added by archaeologs Ceramic complex of red-colored jars, one of the best known in Venezuela and found on a number of mound sites in north central part of country. The shapes of huge human figurines with flat, wide heads are very distinctive. Typically the pottery is coarse and sand- or mica-tempered. Decoration may be appliqué work, rectilinear incision, or modeled human faces with coffee-bean eyes. It is c 1000-1500 AD and possibly derived from Arauquim complex or from the La Cabrera phase of the Barrancoid series.