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Museo Larco, Lima, Peru

Sculptural ceramic ceremonial vessel that represents a mythological killing whale

NAZCA culture South coast 100 – 700 AD Vessel in the form of a warrior 200-400 AD ceramic

NAZCA culture South coast 100 – 700 AD Vessel in the form of a warrior AD ceramic

Peruvian ceramics

Ceremonial Inca Vase with Jaguar handles INCA ceramics were painted using the polychrome technique portraying numerous motifs including animals, birds, waves, felines ( popular in the Chavin culture) and geometric patterns found in the Nazca ceramics.

Nazca culture - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia-Killer Whale, Nazca Culture, pottery, Larco Museum. Lima, Perú

Nazteca pottery The Nazca culture (also Nasca) flourished from 100 BCE to 800 CE beside the dry southern coast of Peru in the river valleys of the Rio Grande de Nazca drainage and the Ica Valley

ancient peruvian pottery | Peruvian Pottery,

Seated Figure Bottle Date: century Geography: Peru Culture: Moche Medium: Ceramic Dimensions: Overall: 6 in.

Ceramica de la cultura Nasca,que se desarrollo del siglo I hasta el XI d.c.

Nazca polychrome vessel as a life threatening anthropomorphic being from heaven. Contains comet metaphors like 'beard', tail, fish and seems to throwing a stone(?) which might be a metaphor for a meteorite. Pinned by Gilbert de Jong.

Double-Spout, Bridge-Handle Vessel. Palpa, Peru. Nasca, Early Intermediate Period,  325-440

Brooklyn Museum: Arts of the Americas: Double-Spout, Bridge-Handle Vessel

Peru, South Coast, Wari culture Middle Horizon, c. 7th–11th century A.D. c. A.D. 600–1000 Wood with shell-and-stone inlay and silver 4 x 2 1/2 x 1 in. (10.2 x 6.4 x 2.6 cm)

Costa sul do Peru, Cultura Wari, Horizonte Médio, séculos VII…

Wari ceramic vessel

Feline Bottle Date: century Geography: Peru Culture: Wari Medium: Ceramic Dimensions: H. x x cm) Classification: Ceramics-Containers

Nasca culture thrived on the south coast of present-day Peru for several hundred years, from 200 BC to AD 600.

Nasca culture thrived on the south coast of present-day Peru for several hundred years, from 200 BC to AD

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