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Reference Name LCNCC : 1963.65

grey, unglazed pot, bulbous oval body with small narrow flaring neck, pot represents macaw eating fruit, with pointed tail as one shoulder of the pot, head as the other, eyes concentric incised rings, long curved bill, fruit is held by hands, long narrow ridges on sides of pot suggesting arms, raised dot decoration above arms, flat asymmetrical bottom

Physical Dimensions:

  • length: mm
  • width: mm
  • height: 750mm
  • diameter: 570mm

Material: pottery

Quantity: 1

Period: 14th Century

Period: 15th Century

Production Place: Peru, South America


ethnic group: Chimu

Place Name: Peru

Place Name: South America


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