Bolivia Postage Design of Tiahuanaco Tribe by US Postage Designer Rex Davenport

by US Postage Designer Rex Davenport
(8502 East Chapman Avenue Suite 132 Orange, California 92869 USA)

Bolivia Postage Design of Tiwanaku-Tiahuanaco Postage by US Postage Designer Rex Davenport

Bolivia Postage Design of Tiwanaku-Tiahuanaco Postage by US Postage Designer Rex Davenport

President Evo Morales the Tiwanaku which is called now, the Tiahuanaco Indian tribe was basin in the Bolivian-Peruvian area in Altiplano-titcaca region early as 1500 B.C. densely populated by the Aymara Indians and is today the most important pre-Columbain archacological site in the western Bolivia in South America. The Tiahuanaco is highly recognized by Andean Scholars and some have hypothesized that Tiwanaku which is named,"Tiahuanaco" is related to the Aymara term, "Taypiqala" meaning "Stone in Center" alluding to the belief that it lay at the center of our World.

Therefore I have created this Bolivia Postage design to honor the Tiwanaku-Tiahuanaco tribe with the colors of Red, Green, Yellow, which
depicts the colors of the Country of the Bolivia Flag, and creating this white and red dream catcher for the foreground of this creation of this Tiahuanaco-Tiwanaku Postage Design for the people of Boliva.


Rex Davenport
US Postage Designer
8502 East Chapman Avenue
Suite 132
Orange, California 92869
United States of America

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Jun 24, 2011
they didn't use dream catchers
by: Jaime Azbun

The Tiahuanacotas didn't use dream catchers, are not the same as the Aymara people, and they are extinct. The tribe no longer exists.

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