The Pukara culture was a pre-Columbian culture that developed in the territory of present-day Chile. The Pukara people lived in large villages and cities. They were skilled farmers and herdsmen. They were also skilled artisans and made pottery, textiles, and metals. One of your ancestors may have been a farmer or herdsman who lived in Chile during the Pukara culture. Another of your ancestors may have been an artisan who made pottery or textiles.