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Moche Pottery Jar  Medium: Ceramic with slip paint  Dates: c. 5th – 9th Century  Culture: South American  Staten Island Museum

Moche stirup-spot vessel of pre-Columbian Peru. A portrait vessel of a man whose haircut and face-paint pattern do not seem typical for Moche culture as generally illustrated in the fine line drawings or other pottery.

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File:Bottle in form of standing feline - Moche pottery in the American Museum of Natural History -

Moche pottery vessel representing deer impersonator (100 BCE-500) from Peru at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.

Moche pottery vessel representing deer impersonator from Peru at Art Institute of Chicago.

Superb Moche Pottery Jaguar Trumpet, Peru, ca 300-500 CE

North Coast Peru, ca. Large orange-brown glazed terracotta trumpet with cream-colored highlights depicting a ferocious, open-mouth jaguar head with large fangs. A beautiful example of a playable instrument!

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When Art Meets Chemistry By Kevin Kowalski

Ceramic artist Kevin Kowalski creates mesmerizing pottery designs that are caused by chemical reactions. Using a pottery painting technique called mocha

Moche culture North coast 100 – 800 AD Stirrup vessel in the form of a cormoran ceramic , mould madem, slip, painted, fired.jpg

Moche culture North coast 100 – 800 AD Stirrup vessel in the form of a cormoran ceramic , mould madem, slip, painted, fired.

A Pre-Columbian Moche pottery stirrup vessel, depicting a crouching toad with wide eyes and a red belly.

A Pre-Columbian Moche pottery stirrup vessel, depicting a crouching toad with wide eyes and a red belly.

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

Pre-Columbian Moche Pottery Trumpet ; Moche Trumpet — Peru   400 AD - 700 AD   A nice Moche pottery trumpet from ancient Peru, dating to Phase IV. Constructed of buff gray-tan terracotta

Moche Trumpet — Peru 400 AD - 700 AD A nice Moche pottery trumpet from ancient Peru, dating to Phase IV. Constructed of buff gray-tan terracotta

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File:Bottle in snail form - Moche pottery in the American Museum of Natural History -.

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

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