Located in the time between 500 BC C. and 500 BC C.
In this culture bowls, of very fine paste, colored with delicacy, and polípodos dishes with anthropomorphic representations on their legs stand out. The hallmarks of this culture are numerous and predominantly flat or plano-convex and contain a wide range of shapes, that inevitably suggest the signs of a pictographic language.
The Guangala are the first to work with metals, especially copper. The surface of the ceramic is very well polished and takes beautiful anthropomorphic and zoomorphic forms and may have had a ceremonial use, It is fascinating to hear and observe the whistle and ocarina. The ceramic bowls or platters strike in a very unique way Striking a very unique way the ceramic bowl or platter, consisting of a wide mouth whose circular and concave body is supported on four curved and pointed legs. These polipodos platters have a geometric decoration in their concave parts and sometimes the legs represent have human faces.
LOCATION AND TERRITORIAL
Guangala culture flourished in the Ecuadorian provinces of Manabi and Guayas.