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Nasca Vessel

Adoption Number: 1923A106

Peruvian, AD125-AD550

This colourful vessel was made by the Nasca people who lived in the southern coastal valleys of Peru. The design on this pot probably represents the Nasca supreme god.

Suggested donation: £15.00

Nasca Vessel

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