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IV, Traditional women’s costume, rural community of Chahuaytire, district of Pisac, province of Calca, Cusco, Peru 2012, Mario Testino, Apr-13, From the collection of: MATE — Museo Mario Testino
Conical-spout vessel with representation of a kneeling warrior carrying a shield and staring towards the horizon, Mochica style, 200 BC - 500 AD, From the collection of: MALI, Museo de Arte de Lima
Gold, conch and turquoise ear ornament that represents lizards ML100784, Moche style, 1 AD - 800 AD, From the collection of: Museo Larco
Sculptural ceramic ceremonial vessel that represents a head offering (center right) ML032378, Nasca style, 1 AD - 800 AD, From the collection of: Museo Larco
Sculptural ceramic ceremonial vessel that represents a head offering (center right) ML032378, Nasca style, 1 AD - 800 AD, From the collection of: Museo Larco
Whistling ceramic vessel (right) ML010870, Inca-Colonial style, 1532 AD - 1600 AD, From the collection of: Museo Larco
Ceremonial vessel that represents the mythological scene of the great mother giving birth to the great snake full of fish ML100755, Chimu style, 1300 AD - 1532 AD, From the collection of: Museo Larco
Gold nose ornament that represents snakes and a rampant feline ML100751, Moche style, 1 AD - 800 AD, From the collection of: Museo Larco
Sculptural ceramic ceremonial vessel that represents a head offering (center right) ML032378, Nasca style, 1 AD - 800 AD, From the collection of: Museo Larco
Silver necklace with interlaced birds design ML100435, Chimu style, 1300 AD - 1532 AD, From the collection of: Museo Larco
Gold and turquoise whistle that represents a warrior ML100811, Moche style, 1 AD - 800 AD, From the collection of: Museo Larco
Sculptural ceramic ceremonial vessel that represents Ai Apaec, mythological hero of the Moche fighting with a crab ML010860, Moche style, 1 AD - 800 AD, From the collection of: Museo Larco
Self-portrait holding plate, Martín Chambi, ca. 1925 - ca. 1930, From the collection of: MALI, Museo de Arte de Lima
Self-portrait holding plate, Martín Chambi, ca. 1925 - ca. 1930, From the collection of: MALI, Museo de Arte de Lima
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