Pre-Inca civilization, Peru, 14th century. Chimu civilization. Golden vase with reliefs. From the Lambayeque treasure.

Pre-Inca civilization, Peru, 14th century. Chimu civilization. Golden vase with reliefs. From the Lambayeque treasure.

Pre-Inca art goes on display in Texas museum

Pre-Inca art goes on display in Texas museum

An ornament shaped Moche hybrid half-cat, half-octopus animal.

An ornament shaped Moche hybrid half-cat, half-octopus animal.

... pre-Inca   Art ... Mochica ... by Juan Carlos Alcoser, via Behance

... pre-Inca Art ... Mochica ... by Juan Carlos Alcoser, via Behance

Moche (Mochica) culture gold ear ornaments Apogee Epoch (100 - 800 AD) Each measures 7.8 cm across Lima: Museo Larco www.museolarco.org/catalogo/ficha.php?id=9196 www.museolarco.org/catalogo/ficha.php?id=9197  This set of gold earrings use turquoise and malachite shells to represent iguanas. Ear ornaments were one of the most significant adornments used to distinguish those individuals in power in Andean societies. When the Spanish arrived they called the Inca nobles "orejones" (literally…

Moche (Mochica) culture gold ear ornaments Apogee Epoch (100 - 800 AD) Each measures 7.8 cm across Lima: Museo Larco www.museolarco.org/catalogo/ficha.php?id=9196 www.museolarco.org/catalogo/ficha.php?id=9197 This set of gold earrings use turquoise and malachite shells to represent iguanas. Ear ornaments were one of the most significant adornments used to distinguish those individuals in power in Andean societies. When the Spanish arrived they called the Inca nobles "orejones" (literally…

Moche (Mochica) culture gold ear ornaments Apogee Epoch (100 - 800 AD) Each measures 7.8 cm across Lima: Museo Larco www.museolarco.org/catalogo/ficha.php?id=9196 www.museolarco.org/catalogo/ficha.php?id=9197  This set of gold earrings use turquoise and malachite shells to represent iguanas. Ear ornaments were one of the most significant adornments used to distinguish those individuals in power in Andean societies. When the Spanish arrived they called the Inca nobles "orejones" (literally…

Moche (Mochica) culture gold ear ornaments Apogee Epoch (100 - 800 AD) Each measures 7.8 cm across Lima: Museo Larco www.museolarco.org/catalogo/ficha.php?id=9196 www.museolarco.org/catalogo/ficha.php?id=9197 This set of gold earrings use turquoise and malachite shells to represent iguanas. Ear ornaments were one of the most significant adornments used to distinguish those individuals in power in Andean societies. When the Spanish arrived they called the Inca nobles "orejones" (literally…

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