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Quechua

Icon of a Whipala (Tawantinsuyo flag) In this section I gathered public domain stuff about language (quechua or runasimi), culture and history of andean populations.
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3D Paracas Skull

3D rendering of the deform skull number 176 (Regional Museum of Ica, Peru) Creation of a tridimensional model of the deform skull number 176 exposed in the Regional Museum of Ica (Peru), belonging to the Paracas Civilization.

The model has been made using only open source software Blender.
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Diquit

Icon of DiQuIt program DiQuIt (Dictionary Quechua Italian) is a tool aimed to learning of quechua language, based on Quechua-Italian dictionary lingua quechua, basato sul dizionario quechua-italian runasimi.txt The program has the following features:
  • Quechua-Italian Dictionary
  • Italiano-Quechua Dictionary
  • Translator from number to Quechua
  • Quechua verbs conjugator
  • Nouns declinator in Quechua
  • Quechua Grammar and exercizes

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Tk-Yupana

Icona del programma Tk-Yupana Tk-Yupana (the Incan Abacus) is a program written in Tcl/Tk that emulates the ancient device used by the Khipu Camayuq and drawn by Poma de Ayala in his Nueva Coronica y Buen Gobierno. The program has the following features:
  • Theory by Henry Wassen (base 10 posicional notation); representation and addition
  • Theory by Carlos Radicati (base 10 posicional notation); representation and addition
  • Theory by William Burns Glynn (base 10 posicional notation); representation, addition and multiplication
  • Theory by Nicolino de Pasquale (base 40 posicional notation); representation
  • Theory by Andres Chirinos (base 10 posicional notation); representation
  • Theory by Subhash Kak (base 144 posicional notation); representation
  • Theory by Cinzia Florio (sign-value notation, by powers of tens); representation, addition and multiplication
  • Translations into Italian, English, Spanish and Quechua

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