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Ecuador Precolombino, Jamacoaque Sentado Shaman Effigy Figura

Ecuador Precolombino, Jamacoaque Sentado Shaman Effigy Figura

Pre-Columbian, Ecuador, Jamacoaque (Jama Coaque) culture, ca. 500 CE. A fierce and detailed pottery portrayal of a shaman dressed as/caught mid-transformation into a jaguar. A human shape, but with a jaguar's face and clawed paws, as well as a tail, the figure wears a robe that extends from the head all the way down to the feet; out the back is a small spout as this is a vessel, perhaps for holding some kind of ritual mind-altering drink. There are fine applied details on the face and the…

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Pre-Columbian, Ecuador, Jama Coaque (Jamacoaque) culture, ca. 500 CE. An animated example of a shaman, standing with its hands thrown out to its sides. The figure's features are transformed, wild, and animalian. It wears a headdress, a loincloth, a long necklace, a nose ornament, armbands and anklets. The body is covered in what appears to be armor and the feet look almost avian. This was a hollow, mold-made figure, and a great deal of the original blue and yellow pigment - some of the most…

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Anthropomorphic Figurine - Google Arts & Culture

Anthropomorphic Figurine - Google Arts & Culture

El cuerpo decorado y finamente ataviado se convierte enigma gen y ejemplo del ejercicio de poder, reservado tan solo a aquellos con la jerárquica necesaria para pertenecer a una élite encumbrada.

El cuerpo decorado y finamente ataviado se convierte enigma gen y ejemplo del ejercicio de poder, reservado tan solo a aquellos con la jerárquica necesaria para pertenecer a una élite encumbrada.

Cultura Jama Coaque - Historia del Ecuador | Enciclopedia Del Ecuador

Jama-Coaque Culture Developed from 500 BC - 500 AD in the coastal region of Ecuador.

Shamans and Shamanism ART Large Jamacoaque pottery figure of a Shaman - Ecuador,500 BC - 500 AD.

Shamans and Shamanism ART Large Jamacoaque pottery figure of a Shaman - BC - 500 AD.

Pre-Columbian Ecuador, Jamacoaque Chone Standing Female Shaman Figure ; Jamacoaque Standing Female — Ecuador   300 BC - 400 AD   A large Jama Coaque female figure from ancient Ecuador. This 'Chone Type' figure is wearing elaborate regalia and jewelry assemblages which indicates she is a person of great importance; a shaman or of the ruling elite. Certainly this individual is of high-ranking social status. Standing with arms to her sides with palms facing forward as is typical of the type.

Pre-Columbian Ecuador, Jamacoaque Chone Standing Female Shaman Figure ; Jamacoaque Standing Female — Ecuador 300 BC - 400 AD A large Jama Coaque female figure from ancient Ecuador. This 'Chone Type' figure is wearing elaborate regalia and jewelry assemblages which indicates she is a person of great importance; a shaman or of the ruling elite. Certainly this individual is of high-ranking social status. Standing with arms to her sides with palms facing forward as is typical of the type.

Urna funeraria, 400s-500s México, Oaxaca, 5to-6to siglo barro, general - h: 35.50 w: 27,90 d: 20,00 cm (h: 13 15/16 W: 10 15/16 d: 7 13/16 pulgadas). Regalo de la familia Eastman 1963.669

Urna funeraria, 400s-500s México, Oaxaca, 5to-6to siglo barro, general - h: 35.50 w: 27,90 d: 20,00 cm (h: 13 15/16 W: 10 15/16 d: 7 13/16 pulgadas). Regalo de la familia Eastman 1963.669

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15/ NAYARIT - Style CHINESCO, type E/ IVOIRE. Couleur beige caractéristique de ce type. Peinture corporelle rouge ou noire, masque en forme de loup au niveau des yeux. Tampons sur joues, torse, épaules. Encadrement du visage en arc de cercle. http://www.metmuseum.org/collection/the-collection-online/search/318986?rpp=30&pg=1&ft=nayarit&pos=29

tlatollotl: “ Seated Female Figure Mexico, Nayarit, shaft tomb culture, 200 B.

Elegant naturalistic Chone style Jamacoaque figurine. This individual sits on his buttocks, knees bent in front. He holds a round poporo (lime pot) in one hand and a spatula in the other.

This individual sits on his buttocks, knees bent in front. He holds a round poporo (lime pot) in one hand and a spatula in the other.

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