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Peru, Pre-Inca civilization, Nazca culture, Double spout and bridge vessel with painted snake figures

Peru, Pre-Inca civilization, Nazca culture, Double spout and bridge vessel with painted snake figures

Double-Spout, Bridge-Handle Vessel. Palpa, Peru. Nasca, Early Intermediate Period,  325-440

Brooklyn Museum: Arts of the Americas: Double-Spout, Bridge-Handle Vessel

Nazca

Miniature Nazca Figural vessel,<br>ca.

Pottery Vessel 399. Description: Exquisite Large Chancay Pottery Vessel -A.D. 11-2-1532 Olla or water jar. Decorated with a feline figure from the Chancay Valley, Peru Gift of Dr. Edward Howell to the

Pottery Vessel : Exquisite Large Chancay Pottery Vessel from Peru A.D. 1102-1532 #399

Pottery Vessel Description: Exquisite Large Chancay Pottery Vessel -A. Olla or water jar. Decorated with a feline figure from the Chancay Valley, Peru Gift of Dr. Edward Howell to the

Peru, Pre-Inca civilization, Nazca culture, Double spout and bridge vessel with painted pelican figure

Peru, Pre-Inca civilization, Nazca culture, Double spout and bridge vessel with painted pelican figure

Inka terraced vessel  AD 1425–1532  Lima, Peru Clay,  paint 31 x 18 x 26 cm  Purchased from Alan Lapiner

Inka terraced vessel - Infinity of Nations: Art and History in the Collections of the National Museum of the American Indian - George Gustav Heye Center, New York

Nazca Culture Killer Whale, Museo Larco, Lima, Peru. The Nazca culture flourished from 100 BCE to 800 CE beside the dry southern coast of Peru in the river valleys of the Rio Grande de Nazca drainage and the Ica Valley. Having been heavily influenced by the preceding Paracas culture, which was known for extremely complex textiles, the Nazca produced an array of beautiful crafts and technologies such as ceramics, textiles, and geoglyphs (most commonly known as the Nazca lines).

This is a sculptural ceramic bottle depicting a mythological killing-whale, mythological animal of the Nazca culture which captures heads. In some represen.

Cerámica Nazca

Cerámica Nazca

Chancay ceramicists. It represents a largely nude female standing figure. Frontal poses such as this seem to characterize much of the effigy ware of the Late Intermediate Period.

It represents a largely nude female standing figure. Frontal poses such as this seem to characterize much of the effigy ware of the Late Intermediate Period.

Two-headed snakes, dragons, frogs, and birds are among the pre-Colombian cave pictographs carved in this gourd. Each gourd is unique.

Two-headed snakes, dragons, frogs, and birds are among the pre-Colombian cave pictographs carved in this gourd. Each gourd is unique.

Terracotta Patterned Vase Pre-Columbian Style with Geometric Patterns 22 x 31 cm

Terracotta Patterned Vase Pre-Columbian Style with Geometric Patterns 22 x 31 cm

Moche ceramics from Peru/ Moche owl

Moche ceramics from Peru/ Moche owl

Moche sea goddess peru | Links: Top 100 Gold Artifacts , Mochica Gold Figure with Sacrificial ...

Moche sea goddess peru with Sacrificial (gold artifacts)

Breastplate Gold A.D. 1000 - A.D. 1600 Los Robles, Jamundí, Valle del Cauca 15,8 x 12,8 cm Colombia

Breastplate Gold A. 1600 Los Robles, Jamundí, Valle del Cauca x cm Colombia

Inca Gold

Inca Gold Figurine - John Weinstein © The Field Museum

Tribus de America:  Museo del Oro-Bogota

Tribus de America: Museo del Oro-Bogota

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