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Deer-Headed Figure Vessel, 50-650 AD     Central Andes, North Coast, Moche, Early Intermediate Period

artistsanimals: “Title: Deer-Headed Figure Vessel Origin: Central Andes, North Coast, Moche people Date: Medium: Ceramic, slip Size: x x cm x 5 ½ x

Temple Effigy Stirrup Vessel Chavín  900-200 BC (Initial Period-Early Horizon)  ceramic brownware

Temple Effigy Stirrup Vessel Chavín 900-200 BC (Initial Period-Early Horizon) ceramic brownware

Pre-Columbian Art. Inca. Chavin Culture. Anthropomorphic Ceramic. Peru Giclee Print

Pre-Columbian Art. Inca. Chavin Culture. Anthropomorphic Ceramic. Peru

Pre-Columbian Art. Inca. Chavin Culture. Anthropomorphic Ceramic. Peru Giclee Print

Chavin Embarcación Blackware (1409-1000 aC).  Southeby de

Chavin Culture in Peru

The Chavin were the first known pre-Columbian Andean civilization in the Andean highlands area of modern day Peru.

View Full-Size. Deer figure, ancient Peru. Repinned by Elizabeth VanBuskirk. From this pottery we can see that there were deer in Peru long ago during the Moche era.

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From this pottery we can see that there were deer in Peru long ago during the Moche era.

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Just pinning this one for my own amusement-- Moche Squatting Corpse Stirrup Vessel - Origin: Northern Coast of Peru Circa: 200 AD to 600 AD Dimensions: high Catalogue: Collection: Pre-Columbian Medium: Terracotta

Pottery; Pre-Columbian, Cupisnique, Effigy Vessel, 9 inch.

Pre-Columbian pottery effigy vessel, Peru, circa 900 to 400 B., brownware stirrup spout form with opposing feline-headed serpents, incised detail.

Moche culture in Peru - figure with giant fish and sun hat/halo...

Moche culture in Peru - figure with giant fish and sun hat/halo.

Yoruba Twin Figure, Oyo, Nigeria Ere Ibeji Height: 9 7/8 in (25 cm) Collected in situ by Prof. Peter Morton-Williams in 1955

Yoruba Twin Figure, Oyo, Nigeria Ere Ibeji Height: 9 in cm) Collected in situ by Prof. Peter Morton-Williams in 1955

102 STIRRUP-SPOUT VESSEL IN GOURD FORM Chavin 1973.91

102 STIRRUP-SPOUT VESSEL IN GOURD FORM Chavin 1973.91

Cerámica Chavín (1400-1000 aC).  Arte Museo de Minneapolis, Minnesota

Chavin Culture in Peru

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