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New Book In Progress: Enigmas Of The Ancient Paracas Culture Of Peru - Hidden Inca Tours

textile with cat design 1200-1450 AD / Chancay culture Peru

CHANCAY culture (Lima 1200 – 1450 AD) - Textile with cat design - wool and cotton, woven - National Gallery of Australia, Canberra

Mascaras Inca y precolombina. |

Mascaras Inca y precolombina.

Necropolis manto (cloak or mantle), Paracas, Peru, ca.500 BC | Museum of Archaeology, Anthroplogy and History of Peru, Lima

Necropolis manto (cloak or mantle), Paracas, Peru, BC

Huari Pre-Columbian Polychrome Textile Fragment, depicting an abstract human with raised hands, mounted on cloth, 7 x 5 3/4 in.

Huari Pre-Columbian Polychrome Textile Fragment, depicting an abstract human with raised hands, mounted on cloth, 7 x 5 in.

Wari, Tunic Fragment, Peru, 7th-9th century. Repinned by Elizabeth VanBuskirk. Fragment is from a royal tunic. The figures are abstracted from the so-called "messengers" flanking a "crying" god sculpture on a gate in Tiahuanaco, Bolivia. The figures on the gate were repeated again and again in varying abstractions, In some they become simply code-like --the eye with its "tear," the feet, mouth, headdress, bent x-ray-like legs, and staff. Fascinating study. Pinned on "Inca & pre-inca…

Pre-Columbian Tunic Fragment Date: century Geography: Peru Culture: Wari Medium: Camelid hair, cotton Accession Number:

Région de Paracas (Ica, Pérou). "Manto" (détail) : créature anthropomorphe tenant un couteau de sacrifice et une tête-trophée. Culture Paracas, style Necropolis. Laine. Hauteur du motif : 0.210 m. Lima, Museo Nacional de Antropologia y Arqueologia.

Région de Paracas (Ica, Pérou). "Manto" (détail) : créature anthropomorphe tenant un couteau de sacrifice et une tête-trophée. Culture Paracas, style Necropolis. Laine. Hauteur du motif : 0.210 m. Lima, Museo Nacional de Antropologia y Arqueologia.

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A pre Inca Textile (Paracas Culture - Peru) about 100 AD. Elaborate textiles were excavated from Paracas on the south coast of Peru because it almost never rains on the coast. A burial mantel showing people gyrating in ritual dance.

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