eHumanity: free portal for digital native-american cultural items

Advanced Search

Image Only


Search for    from   in   during 




 
Showing search results(1 of 14267)

Stirrup-spout bottle in the form of a male captive  (Containers and Vessels)  "AD 200-400"

Courtesy of National Museum of the American Indian



More Information

Time Period:

200-400

Materials:

Pottery, paint

Techniques:

Mold-made, modeled, painted

Dimensions:

13 x 8 x 7 cm

Cultures:

American Indians, Andes, Central Andes, Moche (Mochica) (archaeological culture), Native Americans, South America

Site Name:

Chicama

City:

Chicama

County:

Ascope Province

State:

La Libertad Region

Country:

Peru

Collection History:

Collection history unknown; formerly in the collection of Stanley Selengut (an importer of Andean crafts); purchased by MAI in 1966 using funds donated by Dr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Sackler (Arthur Sackler, 1913-1987, was a New York City physician, philanthropist, and art collector).

Source ID:

NMAI_254499

Catalog Number:

23/8958

Album Name:

Comments / Posts

Please login to ehumanity to comment/reply/report abuse