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Français : Vase-portrait, anse en forme d'étrier. Céramique mochica en terre brun-rouge peinte.
Date 100 av. J.-C. - 700 ap. J.-C.
Medium terracotta
Dimensions 16 x 29 x 22 cm ; 828 g
Amérique (plateau), AM 050N
Accession number Inv. 71.1930.19.162
Object history Mission Paul Berthon. Précédemment au Musée de l'Homme (Amérique)
Credit line Legs Louis Capitan
Source/Photographer Patrick.charpiat, Own work, 2009-03


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