Momia encontrada en la Florida sitio arqueológico en Quito-Ecuador,vestimenta capa tejida con canutos de espondilus y concha nácar. Año 660 dc. Cultura aquí tus
Venere di Willendorf, 20000 a.c. ca., pietra calcarea scolpita a tutto tondo; Vienna, Naturhistorisches Museum.
Pre-colombian seals are pieces of clay, usually created in a cylindrical and flat shape, on different sizes that vary on length and width and with setoff drawings. They were used to mark bodies and fabrics. This Precolombian inheritance is a never ending source of design.
Jaguar Man Head Origin: Costa Rica Circa: 100 AD to 500 AD
Tumaco la Tolita Ecuador y Colombia
Pre-Columbian Ecuador, Jamacoaque Chone Standing Female Shaman Figure ; Jamacoaque Standing Female — Ecuador 300 BC - 400 AD A large Jama Coaque female figure from ancient Ecuador. This 'Chone Type' figure is wearing elaborate regalia and jewelry assemblages which indicates she is a person of great importance; a shaman or of the ruling elite. Certainly this individual is of high-ranking social status. Standing with arms to her sides with palms facing forward as is typical of the type.
Figurine of a woman weaving,maya culture,classical period,from Jaina,terracotta. Museo N.de Antropologia Mexico
Jama Coaque Terracotta Sculpture of a Standing Woman - PF.2460 Origin: Northern Manabi, Ecuador Circa: 200 BC to 600 AD Dimensions: 15" (38.1cm) high x 9.375" (23.8cm) wide Collection: Pre-Columbian Medium: Terracotta
Momia Cultura Quitus 660 dc. Quito-Ecuador. Poncho y pañuelo tejido en concha spondilus y placas de oro, nariguera oro.