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Ancient Inca Vessel Conopa, pre Columbian 1470-1532 AD
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Circa 1470-1532 AD pre-Columbian Inca ritual offering vessel Conopa in the shape of a Llama. Hand carved from a fine brown grained stone, then polished with sand and water, with a hole in its back called a "qocha" (lagoon) the container for offerings during the ceremony "haywarisqa" (ceremony of offerings). Llama fat and blood mixed with coca leaves were presented to the gods.
MEASUREMENTS: 3 inches (9 cm) long and 2 5/8 inches (6 cm) tall.
REFERENCES:
"Handbook of South American Indians" Vol. 2
"The Andean Civilizations" by Julian H. Steward p. 248, 400-402, 509, 520-521
"Pre-Columbian Cities" by Jorge E. Hardoy, pp. 400-404
"The World Atlas of Archaeology" p.361.,
"The Oxford Companion To Archaeology" by Brian M. Fagan, p. 340-346
"Circa 1492 -Art in the Age of Exploration" page 597.

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