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Tomb of the Lord of Sipan in Chiclayo, Peru, Discovered in 1987, Contained Riches Rivaling Those of King Tut (Tumba del Señor de Sipán en Chiclayo, Perú, descubierto en 1987, riquezas contenidas rivalizan con los del rey Tut)

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The Tomb of the Lord of Sipan, Mochican Warrior Priest

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Gold Artifacts Moche (Mochica) Culture, 100 to 700AD, NCoast nose-ring from Old Lord of Sipan Tomb, 200AD, masterpiece in miniature of warrior-chief, Peru

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Tombs of Sipán

The shockingly unspoiled Peruvian tomb of the Lord of Sipan was once guarded by a footless warrior

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Tomb of the Lord of Sipan in Chiclayo, Peru contains reproductions of riches that were found in the grave in 1987, said to rival those of King Tut

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Una joya, perteneciente al Señor de Sipan - Cultura Moche -Jhabich

Handmade alpaca Cardigan inspired in the King of Sipan peruvian King very popular in the Peruvian culture. Visit www.raffa.com.pe

Gold Artifacts Moche (Mochica) Culture, 100 to 700AD, NCoast funeral mask from the Old Lord of Sipan Tomb, 200AD, with gilded pectoral of Octopus arms, Peru

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Warrior Priest (Figure A), Sacrifice Ceremony

Warrior Priest (Figure A in Sacrifice Ceremony) * Artifacts recovered with the Lord of Sipan proved to be the regalia of the Warrior Priest. Artifacts buried with el Senor that appear with the Warrior Priest include a conical helmet, a large crescent-shaped headdress, large circular ear ornaments, large bracelets, a large crescent shaped nose ornament, cones hanging from the fringe of a garment, and finally, a gold and silver scepter gripped in his right hand.

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Wooden sculpture - statue Lord of Sipan handcarved from ishpingo Amazon wood. Peruvian artwork. US $ 59.00 free shipping from peruincamarket