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Marble draped female figure, Early Hellenistic Greek, end of the 4th century BC, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Marble draped female figure, Early Hellenistic Greek, end of the century BC, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Ceremonial vessel, Moche people, Trujillo, Peru, 500-700 CE, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Ceremonial vessel, Moche people, Trujillo, Peru, 500-700 CE, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Top, headdress ornament; bottom, nose ornaments, Moche people, Tomb of the Lady of Cao, Huaca Cao Viejo, El Brujo, Peru, ca. 400 CE, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Top, headdress ornament; bottom, nose ornaments, Moche people, Tomb of the Lady of Cao, Huaca Cao Viejo, El Brujo, Peru, ca. 400 CE, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Pectoral, Moche people, North Coast of Peru, 200-800 CE, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Pectoral, Moche people, North Coast of Peru, 200-800 CE, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Portrait vessel, Moche people, North Coast of Peru, 400-650 CE, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Portrait vessel, Moche people, North Coast of Peru, 400-650 CE, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Feline-head bead, Moche people, Sipán, Peru, 625-45 CE, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Feline-head bead, Moche people, Sipán, Peru, 625-45 CE, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Spider necklace beads, Moche people, Tomb 3 of the Old Lord of Sipán, Sipán, Peru, 300-390 CE, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Spider necklace beads, Moche people, Tomb 3 of the Old Lord of Sipán, Sipán, Peru, 300-390 CE, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Vessel representing the sacrifice ceremony, Moche people, Facalá, Peru, 500-700 CE, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Vessel representing the sacrifice ceremony, Moche people, Facalá, Peru, 500-700 CE, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Left, burial mask; right, nose ornaments, Moche people, Tomb 2, Dos Cabezas, Peru, 525-550 CE, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Left, burial mask; right, nose ornaments, Moche people, Tomb 2, Dos Cabezas, Peru, 525-550 CE, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Right, vessel in the shape of a seated figure; left, vessel in the shape of a created animal, Moche people, Tomb 2, Dos Cabezas, Peru, 525-550 CE, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Right, vessel in the shape of a seated figure; left, vessel in the shape of a created animal, Moche people, Tomb 2, Dos Cabezas, Peru, 525-550 CE, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Octopus frontlet, Moche people, La Mina, Peru, 300-600 CE, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Octopus frontlet, Moche people, La Mina, Peru, 300-600 CE, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Tabard with lizard-like creatures, Nasca people, South Coast of Peru, 500-700 CE, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Tabard with lizard-like creatures, Nasca people, South Coast of Peru, 500-700 CE, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Headband, Cupisnique culture, Chongoyape, Hacienda Almendral, present-day Peru, 800-500 BCE, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Headband, Cupisnique culture, Chongoyape, Hacienda Almendral, present-day Peru, 800-500 BCE, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Crown, Cupisnique people, Hacienda Almendral, Chongoyape, Peru, ca. 800-500 BCE, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Crown, Cupisnique people, Hacienda Almendral, Chongoyape, Peru, ca. 800-500 BCE, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Vessel representing a mythological animal, Moche people, North Coast of Peru, 200-400 CE, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Vessel representing a mythological animal, Moche people, North Coast of Peru, 200-400 CE, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Center, crown, Chavín culture, Cajamarca, present-day Peru, 800-500 BCE; left, ornament with feline face, Chavín culture, Chavín de Huantar, present-day Peru, 400-200 BCE; right, bimetallic effigy spoon, Chavín culture, Chavín de Huantar, 400-200 BCE, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Center, crown, Chavín culture, Cajamarca, present-day Peru, 800-500 BCE; left, ornament with feline face, Chavín culture, Chavín de Huantar, present-day Peru, 400-200 BCE; right, bimetallic effigy spoon, Chavín culture, Chavín de Huantar, 400-200 BCE, Metropolitan Museum of Art

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