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Colombia | Figure pendant, Tairona style |  Cast Gold | 10th-16th century <3

Colombia | Figure pendant, Tairona style | Cast Gold | 10th-16th century <3

Ceremonial Knife (tumi), 9th–11th century Peru, Sicán (Lambayeque) Gold, silver, turquoise

Metropolitan Museum of Art Ceremonial Knife (tumi), century Peru, Sicán (Lambayeque) Gold, silver, turquoise

Mictlantecutli: Aztec God  Lord of the dead and ruler of the Aztec underworld. Often seen as a skeleton or a figure wearing a skull. Your animals are the spider, bat and owl

Mictlantecutli: Aztec God Lord of the dead and ruler of the Aztec underworld. Often seen as a skeleton or a figure wearing a skull. Your animals are the spider, bat and owl

Inca Art - Art 1: Prehistoric Art through Ancient Roman Art - CF Library at College of Central Florida

Befits my novel, "Big Inca versus a New Pony Express Rider" .

The great Aztec Sun Stone (12 feet in diameter) was unearthed in Mexico in 1790 and remains one of the most remarkable vestiges of the Aztec Empire ever found.

The great Aztec Sun Stone feet in diameter) was unearthed in Mexico in 1790 and remains one of the most remarkable vestiges of the Aztec Empire ever found.

MAYAN FACE CERAMIC CLAY MASK el salvador MAYA POTTERY 001

Man Face Tribal Ethnic Mask ~ CNS polymer clay mold in Crafts, Home Arts & Crafts, Ceramics & Pottery

The Lord of Sipán is the name of a mummy of an elite man found in Sipán by Peruvian archaeologist Walter Alva in 1987. The tomb is in Sipán's Huaca Rajada, an area in Chiclayo. The Lord of Sipán tomb is a Moche culture site in Peru

Makes me chuckle this ancient Peruvian earring from the tomb of the 'Lord of Sipan'

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Paracas vessel, ca. 200 BC–AD 1 - Ica Region, Peru - Clay, paint - Infinity of Nations: Art and History in the Collections of the National Museum of the American Indian - George Gustav Heye Center, New York

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