Utilising the well-known names of some of our pre-Columbian cultures, coined by archaeology (Paracas, Nasca, Cupisnique, Moche, Recuay, Lima, Wari, Lambayeque, Chimú, Inca), we will travel through the north, the south, the coast and the highlands of our country, through some 3000 years of history.
This type of highly symbolic vessel was used by people of high social standing for the presentation of liquids or ritual beverages. | ML100755
This Inca ceramic paccha represents a chaquitaclla (foot plow) with aryballo (ceremonial container) and was probably used in fertility rituals or to make liquid offerings to the earth. | ML018892