Las Ánimas complex
Las Ánimas complex is an archaeological culture of northern Chile considered to be the immediate precursor to the Diaguita culture. The culture developed in the Chilean region of Norte Chico between 800 and 1000 CE. Prior to Las Ánimas complex, an archaeological culture known as El Molle complex existed in Norte Chico from 300 to 700 CE.
- "Pueblos diaguitas", Memoria chilena (in Spanish), Biblioteca Nacional de Chile, retrieved January 30, 2014
- Ampuero Brito, Gonzalo (1991), Ancient Cultures of the Norte Chico (PDF), Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino
- Latorre Blanco, Elvira; López Mendoza, Patricio (2011), "Los metales en la cultura Diaguita chilena (ca. 900-1536 DC): una aproximación metodológica e interpretativa" (PDF), Intersecciones en Antropología (in Spanish), 12 (2): 329–332
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