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Lot 469: Pre-Columbian Pot From Quimbaya Region. Moist

Winter Assemblage No Reserves And 25% Value Start Price

by Pangaea Auctions

December 10, 2016

Carson City, NV, USA

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  • Pre-Columbian Pot From Quimbaya Region.  Moist
  • Pre-Columbian Pot From Quimbaya Region.  Moist
  • Pre-Columbian Pot From Quimbaya Region.  Moist
  • Pre-Columbian Pot From Quimbaya Region.  Moist
  • Pre-Columbian Pot From Quimbaya Region.  Moist
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Description: Pre-Columbian Pot From Quimbaya Region. Moisture Tested As Authentic. Estimated more than 500 yrs old. Pre-Columbian era incorporates all period subdivisions in the history and prehistory of the Americas before the appearance of significant European influences on the American continents. Many pre-Columbian civilizations established hallmarks which included permanent settlements, cities, agriculture, civic and monumental architecture, major earthworks, and complex societal hierarchies. Pre-Columbian art refers to the visual arts of indigenous peoples of the Caribbean, North, Central, and South Americas until the late 15th and early 16th centuries, and the time period marked by Christopher Columbus' arrival in the Americas. Pre-Columbian art thrived throughout the Americas from at least 13,000 BCE to the European conquests. Many Pre-Columbian cultures did not have writing systems, so visual art expressed cosmologies, world views, religion, and philosophy of these cultures. During the period before and after European exploration and settlement of the Americas, indigenous native cultures produced a wide variety of visual arts, including painting on textiles, hides, rock and cave surfaces, bodies especially faces, ceramics, architectural features including interior murals, wood panels, and other available surfaces. (Wikipedia) Size: See Ruler Photo. (Photos Represent The Condition Of The Lot.)

Condition Report: Good

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