The Nazca created magnificent textiles and beautiful pottery. The Nazca were expert weavers of cotton, llama and alpaca wool. They even created fine lace and enormous pieces of textile. The cloth was woven with brightly colored geometric figures of birds, animals, and people. They also decorated their textiles with images of their gods.
Naseem introduced a wide range of household insecticide brands in the local markets. Timeline – How different brands portfolio evolved: 1970’s – King became a well-known brand in household insecticide category for its highly effective formulation and premium quality Mat, Coils and Insect killing sprays were
Maya buildings were adorned with carved friezes and roof combs in stone and stucco. The Mayans painted colorful murals depicting gods and other mythological figures on the walls of their houses. Mayan ceramics were made in a wide variety of forms and decorated with complicated scenes. The Mayans also designed artwork from flint, bone and shell, and made decorated cotton textiles. The Mayans were
Art and Craftsmen took part as well in all the Mayas, the Aztecs, and the Incas. “[The Aztecs] wove cotton cloth, made pottery, carved in stone and other materials, made musical instruments and elaborate costumes of feathers.” Maldonado (4) They were very talented in achieving masterpieces of art. The Incas built cities out of stone, they also wove woolen cloth impressively, they made pottery as well as the Aztecs, yet they also made exquisite jewelry. Patel (4). The Maya artists produced materials to make things with, such as “goods made of cotton, feathers, clay, wood, and precious metals and stones.” Hopkins (5).
Some tribes excelled more than others in specific arts due to their intricate geometrical designs. Basket weaving, pottery, and rugs were not the only arts our Native people were a fond of creating. They would also create beautiful geometric designs in clothes, shoes, and jewelry. Tribes in the southeast would even trade their goods with other tribes and got inspiration from them to create new designs. Nonetheless, most designs seemed to always include a zigzag four-step pattern.
The most popular one was the cotton rug. The cotton rug is used in many households across America. Carver also used cotton products to create paper cordage. Paper cordage is use a cord like material made out of paper (Dixon). Impact The impact that George Washington Carver had on American Agriculture was huge.
For one, they built their homes out of grass in a hemispherical shape that spanned from twelve to twenty feet or more. These extraordinary homes were sturdy, typically made to support more than one family, and were only really used in the instance of poor weather (Reith, 1995, p.60). Furthermore, the Chumash had an established system of currency in which they exchanged shell beads for goods and services (Dartt Newton & Erlandson, 2006, p. 418). In addition, the Chumash people were also excellent craftsmen. For instance, one of the Chumash people 's most important tools were tomols.
The principal food Crops are rice which grown primarily for domestic consumption 1 .The rice in the Philippines is a crop not only grown in lowland area but it also grown in higher areas which is known as Rice Terraces. Rice cultivation is so widespread, development of four distinct types of ecosystems has occurred. They are commonly referred to as irrigated, rain fed lowland, upland, and flood-prone agro ecological zones. Emma Helen Blair and James A, Robertson, who edited and annotated the 55 volume books of history The Philippine Islands, the description in volume 32, chapter XLIII. “They saw and learned from the Indians, they had much to say in