By: Caroline Schulz
The definition of the Nazca Lines
Nazca Lines are lines that are a series of designs and pictographs carved into the ground in the Nazcan Desert, a dry place located in Peru. The ground is as big as a mountain.
Some animals they made!!!!
1 thing all of the creations have in common.
What they all have in common is that each individual figure range in complexity from simple lines to stylized.
Where are the creations made?
They are made in Peru!!!!!!
I think the Nazcan people made the lines to.................
I think the Nazcan people made the lines to send a message and have something to do at the same time.
When did the Nazcan people make the creations?
The people between 400 and 650 AD
The Nazcan people were great runners so they would probably use the lines to run the tracks.
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