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Jar for storing food or drink decorated with a painted depiction of a bird, possibly Featured Tiwanaku: Spiritual and Political Centre of the Tiwanaku Culture Print

Jar for storing food or drink decorated with a painted depiction of a bird, possibly

Jar for storing food or drink decorated with a painted depiction of a bird, possibly an eagle or condor. At this period the neighbouring Peruvian Huari culture exercised an influence over the art of the Tiahuanaco in what is now northern Bolivia. Country of Origin: Bolivia. Culture: Tiahuanaco. Date/Period: 700-900 AD. Place of Origin: Southern Peru/Northern Bolivia. Material Size: Ceramic. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Museum fur Volkerkunde, Berlin . Location: 11

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Two discs of turquoise and shell (and possibly jet), portraying alternating stylised Featured Tiwanaku: Spiritual and Political Centre of the Tiwanaku Culture Print

Two discs of turquoise and shell (and possibly jet), portraying alternating stylised

Two discs of turquoise and shell (and possibly jet), portraying alternating stylised representations of a bird and a feline, perhaps a condor and a puma. Used either as earrings or worn on clothing. Country of Origin: Peru. Culture: Huari / Tiahuanaco. Date/Period: c.500 - 1000 AD. Place of Origin: Southern Peru/ northern Bolivia. Material Size: Turquoise, shell. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/Private Collection. Location: 10

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Stele from Tiahuanaco showing Viracocha, the 'Staff God', a celestial creation deity Featured Tiwanaku: Spiritual and Political Centre of the Tiwanaku Culture Print

Stele from Tiahuanaco showing Viracocha, the 'Staff God', a celestial creation deity

Stele from Tiahuanaco showing Viracocha, the 'Staff God', a celestial creation deity. The square eyes and rectangular mouth are typical of Tiahuanaco stone carving. The staffs held in each hand have been damaged. Country of Origin: Bolivia. Culture: Tiahuanaco. Date/Period: 500-1200 AD. Place of Origin: La Paz region. Material Size: Stone. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Museum fur Volkerkunde, Berlin . Location: 11

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