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This weaving was made by the Nazca people of what is now coastal southern Peru. The Nazca culture attained its height between 200 BC and AD 600. The pre-Columbian cultures of the Andes made exquisite textiles, which often depicted mythical stories and were sometimes used as markers of status by their owners.

This weaving was made by the Nazca people of what is now coastal southern Peru. The Nazca culture attained its height between 200 BC and AD 600. The pre-Columbian cultures of the Andes made exquisite textiles, which often depicted mythical stories and were sometimes used as markers of status by their owners.

Tunic with Supernatural Figure, ca. 350–300 BCE
Peru, south coast, probably Ocucaje area
Camelid hair; simple looping; 24 x 21 in. (61 x 53 cm)
Private Collection

Tunic with Supernatural Figure, ca. 350–300 BCE Peru, south coast, probably Ocucaje area Camelid hair; simple looping; 24 x 21 in. (61 x 53 cm) Private Collection

Pre-Columbian Textile Panel, Nazca, c. 200-600 A.D., with ties at the corners, the multicolored panel depicts two spider-man figur...  Estimate: $1000  - 1500  Sold for $3,063

Pre-Columbian Textile Panel, Nazca, c. 200-600 A.D., with ties at the corners, the multicolored panel depicts two spider-man figur... Estimate: $1000 - 1500 Sold for $3,063

cultura paracas peru

Los aportes económicos, sociales, políticos y culturales que van desde la Cultura Chavín hasta el Imperio Incaico. Dividido en Horizontes y Períodos.

Textiles from Andean South America at the British Museum. The collections have been re-housed in drawer units and reorganised so they are stored in chronological order. A current project to make storage mounts for each piece will further improve the storage, making study and handling easier. I think this is the project our student Nicole Rhodes was working on?

Borde de un manto bordado, 200 aC - 600 dC, Paracas incas América del Sur

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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