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Jar in the Form of a Standing Figure, ceramic and pigment, 100 BCE/500 CE, Moche; North coast, Peru

Jar in the Form of a Standing Figure, ceramic and pigment, 100 BCE/500 CE, Moche; North coast, Peru

MOCHE CERAMICS: Photograph of a Moche (Mochica) ceramic pot vessel in the form of metallurgy craftsmen smelting metal objects in a furnace or kiln. The Moche culture began about 200 B.C., lasting to about 1000 A.C. inhabiting the North Coast of Peru. Much Mochican clay pottery survives, often painted with red and white slip.

Famosos por su arquitectura monumental y su rica cultura visual, los Moche habitaron la costa norte de Perú durante el período Intermedio Temprano dC). Los descubrimientos arqueológicos en el siglo pasado y la difusión de los artefactos Moche...

Vessel in the Form of a Warrior, ceramic and pigment, 100 BCE/500 CE, Moche; Chimbote, Santa Valley, north coast, Peru

Vessel in the Form of a Warrior, ceramic and pigment, 100 BCE/500 CE, Moche; Chimbote, Santa Valley, north coast, Peru

Vessel in the Form of a Deer Impersonator, ceramic and pigment, 100 BCE/500 CE, Moche; Chimbote, Santa Valley, north coast, Peru

Vessel in the Form of a Deer Impersonator, ceramic and pigment, 100 BCE/500 CE, Moche; Chimbote, Santa Valley, north coast, Peru

Jar in the Form of a Seated Figure, ceramic and pigment, 100 BCE/500 CE, Moche; North coast, Peru

Jar in the Form of a Seated Figure, ceramic and pigment, 100 BCE/500 CE, Moche; North coast, Peru

Vessel in the Form of a Royal Messenger, ceramic and pigment, 100 BCE/500 CE, Moche; North coast, Peru

Vessel in the Form of a Royal Messenger, ceramic and pigment, 100 BCE/500 CE, Moche; North coast, Peru

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