ARTICLE | doi:10.20944/preprints202202.0098.v1
Subject: Social Sciences, Other Keywords: Paleoclimatic variations in Southern Peru; Early human occupations in Tacna - Peru; Ethnoarchaeological analysis of the Populations in the Western Andes; Development of the Puquina; Culture in the Collisuyu territory
Online: 7 February 2022 (16:11:17 CET)
The Environmental interactions contributed to the processes of settlement and development of the first settlers at southern Peru 15,000 BC. The determination of this process is based on paleoclimatic studies at southern Peru and ethnoarchaeological evidence. The determination of this process is based on paleoclimatic studies of southern Peru and ethnoarchaeological evidence; establishing as a result of this analysis the hypothesis of environmental interaction and territorial occupation of the first hunter-gatherer populations until their consolidation, dominating the geographical space from Tacna. The Disruptive disaster events and their effects on climate during the Peruvian Paleolithic resulted in the origin of local societies that shaped the Tiawanaku societies of the early horizon at Southern Peru and Northern Chile.