Moche stirup-spot vessel of pre-Columbian Peru. This shrouded figure is in tripartite face paint, blowing a pan pipe. Elsewhere, this basic image is associated with ritual dancing, the dead, and ancestor mummies.
Duck bottle from sculptors of Pre-Columbian South America, the Moche. The Moche lived in what is now northern Peru in a lose alliance of culturally affiliated tribes. Their civilization flourished between 100 AD and 800 AD. They kept ducks as pets!