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Feline container - Valdivia, Ecuador (4500-1500BC)

This stone mortar, in feline form, was probably used to pulverize .

Dark Green Feline Mortar (1100 BCE - 300 BCE) | Chorrera-Valdivia Culture - Ecuador - The Curator's Eye

Dark Green Feline Mortar (1100 BCE - 300 BCE) | Chorrera-Valdivia Culture - Ecuador - The Curator's Eye

Feline Mortar - Chorrera-Valdivia Culture - Ecuador 1100 - 300 BC Epidote Bearing Alabaster- William Siegal Gallery

Feline Mortar - Chorrera-Valdivia Culture - Ecuador 1100 - 300 BC Epidote Bearing Alabaster- William Siegal Gallery

Pre-Columbian Ecuador, Jamacoaque Chone Standing Female Shaman Figure ; Jamacoaque Standing Female — Ecuador   300 BC - 400 AD   A large Jama Coaque female figure from ancient Ecuador. This 'Chone Type' figure is wearing elaborate regalia and jewelry assemblages which indicates she is a person of great importance; a shaman or of the ruling elite. Certainly this individual is of high-ranking social status. Standing with arms to her sides with palms facing forward as is typical of the type.

Pre-Columbian Ecuador, Jamacoaque Chone Standing Female Shaman Figure ; Jamacoaque Standing Female — Ecuador 300 BC - 400 AD A large Jama Coaque female figure from ancient Ecuador. This 'Chone Type' figure is wearing elaborate regalia and jewelry assemblages which indicates she is a person of great importance; a shaman or of the ruling elite. Certainly this individual is of high-ranking social status. Standing with arms to her sides with palms facing forward as is typical of the type.

Whistle Bottle 950 B.C. - 350 B.C. Chorrera Culture, Ecuadorian North CoastThe artist has constructed a geometrical bottle, composed of twelve pentagonal facets, that may be interpreted as an idealized fruit or a mineral crystal (desimonewayland)

desimonewayland: Whistle Bottle 950 B. - 350 B. Chorrera Culture, Ecuadorian North CoastThe artist has constructed a geometrical bottle, composed of twelve pentagonal facets, that may be interpreted as an idealized fruit or a mineral crystal.

Valdivia culture - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ~ "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."

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.

View 1: Chorrera Standing Female Figure Ecuador

Chorrera Standing Female Figure, 1500 BC - 300 BC Location of Origin: Ecuador Medium/Materials: Terra Cotta

Casa del Alabado. Museo de Arte Precolombino  Sellos como este eran usados para decorarse el cuerpo. Cultura Jama Coaque. Ecuador

Casa del Alabado. Museo de Arte Precolombino Sellos como este eran usados para decorarse el cuerpo. Cultura Jama Coaque. Ecuador

Rare and unusual limestone bowl standing on a low foot with slightly flared walls. Incised design on exterior of stylized faces with triangular incisions and drilled eyes and mouths. Background: Valdi

A rare Valdivia Stone Bowl, Ecuador, 2300-2000 BC

Rare and unusual limestone bowl standing on a low foot with slightly flared walls. Incised design on exterior of stylized faces with triangular incisions and drilled eyes and mouths.

Chavin Ceremonial Stone Serpent Mortar, Peru

An online gallery specializing in ancient and ethnographic sculpture with an emphasis on Pre Columbian, North American Indian and Eskimo Art.

STATUETTE ANTHROPOMORPHE CULTURE MEZCALA ETAT DE GUERRERO, MEXIQUE PRÉCLASSIQUE RÉCENT, 300-100 AV. J.-C.

STATUETTE ANTHROPOMORPHE CULTURE MEZCALA ETAT DE GUERRERO, MEXIQUE PRÉCLASSIQUE RÉCENT, 300-100 AV. J.-C.

Valdivia Venus Figures — Ecuador   3000 BC - 2500 BC   Valdivia pottery "Venus" figures from Ecuador. Rare and very early artifacts; Valdivia is among the earliest known cultures to create art in the Americas.

Valdivia Venus Figures — Ecuador 3000 BC - 2500 BC Valdivia pottery "Venus" figures from Ecuador. Rare and very early artifacts; Valdivia is among the earliest known cultures to create art in the Americas.

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