|Object Name||Bowl (form)|
|Other Name||Ceramic rattle bowl|
A large ceramic rattle bowl with foot. Drum design. Rim is flat and flared. Foot is also flared. Colors are red and buff on orange. Decorated with a repeating serpent design along the rim. Interior is solid orange. Exterior is decorated with a plain buff band on the underside of the rim, an orange band with a buff-colored repeating vertical x design, and a buff band with red dots at the base. Underside is perforated five times. There are clay pebbles enclosed in the footed base that rattle.
In consultation with Stefanie Bautista San Miguel (PhD '17), this vessel dates to the Early Intermediate Period (200 BCE - 600 CE).
|Dimensions||H-14.1 W-24.1 D-24.1 cm|
|Provenance||Original archaeological provenience is unknown. Collected by [Frank Stout]. Donated by Frank Stout to the Stanford University Collections in 1962.|
|Place of Origin (if different than Found)||South America; Peru; North coast region|
|Collection||Archaeology - South America - Stout|
Early Intermediate period (Peru)
|Web Export Search||Archaeology 102B|