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Fragment: Staff2990/888 a-b

Part of wooden staff with rectangular shape, flattened sides, carved figures on one side and two male heads. Traces of orange paint. Incomplete and broken. Part a is a rectangular body fragment with five profile dogs on one side and s shallow rectangular surface on the other side (for attaching to staff). Edges are in high relief. Applied male face is wearing an ear spool on his right ear and a semi oval headdress. Incised eyes. Incomplete and broken. Part b is a male figure with incised eyes. wearing an ear spool on his left ear and a semi oval headdress. Incomplete and broken.

Culture
“Chimu” ?
Material
wood
Made in
“Peru” ?
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Figure2990/869

Seated male figure with elongated eyes is wearing a cream striped tunic, headdress and cream ear spools. Opening at his back and incised mouth and necklace. Terracotta with cream slip. Slightly broken and worn.

Culture
“Moche” ?
Material
clay and paint
Made in
“Peru” ?
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Panpipes2990/864

Double chamber panpipes musical instrument. Made from a row of seven long pipes of varying length fixed together; tubes closed at one end. Two holes for suspension underneath, Triangular body shape. Grey-brown body and orange-red paint on mouthpiece area. Polished surface. Breakage repaired.

Culture
“Nasca” ?
Material
clay, paint and plaster
Made in
Peru
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Panpipes2990/863

Double chamber panpipes; musical instrument. Made from a row of six long pipes of varying length fixed together; tubes closed at one end. Two holes for suspension under pipes. Triangular shape. Grey-brown body with orange-brown paint on mouthpiece area. Polished surface. Unbroken.

Culture
“Nasca” ?
Material
clay and paint
Made in
Peru
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Panpipes2990/862

Panpipes musical instrument made from a row of thirteen long pipes of varying lengths; closed and flattened surface at one end of tubes. Dark brown body and light brown paint on mouthpiece area. Polished surface. Broken and repaired.

Culture
“Nasca” ?
Material
clay, paint and plaster
Made in
Peru
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Panpipes2990/861

Panpipes musical instrument. Made from a row of twelve long pipes of varying length fixed together. Tubes are closed at one end. Polished surface. Broken and repaired.

Culture
“Nasca” ?
Material
clay, paint and adhesive
Made in
Peru
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Panpipes2990/860

Double chamber panpipes, musical instrument. Made from a row of five short pipes of varying length fixed together; tubes closed at one end. Slighlty burnished surface; two holes for suspension under pipes. Unbroken.

Culture
“Paracas” ?
Material
clay
Made in
Ica, Peru
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Needle2990/844

Copper needle with rounded body, sharp point at one end and a hole (eye) at the other. Corroded and complete.

Culture
“Chimu” ?
Material
copper metal
Made in
Peru
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Lamp2990/838 a-b

Spanish style glass lamp with ovoid body, tubular spout, concave-ring base and vertical bands painted on in yellow and grey. Unbroken. Part b is the gilt bronze bell-shaped lid. Circle decorations at rim with hole in the interior and one suspension lug at middle of body. Lid is corroded and incomplete.

Culture
“Peruvian” ?
Material
glass, bronze metal and paint
Made in
“Peru” ?
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Jar2990/833

Jar with ovoid body, one side handle, an applied feline design on the other side and black geometrical decoration on cream ground in body. One side has a band of triangular motifs with a dotted circle in the middle and below there are 23 bird stamp faces in a semilunar design. Other side has a band of geometrical waves motifs and 18 bird stamp faces in the interior of a similar semilunar design. Molded manufacture. Breakage not restored.

Culture
“Chancay” ?
Material
clay and paint
Made in
Peru
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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