Nazca Incised Bone Flute, 300-600 A.D., with seven finger holes, elaborate incised designs on the top, and two feline figures with a slot for attachments on the end, dark patina, lg. 11 12 in. Provenance: Arte Xibalba | Sale Number 3005B, Lot Number 16 | Skinner Auctioneers
In pieces of a 1500 year old stringed instrument made from wood and carved goat horn were found in a cave in the Altai mountains in Mongolia by someone chasing a lost sheep. After several years of study and experimentation, Mongolian.