The Ancient Greek pottery

January 17, 2018

The term “Ancient Greece” refers to the period of the history that goes from 1,200 b.C until 146 a.C when the roman conquer of Greece after the battle of Corinth.

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Úbeda and his ceramics

November 04, 2017

Úbeda is a city in the province of Jaén, Andalusia, Spain, which was declared, together with the next city of Baeza, World Heritage Site in 2003...

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Wiracocha

August 01, 2017

Viracocha, Wiracocha o Huiracocha, also called the god of the crosiers or rods, is the most relevant of the Inca gods. At Inca Empire it is known as Huari Wiracocha, the giant god which came out of the Titicaca lake.

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The pottery in Moveros

July 15, 2017

The small village of Moveros is placed in the Aliste county, west of Zamora province in Spain. It is one of the latest Spanish villages before arriving to the Portugal frontier.

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La Alpujarra and the "jarapas"

June 29, 2017 1 Comment

La Alpujarra (sometimes called by his plural Las Alpujarras) is an historic region in Andalucia, Spain, between Granada and Almeria, on the south side of the Sierra Nevada mountains.

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The Vicús culture and Chulucana ceramics

May 30, 2017

The northern Peruvian city of Chulucanas is an artisan centre close to the regional capital Piura, which gives name to this kind of ceramics. Piura was the first city founded by the Castilian Francisco Pizarro on his conquest.

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The Chancay Culture

April 20, 2017

Chancay culture is a pre-Columbian culture developed in Peru between the years 1200 and 1470 b.C., which declines on XV century faded out by conquerors coming from Inca empire.

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Want to know about Puente del Arzobispo and his ceramics?

March 22, 2017

Puente del Arzobispo is a village near Toledo, in the centre of Spain. It was founded on the XIV century by Pedro Tenorio, Toledo archbishop. As well as the other two ceramic points of interest...

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March 08, 2017 4 Comments

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The Moche (or Mochica) culture and Ai Apaec

February 12, 2017

The Moche or Mochica culture appears and develops between the I and VII centuries a.C. within the narrow desert fringe at the north of Peru

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Welcome to TheBotijo.com

January 09, 2017

There has been a long way since we decided to launch TheBotijo.com and it looks we are finally on air.

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