22. Graffito ornamented human shin bone hard to identify, with shell, coral, and turquoise inlayings. It is likely that it was used as a flute or "quena". It measures 0.23 M. 23. Necklace made out of hyena teeth had blue beads of porcelain. It belongs to the transition period. It has 76 teeth. 24. Necklace formed by 19 jaguar teeth intercalated with white porcelain beads. Like the former figure, it belongs to an intermediate epoch when the P
Top: Clay musical instrument of triangular shape (champona), similar to a mouth-organ. It is painted in two colors divided by a white line. The first band is bronze-colored almost black and the other one is painted in dark ochre. Its ten perforations produce five repeated notes: two perforations for each sound. its maximum height is 15 cm. Nazca culture. Bottom: This lizard shaped ceramic piece is perhaps of mythical origin. It has two clove
Top: Piece of cloth looking like a mantle's border. It is made out with woolen woven on a dark brown colored warp. It seems to have been made separately from the mantle; the parallel bands are decorated with a frieze in echelon, and the middle band is woven in slanting bands separated by black backstitchings. The red, purple, yellow, white, black, and light brown and dark brown colors are unchanged and the harmony of their arrangement juts out. I
Top: "Kero", wooden idol representing a human head being devoured by a jaguar. It is on a conical base and measures 12 cm. Bottom: Black clay amphora, very polished and brilliant. It has a handle and a spillway. Its two faces are decorated with embossed figures upon a background which is divided. On its upper part and on each side of the handle are ear-shaped projections. There is a monkey figure in relief on its spillway. It belongs to the C
Nazca "estolica" made out of hard wood having on one extreme a copper lance tied with vicuna wool threads and in the handle some figures engraved in bone. It is 53 cm long. They are archaeological pieces.