Collection: Moche (Mochica) Culture Pre-Columbian Artifact 100 BCE to 700 CE

Ancient Northern Coastal Peru Pre-Columbian Culture known for distinctive art objects. Remarkable for their sculptural naturalism, these stirrup-spout bottles were molded without the aid of a potter’s wheel and painted in earth tones. Moche potters represented everything about their world, from domestic scenes to architecture, ritual events and royal personages, and animals and plants. The Moche were innovators on many political, ideological, and artistic levels. They developed a powerful elite and specialized craft production, and instituted labor tribute payments. They elaborated new technologies in metallurgy, pottery, and textile production, and finally, they created an elaborate ideological system and a complex religious iconography.
Moche (Mochica) Culture Pre-Columbian Artifact 100 BCE to 700 CE

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