• Culture/People:

    probably Nazca (Nasca) (archaeological culture) (attributed)

  • Object name:

    Double-spout-and-bridge bottle depicting faces and centipedes

  • Date created:

    AD 300-600

  • Place:

    Río Nasca (Nazca) valley; Nasca (Nazca) Province; Ica Region; Peru

  • Media/Materials:

    Pottery, paint

  • Techniques:

    Coiled/hand built, modeled, painted

  • Collection History/Provenance:

    Formerly in the collection of Miguel V. Merino Schröder; acquired by MAI in 1922.

  • Dimensions:

    19.5 x 21 cm

  • Catalog number:


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