Ridge Kucha in Guatakondo, which can be seen from the Atacama Desert, which gave them atacamite (gidrohlorokisi copper), speak, delivered from the same veins of gold, silver, copper and Coquimbo - or white vitriol, called it "pampua" . Gillis describes among antiquities found near the Great Road of the Incas, cast copper ax, weighing about three and a quarter pounds; However, he doubts that the ancient Chileans worked with this metal. Wild Araucanians called gold "copper". According to Molina, the tribe puelche is extracted from mines Peyena copper, half consisting of gold; a natural alloy found in the mines to Kuri.
Doing Good, Departing from Evil: Research Findings in the Twenty-First Century
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