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NAZCA. DIVINE DRAWINGS
Archaeological Discoveries from the Peruvian Desert

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Spiral-shaped geoglyph
Photo: Alfonso Casabonne, Palpa 2017

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Geoglyph of a whale (orca)
Photo: Alfonso Casabonne, Nasca 2017

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Geoglyph of a sundial
Photo: Markus Reindel (DAI)

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Excavation in La Muña,
tomb 4

The lower part shows the burial chamber
with remains of the wooden ceiling.
The shaft above was filled with loose rubble.

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Cups in the form of heads with painted faces
Midde Nasca phase
(Nasca phase 5)
300-450 AD
Clay, modelled and painted, fired
Museo de Arte de Lima
Prado family bequest
IV 2.0 0459/IV 2.0 0306

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Figural vessel of a woman with mythical beings and severed human heads
Late Nasca phase
(Nasca phase 7)
450–650 AD
Clay, modelled and painted, fired
Museo Nacional de Arqueología,
Antropología e Historia del Perú;
Ministerio de Cultura del Perú
C-04560

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Trumpet with Anthropomorphic Mythical Being
Early Nasca phase
(Nasca phase 3)
50–300 AD
Clay, modelled and painted, fired
Museo Regional de Ica
«Adolfo Bermúdez Jenkins»;
Ministerio de Cultura del Perú
MRI-00064-01

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Double-spout bottle with ritual scene
Middle Nasca phase
(Nasca phase 5)
300–450 AD
Clay, modelled and painted, fired
Museo Nacional de Arqueología,
Antropología e Historia del Perú;
Ministerio de Cultura del Perú
C-65296

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Figural vessel of a woman spinning
Late Nasca phase
(Nasca phase 6)
Clay, modelled and painted, fired
Museo de Arte de Lima
Prado family bequest
IV 2.0 1407

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Double-spout bottle in recurved step-fret design and mythical painting
Late Nasca phase
(Nasca phase 7)
450–650 AD
Clay, modelled and painted, fired
Museo Textil Amano
FMAC­0037


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Double-spout bottle in recurved step-fret design and mythical painting
Late Nasca phase
(Nasca phase 7)
450–650 AD
Clay, modelled and painted, fired
Museo Textil Amano
FMAC­0037

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Textile fragment with a flying priest
Early Nasca phase
(Nasca phase  1)
200 BC – AD 50
Museo de Arte de Lima
Prado family bequest
Restored with the support of Kimberly & Clark
IV 2.1 0397

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Vases with people and digging sticks
Middle Nasca phase
(Nasca phase 5)
300–450 AD
Clay, modelled and painted, fired
Museo de Arte de Lima
Prado family bequest
IV-2.0-2079 / IV-2.0-0293

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Figural vessel of a supernatural female fertility being
Late Nasca phase
(Nasca phase7)
450–650 AD
Clay, modelled and painted, fired
Museo Textil Amano
FMAC-0042

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Double-spout bottle with a squid
Middle Nasca phase
(Nasca phase 4)
300–450 AD
Clay, modelled and painted, fired
Private collection, Lima

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Double bottle of two fish
Early Nasca phase
(Nasca phase 3)
50–300 AD
Clay, modelled and painted, fired
Museo de Arte de Lima
Prado family bequest
IV 2.0 1033

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Plate with the Anthropomorphic Mythical Being in a cosmic composition
Middle Nasca phase
(Nasca phase5)
300–450 AD
Clay, modelled and painted, fired
Museo Regional de Ica «Adolfo Bermúdez Jenkins»; Ministerio de Cultura del Perú
MRI-02651-01

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Figural vessel of a mythical ancestral being
Early Nasca phase
(Nasca phase 3)
50–300 AD
Clay, modelled and painted, fired
Museo Nacional de Arqueología
Antropología e Historia del Perú;
Ministerio de Cultura del Perú
C-60560

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Double-spout bottle in the form of a mythical snake
Early Nasca phase
(Nasca phase 3)
50–300 AD
Clay, modelled and painted, fired
Museo Didáctico Antonini;
Ministerio de Cultura del Perú
MRI-PN-MA-0506

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Figural vessel in the shape of a frog
Early Nasca phase
(Nasca phase 3)
50–300 AD
Clay, modelled and painted, fired
Museo de Arte de Lima
Prado family bequest
IV 2.0 0004

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Procession scene made of clay
Late Nasca phase
(Nasca phase 7)
450–650 AD
Clay, modelled and painted, fired
Museo Nacional de Arqueología,
Antropología e Historia del Perú;
Ministerio de Cultura del Perú
C-55308

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Procession scene made of clay
Late Nasca phase
(Nasca phase 7)
450–650 AD
Clay, modelled and painted, fired
Museo Nacional de Arqueología,
Antropología e Historia del Perú;
Ministerio de Cultura del Perú
C-55308

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Procession scene made of clay
Late Nasca phase
(Nasca phase 7)
450–650 AD
Clay, modelled and painted, fired
Museo Nacional de Arqueología,
Antropología e Historia del Perú;
Ministerio de Cultura del Perú
C-55308

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Gold facial ornament of a Nazca priest (detail)
ca. 250–450 AD
Museo de Arte de Lima, MALI

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Mouth mask in form of feline whiskers with stylised snake and human heads
Gold, hammered and chased
Early Nasca phase
(Nasca phase 3–4)
50–300 AD
Museo de Arte de Lima
Prado family estate
IV 2.2 0490

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Figura vessel of a sick person
Clay, modelled and painted, fired
Late Nasca phase
(Nasca phase 7)
450–650 AD
Museo de Arte de Lima
Prado family estate
IV 2.0 1385

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Double-spout bottle in the form of a guinea pig (or a seed?)
Clay, modelled and painted, fired
Early Nasca phase
(Nasca phase 3)
50–300 AD
Museo Textil Amano, Lima-Perú FMAC-0636

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Purple and red mantle from a votive offering
(Detail, three-dimensional figures)

Early Nasca phase
(Nasca phase 3)
Plain weave cotton fabric with middle and corner fringes embroidered in dyed camelid wool and three-dimensional figures
50–300 AD
Museo Didáctico Antonini; Ministerio de Cultura del Perú)

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Twin antaras (clay pipes) with human heads
Clay, cast in a mould, painted, fired
Early Nasca phase
(Nasca phase 3)
50–300 AD
Private collection, Lima

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Double-spout bottle in the form of an orca (killer whale)
Clay, modelled and painted, fired
Early Nasca phase
(Nasca phase 3)
50–300 AD
Museo Nacional de Arqueología, Antropología e Historia del Perú;
Ministerio de Cultura del Perú
C-54262

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Aerial photographs of animal and plant-shaped geometric geoglyphs of the Nasca Pampas.

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Aerial photographs of animal and plant-shaped geometric geoglyphs of the Nasca Pampas.

Exhibition Views

Exhibition Views
All Photos: Laurin Schmid, 2018
© Kunst- und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland GmbH

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