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Effigy Vessel / Chupícuaro Culture, México 3D Model
Chronology: Early (600-400 BC) to Late Phase (400-100 BC)
Red-on-buff pottery was the most common painted ware in Chupícuaro Culture, with forms ranging from ollas, open and rimmed bowls, oval shapes and tecomates, to spider-leg tripods, pedestal bases and effigy vessels (Porter 1956:570).
This piece is originally part of a local’s private collection currently living in Querétaro, México. Photogrammetric model created with Agisoft PhotoScan Pro and rendered with KeyShot4.
Porter, Muriel Noé 1956 Excavations at Chupícuaro, Guanajuato, Mexico. Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, New Series, 46 (5):515-637.
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