A pre Inca Textile (Paracas Culture - Peru) about 100 AD. Elaborate textiles were excavated from Paracas on the south coast of Peru because it almost never rains on the coast. A burial mantel showing people gyrating in ritual dance.
Textiles de Paracas, The Paracas culture was an Andean society between approximately 800 BCE and 100 BCE, with an extensive knowledge of irrigation and water management and significant contributions in the textile arts.
Ceremonial Inca Vase with Jaguar handles INCA ceramics were painted using the polychrome technique portraying numerous motifs including animals, birds, waves, felines ( popular in the Chavin culture) and geometric patterns found in the Nazca ceramics.
Région de Paracas (Ica, Pérou). "Manto" (détail) : créature anthropomorphe tenant un couteau de sacrifice et une tête-trophée. Culture Paracas, style Necropolis. Laine. Hauteur du motif : 0.210 m. Lima, Museo Nacional de Antropologia y Arqueologia.