Thanks are due to the Ministry of Culture and Patrimony of Ecuador for facilitating our entry into the National Reserve; to Ivett Celi, Sub-secretary of Social Memory; to Esthelina Quinatoa, curator of the National Reserve; Renee Guaitara, Network Coordinator of Museums, National Museum of Ecuador. To the Faculty of Arts of the Central University of Ecuador, for having facilitated the laboratories to accomplish the research; to Jorge Zamora for the collaboration in the initial ceramic process study. To Arnaud Gérard for his contribution in the acoustic analysis. Thanks also to Santiago Ortiz, research assistant.


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