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19 minutes ago, Boudica said:

I know we should refrain from applying modern criteria to past housing standards, but to me it looks highly impractical having such a huge hole spreading all over the building. :unknw:

It was hot in that part of the world I guess, so having a little breeze might have been well... a breeze :)

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On 11/13/2019 at 6:51 AM, Stan` said:

It was hot in that part of the world I guess, so having a little breeze might have been well... a breeze :)

 

Well here in summer the temperature is 29 ° or a little more with not rain and it's realy wet.

Tmperature here makes you behave like an ape some times xd.

 

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13 minutes ago, Lopess said:

Fortified villages in the local Amazon between the Llanos moxos da Bolivia and the villages of the Xingu

 

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-018-03510-7

Earthwork palisades could serve as city walls and geoglyph as wonder.

Thinking of how their forestry could be implemented into gameplay, perhaps a tech that allow villagers to build trees like they do fields ?

Or just a big boost to wood and berry gathering.

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42 minutes ago, Ultimate Aurelian said:

Earthwork palisades could serve as city walls and geoglyph as wonder.

Thinking of how their forestry could be implemented into gameplay, perhaps a tech that allow villagers to build trees like they do fields ?

Or just a big boost to wood and berry gathering.

My idea was  tupi base civis only gather food and wood (idea i a see in other mod for other game xd)

i like the idea of palnting trees.

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The tribes of the Xingu region still cultivate the tree of the pequizeiro, being used with a kind of inheritance from father to son.

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The researchers assert that the vestiges date from between 800 and 1000 B.C., which makes it older than the Ceibal ceremonial center in Guatemala, which had been considered the oldest Maya enclave since it was built in 950 B.C.

Interesting.

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38 minutes ago, happyconcepts said:

I like the idea of your mod! There is sure to be much more American history buried in the jungle.

Thanks, I need to do more research on these cultures to make the mod.

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On 6/9/2020 at 12:29 AM, Trinketos said:

Yes.

I am still impressed with the history of the americas.

On the topic of Lidar,  there is the recently discovered civilization at Mosquitia (Not sure they have been named yet).

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/news/2015/03/150302-honduras-lost-city-monkey-god-maya-ancient-archaeology/

 

 

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37 minutes ago, Ultimate Aurelian said:

On the topic of Lidar,  there is the recently discovered civilization at Mosquitia (Not sure they have been named yet).

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/news/2015/03/150302-honduras-lost-city-monkey-god-maya-ancient-archaeology/

 

 

Yes in my country. But still very obscured in the darkness of history and a terrible jungle.

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