|Object Name||Jar (form)|
|Other Name||Ceramic effigy jar|
|Other Stanford number||II-71|
A large ceramic human effigy jar with a round base. Oval shape. Neck is molded into a face with both head and ear ornaments. Figure is holding a cup and feet are forward. Ornaments, face, and body are outlined in brown.
In consultation with Stefanie Bautista San Miguel (PhD '17), this vessel dates to the Late Intermediate period.
|Dimensions||H-40.8 W-21 D-21.2 cm|
|Provenance||Original archaeological provenience is unknown. Collected by David Robinson during a six-week field expedition to visit the Campa Indians of eastern Peru from late June 1955 to August 1955. Donated by David Robinson to the Stanford University Collections between 1955 and 1960. Field journal on file.|
|Found||South America; Peru|
|Place of Origin (if different than Found)||South America; Peru; Central coast region|
|Collection||Archaeology - South America - Robinson|
Late Intermediate period (Peru)
|Web Export Search||Archaeology 102B|