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The Patamona (alternate names: Ingariko, Eremagok, Kapon) are an Amerindian group, known archaeologically from pottery collections in the Yawong Valley and the upper Siparuni River in the Pakaraima Mountains of Guyana. The upper Siparuni was exploited until recently for suitable farm lands, hunting and fishing. These collections suggest an affiliation with Akawaio groups in the 19th century. The burial urn guarded by a serpent is a characteristic artifact of Patamona pottery.
They are one of several closely related peoples called Ingarikó and Kapon.
People in the village of Paramakatoi are literate in English and Patamona.
Mushrooms are a seasonally important food for the Patamona.
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