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This bowl was discovered at Las Varas, an ancient village located in the Middle Jequetepeque Valley in northern Peru. It was part of an offering buried in layers of trash and earth deliberately dumped to cover a house before it was abandoned. Archaeologists found three bowls, including this one, in the offering.
Date: AD 1000
Culture: Mid-Valley Cajamarca or “Coastal Cajamarca”
Provenience: Las Varas, Cajamarca, Peru
Credit: Archaeological artifact recovered by Las Varas Archaeological Project
Photogrammetry pictures taken by Howard Tsai, Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies
Image processing, 3D Conversion: Stephanie O’Malley, University of Michigan 3D Lab
Text and annotation: Howard Tsai