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Clay vessels from La Candelaria not used as sepulch
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adze Agua Ambrosett1 ancient anthropomorphous archaeological Argentina axes Barzana Bolivia Boman bone bottom portion bowl bowl-shaped brick-like Buenos Aires bulges Calchaqui Candelaria Candelaria Depart Candelarian culture Caspinchango celt centimetre Chaco Chaco tribes clay vessels colour consists Cuchiyaco curare dealt Debenedett1 depicted in fig Diaguita diameter discovered dots dwelling edge excavated finds fine-grained foll funerary urn Gothenburg Gothenburg Museum grave greyish grinding stones groove ground gully handle Height of fragment Huanacocha incised ornaments Karsten Lule Lule-Tonocote maize material ment mentioned Mizque Mizque valley Museo neck Nordensk1old northwestern Argentina ornamental band outer side Pampa placed Plata polished pottery fragments probably Provenance province Quilmes rain-water region resembling ridge rim-bosses rock Salta Santa Schre1ter seen in fig sepulchral urns shape similar skeletal remains sketch map soil stone formation stone mortars surface thick tion Tonocote Indians tribes Tucuman Unquillo wall ware zigzag line zoomorphic