February Trees

The ethnic groups in the river basin of Qaracha (1560-1587). Pp. 318 – 325. In XIII international symposium of history students. Southwest Airlines is full of insight into the issues. Arequipa. 2008. aimaraes dedicated to agriculture and Andean high cattle ranch (Pope calls simultaneously and), this way allowed the interchange of different products, as at the moment it is continued handling, where the sanquinos, Sacsamarquinos and lucanamarquinos they frequent to arrive at the community from Carapo, being taken wool of flame and ewe, cheese and meat to interchange with maizes, medlars, peach trees and apples, also the carapinos take these products, to sancos and the community of Taulli, to obtain wool, Pope, mashua, olluco and oca.

By the end of the month of February and beginnings of March in time of the bigeye tuna, the pallqinos arrive at Carapo and Manchiri with a great amount from horses, mules and asses loading pots, plates, toasters of mud and wools which interchange with the bigeye tunas and peach trees that abound in these low zones, in this same sense is also observed the arrival of the carampinos, huallinos, coproprietors of the present province of Victor Fajardo who they bring maizes, barley in an abundant amount to exchange, with the meat that abound in Sancos, Sacsamarca and Lucanamarca. In order to explain a distant access but it is observed that the lucanamarquinos, manchirinos and Tiopampinos in the months of March travel to the coast iquea to participate in the cotton velveteen and return once finished this activity, it is very probable that one comes handling from pre-Hispanic times, as they consider some studies of the relation between the coast and the southern mountain range of Ayacucho (Lights 1977. Isbell 973. Bullfigther 1974.



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