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Panel  Date: 15th–16th century  Geography: Peru  Culture: Chancay  Medium: Cotton, camelid hair  Dimensions: H. 22 1/2 x W. 98 in. (57.2 x 248.9 cm)  Classification: Textiles-Woven  Accession Number: 1979.206.917

Panel Date: 15th–16th century Geography: Peru Culture: Chancay Medium: Cotton, camelid hair Dimensions: H. 22 1/2 x W. 98 in. (57.2 x 248.9 cm) Classification: Textiles-Woven Accession Number: 1979.206.917

Tunic with Double-Headed Serpents, ca. 350–300 BCE
Peru, south coast, probably Ocucaje area

Tunic with Double-Headed Serpents, ca. 350–300 BCE Peru, south coast, probably Ocucaje area

CHANCAY culture (Lima 1200 – 1450 AD) - Textile with cat design - wool and cotton, woven - National Gallery of Australia, Canberra

CHANCAY culture (Lima 1200 – 1450 AD) - Textile with cat design - wool and cotton, woven - National Gallery of Australia, Canberra

Openwork Headband  Date: 12th–15th century  Geography: Peru  Culture: Chancay  Medium: Cotton  Dimensions: H x W: 24 3/4 x 23 1/2in. (62.9 x 59.7cm)  Classification: Textiles-Non-Woven  Accession Number: 1978.412.254

Openwork Headband Date: 12th–15th century Geography: Peru Culture: Chancay Medium: Cotton Dimensions: H x W: 24 3/4 x 23 1/2in. (62.9 x 59.7cm) Classification: Textiles-Non-Woven Accession Number: 1978.412.254

An ancient textile from the Paracas culture of Perú depicting a figure in axe headdress surrounded by Huachuma plants. The Huachuma cactus represents perhaps the longest-used of the sacred holistic healing plants of South America.  The ceremonial use of Huachuma for healing, magical and divining purposes has been a continuous tradition in Perú for well over 3,000 years and continues today

An ancient textile from the Paracas culture of Perú depicting a figure in axe headdress surrounded by Huachuma plants. The Huachuma cactus represents perhaps the longest-used of the sacred holistic healing plants of South America. The ceremonial use of Huachuma for healing, magical and divining purposes has been a continuous tradition in Perú for well over 3,000 years and continues today

Half of a Mantle (Peru / Huari (Wari) Culture) 700 – 1000 AD; 37 ½” X 55 ¼”; Camelid Wool; Discontinuous Warp & Weft Plain Weave. Photo courtesy of Gail Martin Gallery

Half of a Mantle (Peru / Huari (Wari) Culture) 700 – 1000 AD; 37 ½” X 55 ¼”; Camelid Wool; Discontinuous Warp & Weft Plain Weave. Photo courtesy of Gail Martin Gallery

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