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English: Diorite Inca sculpture from Amarucancha in Peru. 1400-1532 AD. Known as the "Head of Viracocha". Item 07799 in the Museum of the Americas, Madrid.
Español: Escultura inca de diorita, de Amarucancha en Perú. 1400-1532 d.C. Conocida como la "Cabeze de Viracocha". Artículo 07799 en el Museo de América, Madrid.
Česky: Incká dioritová socha z Amarucancha v Peru. 1400-1532 n.l. Známa jako "Hlava Virakoči". Položka 07799 v Museo de América, Madrid.
Date 14 April 2012
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Author Simon Burchell


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