Twelve Tube Pipes of Pan

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Twelve Tube Pipes of Pan

200 - 600 CE

earthenware with slip

16 x 7 5/16 x 13/16 in. (40.64 x 18.57 x 2.06 cm)

CREATION PLACE:

Ica Valley, South Coast, Peru

CULTURE OR GROUP:

Nasca

PERIOD:

Early Intermediate

STYLE:

Monumental; Early Nasca; Nasca III (?)

OBJECT NAME:

panpipes



CREDIT LINE:

The Fred Olsen Collection

OBJECT NUMBER:

1967-29-106

IMAGE USE:

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