Figurillas de centro y Sudamérica-Southamerican Figurines

Female-effigy ceramic burial urn, Northern Andes, Columbia, South America, 1,000–1,500 AD. 23 x 40" in circumference

Female-effigy ceramic burial urn, Northern Andes, Columbia, South America, 1,000–1,500 AD. 23 x 40" in circumference

Valdivian. The Valdivia Culture is one of the oldest settled cultures recorded in the Americas. It emerged from the earlier Las Vegas culture and thrived on the Santa Elena peninsula near the modern-day town of Valdivia, Ecuador between 3500 BC and 1800 BC.

Valdivian. The Valdivia Culture is one of the oldest settled cultures recorded in the Americas. It emerged from the earlier Las Vegas culture and thrived on the Santa Elena peninsula near the modern-day town of Valdivia, Ecuador between 3500 BC and 1800 BC.

Peru, South Coast, Wari culture Middle Horizon, c. 7th–11th century A.D. c. A.D. 600–1000 Wood with shell-and-stone inlay and silver 4 x 2 1/2 x 1 in. (10.2 x 6.4 x 2.6 cm)

Peru, South Coast, Wari culture Middle Horizon, c. 7th–11th century A.D. c. A.D. 600–1000 Wood with shell-and-stone inlay and silver 4 x 2 1/2 x 1 in. (10.2 x 6.4 x 2.6 cm)

A Large Ceramic Female Whistle, Bahia Culture, Ecuador, ca. 500 BC - 6 | Sands of Time Ancient Art

A Large Ceramic Female Whistle, Bahia Culture, Ecuador, ca. 500 BC - 6 | Sands of Time Ancient Art

Figure of Mother Holding Child Date: 3rd–5th century Geography: Peru Culture: Moche Medium: Ceramic

Figure of Mother Holding Child Date: 3rd–5th century Geography: Peru Culture: Moche Medium: Ceramic

Shark Date: 1st–5th century Geography: Colombia or Ecuador Culture: Tolita-Tumaco Medium: Ceramic

Shark Date: 1st–5th century Geography: Colombia or Ecuador Culture: Tolita-Tumaco Medium: Ceramic

Standing Ceramic Female Figure,Ecuador,Jama Coaque culture 5th century BCE-6th century CE

Standing Ceramic Female Figure,Ecuador,Jama Coaque culture 5th century BCE-6th century CE

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