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Vessel depicting a wounded warrior, Early Intermediate period, Nazca Phase 7, c

Vessel depicting a wounded warrior, Early Intermediate period, Nazca Phase 7, c


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Vessel depicting a wounded warrior, Early Intermediate period, Nazca Phase 7, c

1068203 Vessel depicting a wounded warrior, Early Intermediate period, Nazca Phase 7, c.500-600 (ceramic) by Nazca Culture; 20.3x14.6x14.9 cm; Dallas Museum of Art, Texas, USA; General Acquisitions Fund; South American, out of copyright

Media ID 22203944

© General Acquisitions Fund / Bridgeman Images

Nazca Peru Peruvian Pots Vessels Warriors Ceramics Injuries Nasca Wound


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This print showcases a remarkable vessel from the Early Intermediate period, specifically Nazca Phase 7, created by the talented artisans of the Nazca Culture. Measuring at 20.3x14.6x14.9 cm, this ceramic masterpiece is housed in the prestigious Dallas Museum of Art in Texas, USA. The focal point of this vessel is a wounded warrior depicted with exquisite attention to detail and artistry. The intricate decorations on the pot emphasize his injuries and evoke a sense of empathy for his plight. This portrayal offers us a glimpse into ancient South American culture and their reverence for warriors who risked their lives in battle. The craftsmanship displayed on this piece reflects the skillful techniques employed by these skilled potters during that era. Every stroke and curve adds depth to its ornate design, showcasing both artistic prowess and cultural significance. As we admire this artifact, it invites us to contemplate not only the physical wounds suffered by warriors but also their place within society as symbols of bravery and sacrifice. It serves as a reminder that even in ancient times, medicine played an important role in healing such injuries. Through this photograph captured by Bridgeman Images, we are transported back in time to witness the rich heritage of Peru's Nazca civilization while appreciating their mastery over ceramics as both functional vessels and stunning works of art.

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