture flourished on the Paracas Peninsula, being discovered by

Julio C. Tello in 1925. It covered the north to Chincha and as far south
as Yauca, Arequipa. He had two stages:
Paracas Caverns: their burial tombs, cotton textiles, its polychrome
pottery and ceremonial centers
Paracas Necropolis: he transcended for its textile art. The quality of
their fabrics,their bright colors.
The people of Paracas were devoted to two important economic
activities: Agriculture and fishing.
They deformed their skulls by traditional motifs. The trepanation and
embalming were amazing scientific medical advances they made.
Were skilled artists in ceramics, with great decorations. In textiles, the
Paracas came to use up to 190 shades derived from 7 basic colors.