Pre-Columbian Artifacts for Seasoned and Inspired Collectors Alike
An exceptional Nazca ceremonial club. One of the hardest items to come by intact
from this region with these outstanding features. The wood handle is probably made
from the Mastodon palm. Parrot feathers surround and trim the lower base of the six
pointed stone head. The maker did not hold back in demonstrating that this club was
made for a very high status individual. The outer mace has been incised with a humanoid
figure. Each point is adorned with an appendage. Under magnification, tiny clear
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A unique scientific and illustrated study on one of the oldest and most enduring genres of ceramics in Ecuador: the sello, or seal.
This book provides a full description of 103 burials, spanning a period of more than 3,500 years. useful to specialists in Andean and New World archaeology as well as to collectors of pre-Columbian art.
If you are searching for a book that ties together Andean mythology, Incan Historical Data and a new approach to those applications and relevancies into today, this book will impress you. Specially Priced