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    Beaker
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    Stepped 7 - Two Circles
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    Paired Element
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    Paired Element
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    Band Of Paired Elements
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Beaker

Archive, Museum: Ethnologisches Museum Berlin (E.M. Berlin) (Berlin, Germany)
Number: V A 34841, Herrmann Collection 1913

Period: Tiahuanaco (Tiwanaku IV and V periods between AD 300 and AD 1000)

Beaker showing Tocapus composed of pendant and standing volutes which are seperated by a diagonal band in the shape of a serpent body. Paired elements (so-called paired element, see Sawyer in Rowe Menzel 1967,166 Paired Elements a (Volute/Volute)) can also be seen on the bottom panel. Tiwanaku style. Provenience: Tiwanaku. Colors: Dark and light brown, beige, white, reddish brown. Height: 18,4 cm, Dm: 14 cm. V A 34841, Herrmann Collection 1913. Ethnologisches Museum Berlin. Eisleb 1980, 41.Clados Fig. 144. Related Object: Korpisaari 2006, 131, fig. 7.29 vasija of burial 24, Tiraska.