José Bernardo de Tagle Inti - Inca Empire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Inti (Sun Deity) from Peru (America, southern continent)

Woman in Costume for Inti Raimi Festival of the Incas, Cusco, Peru. Look at that skirt! Beautiful.

Woman in Costume for Inti Raimi Festival of the Incas, Cusco, Peru

In Rainbows, Tribal Blocks oc colour. A woman at the Inti Raime Festival, Peru Cusco Machu Picchu.

Inti. Inca religion was politeist. The Inca also venerated their dead and considered the royal family to be semi-divine, descended from the Sun. The Inti's wife was the Moon.

Inca religion was politeist. The Inca also venerated their dead and considered the royal family to be semi-divine, descended from the Sun.

Inti is the ancient Incan sun god. He is revered as the national patron of the Inca state

Inti is the ancient Incan sun god. He is revered as the national patron of the Inca (Indigenous Peruvian)

Mamacocha -  Incan Goddess of the sea  and the protector of fisherman and sailors.

Mama Cocha, Powerful Inca Goddess, who controls the rain and wind near the coastal areas of the ocean.

Tata Inti (Father Sun). Tiahuanaco, Bolivia - I think a lot of Americans have a Eurocentric view, including me, but present day Latin America has some incredible and overlooked stuff, as well as pre-Columbian

Tiahuanaco, Bolivia - I think a lot of Americans have a Eurocentric view, including me, but present day Latin America has some incredible and overlooked stuff, as well as pre-Columbian El dios princioal de los incas

The next destination in our collection inspiration is to the temples of Mexico. It's artifacts like these where #swarovski finds it #SS13 collection inspiration

In most early American societies, gold held sacred connotations because it was associated with the heavens, most especially the sun. Many gold objects had ritual or votive functions, including honoring the gods or accompanying the dead in tombs.

Mama Quilla (Inca mythology) - goddess of the moon, the menstrual cycle, and a protector of women

Mama Quilla (Inca mythology) - goddess of the moon, the menstrual cycle, and a protector of women. When Josiah is in Aztec Mexico, they pray to her.

Cusco, Peru - Inti Raymi Festival | by Sergio Pessolano. http://blog.favoroute.com/holidays-around-the-world/

Cusco, Peru - Inti Raymi Festival If Yes -click Tried, and comment if it is Really Fun.

Copper and Bronze 'Moche Warrior Insignia' Inca Mask (Peru) $70

This handmade creation is offered in partnership with NOVICA, in association with National Geographic. Angel Franco honors Inti, the Inca Sun God, with a mask adapted from the original believed to rul

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LIVING IN ARGENTINA: The Sun of May is a representation of the Inca sun god Inti. The sun is a replica of an engraving on the first Argentine coin, approved in 1813 by the Constituent Assembly. It features 32 rays, 16 undulated and 16 straight in alternation, and since 1978 it must be embroidered in the official ceremonial flag.

Inti- Incan myth: the god of the sun and agriculture. he was depicted as a sun disk with a face in the center. he was the son of Viracocha. he brought civilization to the people of earth.

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