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Símbolos utilizados en los textiles mapuche

Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino » Selk´nam

Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino » Selk´nam

Mapuche- southwestern Argentina and south-central Chile

Mapuche- southwestern Argentina and south-central Chile

Four-Cornered Hat, 5th–9th century  Peru, Wari  Camelid hair  H. 7 in. (17.8 cm), Diam. 22 3/4 in.

Four-Cornered Hat, 5th–9th century Peru, Wari Camelid hair H. 7 in. (17.8 cm), Diam. 22 3/4 in.

Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino » Selk´nam

Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino » Selk´nam

Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino » Selk´nam

Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino » Selk´nam

Tiwanaku. Alucinógenos.  i guess that means hallucinogenics and therefore this goes under mythology.

Tiwanaku. Alucinógenos. i guess that means hallucinogenics and therefore this goes under mythology.

Beaker (kero): [Peru; Tiwanaku] (1978.412.214) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Beaker (kero): [Peru; Tiwanaku] (1978.412.214) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino » Selk´nam

Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino » Selk´nam


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Selk´nam People - Tierra del Fuego. Fotografía de Martín Gusinde.

Selk´nam People - Tierra del Fuego. Fotografía de Martín Gusinde.

plug for the bottom of Container in the form of a Sacrificer, 600-1000                                                Peru, Middle Horizon, Wari Culture, 7th -11th century

plug for the bottom of Container in the form of a Sacrificer, 600-1000 Peru, Middle Horizon, Wari Culture, 7th -11th century

Wari, Tunic Fragment, Peru, 7th-9th century:

Wari, Tunic Fragment, Peru, 7th-9th century:

Four cornered woven hat, Tiwanaku, North Highlands of Bolivia, Middle Horizon

Four cornered woven hat, Tiwanaku, North Highlands of Bolivia, Middle Horizon

Pariti: Treasure Island, Lake Titicaca, Bolivia | Another kero with classic Tiahuanaco designs distributed in three bands and a fantastic animal in the ridge (recurrent in the art tiahuanaco and that the archaeologists call sachapuma) with characteristics of a feline and the white collar that the condors carry. Image taken from "The Magic of Titicaca" published by the BCP ..

Pariti: Treasure Island, Lake Titicaca, Bolivia | Another kero with classic Tiahuanaco designs distributed in three bands and a fantastic animal in the ridge (recurrent in the art tiahuanaco and that the archaeologists call sachapuma) with characteristics of a feline and the white collar that the condors carry. Image taken from "The Magic of Titicaca" published by the BCP ..

OR - Original Reproductions

OR - Original Reproductions

Four-Cornered Hat  Date:7th–9th century Geography:Bolivia (?) Culture:Tiwanaku Medium:Camelid hair Dimensions:Height 4 in.

Four-Cornered Hat Date:7th–9th century Geography:Bolivia (?) Culture:Tiwanaku Medium:Camelid hair Dimensions:Height 4 in.

Cerámica  Periodo: Medio 700- 1100 d.C.  Medidas: 130mm de alto  Código de pieza: MCHAP 3004  cultura Tiwanaku

Cerámica Periodo: Medio 700- 1100 d.C. Medidas: 130mm de alto Código de pieza: MCHAP 3004 cultura Tiwanaku

El estilo Tiahuanaco de cerámica presenta detalles simétricos, es realista y con una combinación de los colores negro, ocre, rojo, blanco y gris. El tipo más común de vasija es el “kero”, decorado en uno de los lados con una cara de formas aparentemente humanas, presentada en bajo relieve.

El estilo Tiahuanaco de cerámica presenta detalles simétricos, es realista y con una combinación de los colores negro, ocre, rojo, blanco y gris. El tipo más común de vasija es el “kero”, decorado en uno de los lados con una cara de formas aparentemente humanas, presentada en bajo relieve.

Pariti: Treasure Island, Lake Titicaca, Bolivia | Representation of a duck, abundant animal in the Titicaca. Image taken from "Archaeological Investigations in Pariti" by Jédu Sagárnaga.

Pariti: Treasure Island, Lake Titicaca, Bolivia | Representation of a duck, abundant animal in the Titicaca. Image taken from "Archaeological Investigations in Pariti" by Jédu Sagárnaga.

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