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Bowl

Archive, Museum: Museo Nacional De Antropología, Arqueología E Historia del Peru (Lima, Peru)
Number: ID number unknown

Period: Nazca (100 to 800 AD)

Spirals arranged in a row (vertical panel). Site: Nasca Clados Number: 231 Culture: Nasca Description: bowl, ID number missing, Staatliches Museum für Völkerkunde. Chronological Era: Early Intermediate Period (EIP), Nasca 5 Phase. Iconographic Features: horizontally drawn Jagged-Staff God (Proulx 2007) or Zackenstab-Dämon (Seler 1923) depicted with Rayed Face head type, human body, and crossed legs. It holds jagged rays in its two hands. Association with serpents, jagged serpents (with feline claws), and tocapu-ish signs (spirals). Fig. 006, CL 231. Border fragment, Peru, South Coast, Paracas, c. 100-50 B.C. The Textile Museum 91.217, acquired by George Hewitt Myers in 1936. Drawing © 2010 Christiane Clados