“[...] (Bochica) taught them how to spin cotton and weave blankets, because before this the Indians only used to cover themselves with some sheets that were made of cotton branches, tied up with some fique hemp ropes, all looking dishevelled and as rough people. When he left a village, he would leave them the looms painted on some polished, smooth stone, as they are seen in some parts today, in case they forgot what he had taught them [...]”.

Fray Pedro Simon (1626), early spanish chronicler

⇦ "The cementery stone" rock painting, Sutatausa, Colombia