Posts Tagged ‘Anthropomorphic’


16 brown fragments

MOTIF DESCRIPTION Anthropoid figure, with a head that looks like it is upside down, perhaps because it is bent back. 


Yellow mantle fragment

A quasi-human figure with a head which seems to be upside down, perhaps because it is turned backwards. The figure


Brown mantle fragment

This piece probably comes from the same mantle as 1935.32.0212  in the same showcase. Motif description A quasi-human figure with


Yellow Border

This border has one of the Paracas collection’s most highly detailed motifs. It probably comes from the same mantle as


Border with fringes

An anthropomorphic figure with its head tilted backwards, causing it to look upside down una iperproduzione di urati dovuta a


Border with fringe

An anthropomorphic figure dressed in tunic, leggings and anklets, with a feather headdress and a face mask. Serpentine bands emerge


Border with two figures together

This border is unusual among Paracas textiles in having a motif of two figures facing each other. Otherwise anthropomorphic figures


Painted poncho

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


Border with long fringe

Anthropomorphic figure with a smaller figure inside it 2. When you had erections with sexual stimulation,Figura 1. Cut-off di HbA1c


Trophy head border

An anthropomorphic figure, holding a knife in one hand. There are four trophy heads by the figure’s head, one at


Border with double fringes

Anthropomorphic figure, viewed frontally. The figure has a large headdress with a similar but inverted figure in the middle. Long


Four colour tunic

1.    A fish or shark holding a trophy head in one hand. The motif resembles that of mantle border 1935.32.0077


Unfinished border

The unfinished state of this border enables one to see how textile work could proceed. First the outlines of each