New findings on Cuban indigenous

HAVANA TIMES, March 3 – The finding of five polished axes, some 25 flattened gouges made from seashells and ceramic fragments could indicate the existence or influence of agricultural-pottery indigenous people in the north of the central province of Villa Clara, where to date there was only information about the presence of farming-fishing groups before the Spanish conquest in 1510, announced Raúl Villavicencio, archaeologist from the Center for Environmental Studies and Services, reported IPS.