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Tiwanaku : Bolivia find´s it's History
On the way of La Paz to the Titicacasee are the ruins of Tiwanaku. But despite spectacular finds the archaeologists are still dependent on assumptions, remain these 3000 years old culture still in the dark.

Estimations assume that that in Tiwanaku approx. 50-Tausend humans lived, in the whole region approx. 500-Tausend - an enormous number. But when this realm developed, how was it organized, when and why it went down? - many questions arise, the archaeologists try to answer.
They go partial unusual ways. With field experiments in Indio villages was e.g. tried to determine the agricultural methods Tiwanakus. Had preceded excavations and aerial photos in the region around the Titicacasee, which referred to a highly developed water cult. Already after few harvests one knows today that only the highly developed agriculture Tiwanakus formed the basis for the propagation of the later large and cultures, also those the Inkas. Sufficient quantities of food could be manufactured and stored without problems. This concerned above all the potato, basic food of the Indios.
Today one knows that compared with the normal harvests up to twenty-way quantities can be harvested according to the Tiwanaku method - for the Bolivian agriculture this of enormous importance will be. Archaeologist teams instruct already in several villages around the Titicacasee the Indio farmers in the 3000 years old techniques.
In September 1991 a American-Bolivian team on behalf of the Getty donation under the direction of Professor Alan Kolata begins again with excavations in the ruins of Tiwanaku. At same time Dr. Johan Reinhard continues his underwater research in the Titicacasee. Both archaeologists assume the scientific results will bring new realizations to their work to the Tiwanaku culture. The gold finds, ceramic(s) etc. of the last yearly give rise to this hope.
The film observes the excavations in Tiwanaku and the underwater works in the Titicacasee. It will summarize the results of the past archaeological work and their application in a indio village at the edge of the Titicacasees. In order to show the range of the water system Tiwanakus, also flight photographs could be possible. Observations of ritual victim ceremonies, which take place today still on the Titicacasee, occupy the alive connection to the water.
Produktion : Screen TV
Autor und Regie :Heiko Petermann
Kamera: Guenter Assmann
Schnitt: Petra Assmann
Produktionsjahr : 1991 / 45 Min.
Laufzeit: 49 min.
Sprache: English
Genre: Documentarys, English, Fremdsprachen
Land: Bolivien
Produzent: Screen TV - Heiko Petermann

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