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INCA culture 1400 – 1533 AD Urpu [Aryballos jar] Urpu storage jars are the most common artefacts remaining from the Inca culture, as the invading Spaniards valued gold and silver more than ceramics or textiles. Urpus were made in every size, from small to large, and were used in everyday life - to transport and to store liquids, especially chicha (corn beer) and water - as well as for grave goods to serve the dead.

INCA culture 1400 – 1533 AD Urpu [Aryballos jar] Urpu storage jars are the most common artefacts remaining from the Inca culture, as the invading Spaniards valued gold and silver more than ceramics or textiles. Urpus were made in every size, from small to large, and were used in everyday life - to transport and to store liquids, especially chicha (corn beer) and water - as well as for grave goods to serve the dead.

Pre-Colombian polychrome pottery vessel from the Chimu/Inca culture of ancient Peru ca. 1000-1425 A.D.

Pre-Colombian polychrome pottery vessel from the Chimu/Inca culture of ancient Peru ca. 1000-1425 A.D.

Pre-Colombian polychrome pottery vessel from the Chimu/Inca culture of ancient Peru ca. 1000-1425 A.D.

Pre-Colombian polychrome pottery vessel from the Chimu/Inca culture of ancient Peru ca. 1000-1425 A.D.

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El aríbalo incaico o urpu es la forma más representativa de la cerámica incaica, de finalidad utilitaria. Es un cántaro de boca abocinada, cuello largo, cuerpo voluminoso y base cónica. Lo había en diversos tamaños, desde pequeños hasta los que tenían la altura de una persona. Los antiguos peruanos lo llamaban maka o puyñun; el nombre de aríbalo lo impusieron los españoles.

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Aríbalo. Cántaro. Cultura Inka, Andes centrales. Materiales: Cerámica  Periodo: Horizonte Inka. Período Tardío 1470 - 1532 d.C.

Aríbalo. Cántaro. Cultura Inka, Andes centrales. Materiales: Cerámica Periodo: Horizonte Inka. Período Tardío 1470 - 1532 d.C.

SOUTH ITALIAN TROZELLA | 5th Century BC | The trozella is a Messapian shape, made by the pre-Roman tribe that inhabited the “heel” of Italy (modern-day Puglia).

SOUTH ITALIAN TROZELLA | 5th Century BC | The trozella is a Messapian shape, made by the pre-Roman tribe that inhabited the “heel” of Italy (modern-day Puglia).

Inca, Museo-América-Perúa-Ajur-Inca-003-2.jpg (657×900)

Inca, Museo-América-Perúa-Ajur-Inca-003-2.jpg (657×900)

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