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Site:  Nasca
Clados Number:  257
Culture:  Nasca
Description:  jar, ID number missing, M.N.A.A.H.-Lima.
Chronological Era:  Early Intermediate Period (EIP), Nasca 5 Phase.
Iconographic Features:  Traditional Harvester (Proulx 2007, 92) holding two bloody clubs of which bubble-like extrusions containing pollywogs emanate. Pepinos are attached to the body. Harvester depicted with hair hanks. Association with panels of rodents indicating fields and harvest.
Related Themes:  Click link to see related item(s) CL 250, 251, 252, 253, 254, 255, 256 

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Site:  Nasca
Clados Number:  260
Culture:  Nasca
Description:  ceramic cup bowl, Nasca Valley, C-11931, M.N.A.A.H.-Lima.
Chronological Era:  Early Intermediate Period 5 (EIP 5), Nasca 5 Phase.
Iconographic Features:  Feline Face with four hands coming out of two sleeves. It is depicted in frontal view holding a club (left side). Extended tongue terminates in a feline head. Jagged chamber-like extrusions contain processions of men who are holding beakers. Beneath five men with beakers are portrayed surrounding a two large vessel (with corn beer (chicha)?). Beneath the sleeves of the main figure four men holding beakers appear.

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Site:  Nasca
Clados Number:  261
Culture:  Nasca
Description:  bowl, ID number missing, M.N.A.A.H.-Lima.
Chronological Era:  Early Intermediate Period (EIP), Nasca 5 Phase.
Iconographic Features:  Mythical Harvester with Emanations depicted with human body, human arms and legs, and bands emanating from the body. It holds peppers and wears a conical hat. Hat and legs stitched up the front. Bands filled with crops (peppers, maize, beans). Human body depicted with j√≠cima enclosed. Ears replaced by human arms.
Related Themes:  Click link to see related item(s) CL 257, 260 

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