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2nd–1st century B.C. Paracas figure durm Collection | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

ancientpeoples: Ceramics figure drum Peruvian drum used for religious rituals.

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Drum / Peru / Nasca culture,  1st century

Drum Century AD Nasca Culture, Peru Ceramic drums with central, bulging sounding chambers were made in southern Peru at the turn of the first millennium. Among the most elaborately finished are those of Nasca style. They were surfaced with the.

The name Lambayeque is a Spanish derivation of the god Yampellec, said to have been worshipped by the first Lambayeque king, Naymlap. The Spanish colonists gave the name to the early people, also known as the Sicán, whose culture lasted from about AD 750 to 1375. They preceded the Inca Empire.

The name Lambayeque is a Spanish derivation of the god Yampellec, said to have…

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Cypriot Painted Ceramic Oinochoe 17083 Culture : Cypriot Period : Iron Age, (ca. 650-550 B.C.) Material : Greek Ceramic Dimensions :...

Cypriot Painted Ceramic Oinochoe 17083 Culture : Cypriot Period : Iron Age, (ca.

Pitcher (oinochoe).Dated 740–730 B.C. Dimensions, Greece Period Late Geometric Period

Dimensions Height: cm in.) Medium Ceramic Collections The Ancient World Classifications Vessels Culture Greek Place of Manufacture Boiotia, Greece Period Late Geometric Period

Nazca potters were the first to master the technique of polychrome slip painting. Slips were made of clay particles and mineral pigments suspended in water; they were applied onto the surface of the vessels before the firing process, when the clay was still moist

Seated Figure Bottle Date: century Geography: Peru Culture: Nasca Medium: Ceramic

Peruvian Pre Columbian whistle pot

The pot has been reassembled from many pieces and is now in stable condition and the whistle seems to work, there is still one small loss to the nose of the figure on the front.

Moche sculptural stirrup spout bottle: Decapitator God Mochica culture.1AD-800AD Apogee epoch Museo Larco-Lima

Moche sculptural stirrup spout bottle: Decapitator God Mochica culture.1AD-800AD Apogee epoch Museo Larco-Lima

Moche sculptural stirrup spout bottle.   Moche (Mochica) Culture (North Coastal Peru): sculptural stirrup spout bottle representing a noble person (Moche botella representación escultórica de rostro)  Apogee Epoch (100 AD - 800 AD)  Lima: Museo Nacional de Arqueología Antropología e Historia del Perú    The Moche Culture was one of the few ancient civilizations which produced true portraits. These works accurately represent anatomical features in great detail.

Moche sculptural stirrup spout bottle. Moche (Mochica) Culture (North Coastal Peru): sculptural stirrup spout bottle representing a noble person (Moche botella representación escultórica de rostro) Apogee Epoch (100 AD - 800 AD) Lima: Museo Nacional de Arqueología Antropología e Historia del Perú The Moche Culture was one of the few ancient civilizations which produced true portraits. These works accurately represent anatomical features in great detail.

Birds of the Andes | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Various Ceramic Bottles and Jars - Peru, Nazca Culture, Century BC to Century CE

INCA VASE WITH MONKEY – PERU (1200-1532)

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