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MOCHE culture (North coast 100 – 800 AD) - Stirrup vessel in the form of a feline - Ceramic

MOCHE culture (North coast 100 – 800 AD) - Stirrup vessel in the form of a feline - Ceramic

Botella asa estribo que muestra a una perra amamantando a sus cachorros ♥, 1100 - 1470 Cultura Chimú

Botella asa estribo que muestra a una perra amamantando a sus cachorros ♥, 1100 - 1470 Cultura Chimú

Moche III Stirrup Vessel of Iguana Lord, Peru. Repinned by Elizabeth VanBuskirk, author of "Beyond the Stones of Machu Picchu: Folk Tales and Stories of Inca Life."

Moche III Stirrup Vessel of Iguana Lord, Peru. Repinned by Elizabeth VanBuskirk, author of "Beyond the Stones of Machu Picchu: Folk Tales and Stories of Inca Life."

Vessel; Moche, 100-700 AD  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Moche (a pre-Inca culture that flourished on the coast of Peru in the to centuries AD) Vessel, AD. The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Moche sea lion hunt vessel. Repinned by Elizabeth VanBuskirk

Moche sea lion hunt vessel. Repinned by Elizabeth VanBuskirk

Mochica (Moche) Culture, 200BC-800AD, north coast ceramic 'stirrup-spout' vessel with a musician blowing a panpipe, Peru

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.

The Salinar culture, Tampere Art Museum - Incas and Their Predecessors - Three Millenia of Pre-Columbian Peru

The Salinar culture, Tampere Art Museum - Incas and Their Predecessors - Three Millenia of Pre-Columbian Peru

ancient peruvian pottery | Moche Artwork

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!

.Effigy vessel  Artist Unknown (Moche) (Peru, South America), 200-600. What animal do you think this is?

Effigy vessel Artist Unknown (Moche) (Peru, South America), What animal do you think this is?

This is a classic Mayan chocolate pot used in feasts sponsored by the ruling elite. This is at the Walters Art Museum in the special exhibition "Exploring Art of the Ancient Americas: The John Bourne Collection Gift." http://art.thewalters.org/detail/80194/lidded-vessel/

ancientpeoples: “Lidded Cacao-Drinking VesselMaya (present-day Guatemala) AD (Early Classic) Earthenware, slip with incising “The Classic Maya political landscape was divided into more than.

Seal Effigy Stirrup Vessel, Moche, ceramic blackware, circa D 50-800 (Early Intermediate-Middle Horizon)

Seal Effigy Stirrup Vessel, Moche, ceramic blackware, circa D (Early Intermediate-Middle Horizon)

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

Stirrup Spout Vessel Incised with Anthropomorphic FishMoche, 100 B.C./A.D. 500 North coast, Peru   Ceramic and pigmentArt Institute of Chicago

Stirrup Spout Vessel Incised with Anthropomorphic Fish Moche, 100 B. 500 North coast, Peru Ceramic and pigment Art Institute of Chicago

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