Primitive ~ Large Antique Ox Yoke Hand Carved Wood 54.5" X 7"
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Primitive ~ Large Antique Ox Yoke Hand Carved Wood 54.5" X 7":
Large Antique Ox Yoke Hand Carved Wood 54.5"x7"
AGRICULTURAL TECHNIQUES OF THE VIRREYNATO
PLOUGH MILESTONE: 1500-1700
In relation to planting technique, was the use of shot plough or rather the pulled by oxen United by the horns to the yoke and the use of iron,this technique proved successful in these animals use since did not wear the collar that damaging their necks, as it was in Europe, and kept them with our heads high so not eat of the fruits in the weeder (cleaning) that are mounted iniron grille.
Plowing with ox played an important mission but social projections adverse to the common good, since he was reared on the intensive cultivation of the incas.In general the art of cultivating is maintained within a technical traditionalism, of a stately carelessness for the reinvestments, proof of this is the request made in the mid-17TH century that elevate the hacienda owners of Cuzco requesting the King "not being changed their farming techniques" that was granted by Royal Decree of 1655.The Indian was who made the effort to imitate and adapt the plough.The oxen were not available, but in the Grand haciendas of the coast and some of the sierra.
Original with some use marks.
It was long used in a Hacienda as wall decor !
In Very Good Condition for its age !!!
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