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This person here is shown seated cross-legged, hands on knees, wearing earspools, and donning a dome-shaped hat. Similar examples have been found in archaeological sites in the Lower Jequetepeque Valley of Peru (near Pacasmayo).
Collection: University of Michigan Museum of Anthropological Archaeology, Latin American Collection. Catalogue #6234
Culture: Moche, “Dos Cabezas” substyle
Material: Pottery – Earthenware
Dimension: Height 18 cm
Date: Moche period within the Early Intermediate, AD 300-600
Provenience: Collected by Joseph Beal Steere in Pacasmayo in the 1870s
3D scanning and file processing: Photogrammetry images taken by Nicole Munger; image processing by April Hadwick.
Text and annotation: Howard Tsai, Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies