Nazca Lines When Were They Made?

Nazca Lines When Were They Made?

The Nazca Lines, often spelled as naezk, are a series of geoglyphs that were etched into the ground in the Nazca Desert in southern Peru. People produced these depressions or shallow incisions in the desert floor between the years 500 BC and AD 500 by removing stones and leaving various colored soil exposed. They did this by making depressions in the desert floor.

What tools did the Nazca use to draw?

  • The Nazca constructed their lines using wooden posts that were tied together with rope.
  • They placed the stakes in a line in order to use them as a guide.
  • They were able to create exceedingly lengthy lines and forms by using this approach, which allowed them to repeat the procedure.
  • The people who lived in the Nazca civilisation created spirals by tying ropes to two or three different poles in a triangle configuration.

What did the Nazca people create?

The inhabitants of Nazca also constructed various shapes, such as a humanoid figure (also known as ″The Astronaut″), hands, and several portrayals that cannot be properly identified.

Harold Plumb

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