1. Huaco picture made of a polished brilliant clay, first coiffure is white and smooth and the second is decorated in dark ochre. From the clay ring which comes out of the cranium comes a spillway. Its nose is perforated. It is 29 centimeters high. It belongs to the primitive periods when ceramic pieces were painted white upon a red foundation or "intercrossed" or "intermixed". It is 32 centimeters high, the spillway included. 2. This diagram "
Fig. 42. Silver vessel made out of two parts. It is a human face with features in relief, and hollow in the inside. It seems that this figure was made by hammering from the inside to the outside. It is not soldered. The upper part is double and the lower one goes in and fits perfectly well. In the whole vessel are seen the marks of some engraving instrument. The upper part is beveled. 17 centimeters high. It is very primitive. Fig. 43. Scul
Fig. 54. Copper pectoral disc. Its repousse mask has a pointed frieze and a central point. They used to wear these discs hanging from the neck; sometimes they were made out of leather, and others of metal. They called this disc "Walkanta" and this is 9 centimeters in diameter. Fig. 55. Necklace formed by turquoise beads in different sizes; it is threaded in double threads and joined by little golden repousse plates alternating with mother-of-pea