1935.32.0188_klipp

Bird poncho

Textile returned by Gothenburg City to the Museo Nacional de Arqueologia, Antropologia e Historia and the Ministry of Culture in

1935.32.0181_klipp

Borders with human figure

MOTIF DESCRIPTION The motif consists of a human figure with outstretched arms and legs and “snakes” issuing from the body

1935.32.0137_klipp

Poncho with monkey

MOTIF DESCRIPTION The motif consists of a feline with a long tail ending in a head. Coming out of the


1935.32.0133_klipp

Black cat poncho

MOTIF DESCRIPTION The motif is of a creature with a long tail that passes in wave formation round the whole

1935.32.0068_klipp

Eagle poncho

MOTIF DESCRIPTION The pattern consists of “double-headed eagles”, with three decreasing in size inverted within each other. There is a

1935.32.0182_klipp

Fish poncho

A creature resembling a fish but with a human-looking arm. The figure is embroidered in rows on the border and


1935.32.0205_klipp

Painted poncho

p>This textile is both painted and embroidered, which is unusual for Paracas textiles. There are embroidered figures round the edges

1935.32.0136_klipp

Cat poncho

Two felines facing each other, with smaller cats in the interstices. The motif occurs with two different colour schemes. Material

1935.32.0135_klipp

Bird poncho

A standing bird with wings outstretched. The neck is bent in such a way that the beak almost touches the


1935.32.0189_klipp

Cat poncho

Two felines, one larger than the other, apparently having the same tail. The smaller cat has a protruding tongue terminating

1935.32.0186_klipp

killer whale poncho

Motif composed of several different animals. The same motif occurs in textiles 1935.32.0187 (showcases 2) and 1935.32.0185 (showcases  21). The