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Arte Mochica. Estatuilla en terracota de un guerrero. El realismo, el adecuado empleo de los colores y la habilidad retratística (especialmente expresa en las vasijas-retrato), distinguen la producción cerámica mochica, la más variada y perfeccionada del Perú precolombino.

Arte Mochica. Estatuilla en terracota de un guerrero. El realismo, el adecuado empleo de los colores y la habilidad retratística (especialmente expresa en las vasijas-retrato), distinguen la producción cerámica mochica, la más variada y perfeccionada del Perú precolombino.

Moche ceramics

I'll have a nook for a savage idol that I took from a ruined temple inn Peru." Dan Blanding (Mohica artifact suggests it was a violent culture.

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Moche Warrior Pottery — Today’s History of the World in 100 Objects

The Moche people developed an art form that includes some of the finest sculpture in the history of pottery. The range of designs makes these objects remarkable not only as art, but also as a record of the civilization from which they came. The extensive number of objects produced, suggests that the civilization was an extremely populous one, in which power and wealth were major goals.

South America: The Original Cultures - Ancient Man and His First Civilizations: Moche (See attached article by clicking on the image.

The Moche settlements extended along the hot, arid coast of northern Peru from the Lambayeque River valley, south for more than 215 miles to the Nepeña River valley. There were no towns built in the northern valleys however, here dispersed communities were built in such a way, so as not to waste the valuable irrigated agricultural lands. In these areas Ceremonial centers seem to have served as the social and cultural focal points.

South America: The Original Cultures - Ancient Man and His First Civilizations: Moche

The Moche people developed an art form that includes some of the finest sculpture in the history of pottery. The range of designs makes these objects remarkable not only as art, but also as a record of the civilization from which they came. The extensive number of objects produced, suggests that the civilization was an extremely populous one, in which power and wealth were major goals.

South America: The Original Cultures - Ancient Man and His First Civilizations

... : Peru Culture: Moche (Loma Negra) Medium: Gold, silver, stone

Earflare, Warrior Date: century Geography: Peru Culture: Moche (Loma Negra) Medium: Gold, silver, stone

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Moche portrait vessel with a stirrup-spout. High relief character in the face and great fine-line illustration. As I recall, that's probably a lime gourd for coca consumption in the figure's right hand.

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Moche ceramic pot vessel in the form of a recumbent anthropomorphic peasant playing the quena (an Andean flute). (Photo by Nathan Benn)

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Moche (Mochica) ceramic pot vessel in the form of metallurgy craftsmen smelting metal objects from gold, copper or silver in a furnace or kiln.

- Painted clay from Peru - From fifth to sixth century - Moche portrait bottle - The Moche occupied river valleys on the north coast of Peru

From the Moche culture of what is now Peru. In the Art Institute of Chicago

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