Who settled Argentina?
The Early History of Argentina:
Historians have found remnants of people living sporadically throughout Argentina going back to the Paleolithic period, and they traced an evolution from hunters and gathers in the South to advanced hunters and gathers in central Argentina and sedentary farmers in the north. It is believed the Incan Empire began to advance into the northern portions of Argentina around 1480, and historians have debated over the exact time Europeans first contacted modern-day Argentina, either 1501-2 or 1516.
Answer and Explanation:
The Spanish settled Argentina.
Historians have long debated about which explorer discovered the Rio de la Plata, with some claiming Vespucci...
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fromChapter 20 / Lesson 13
In this lesson, we'll explore Argentina, a country in South America. We will learn about Argentina's history, the people who first lived there, the silver mines that inspired the name Argentina and other interesting stories about this fascinating country.