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These pages are a collection of odd pictures
and trivia about llamas.

(They are not for sale, they are simply for your entertainment.)

Old Pottery with Llamas

Chimu llama pot

A pre-Columbian minature vessel molded in the shape of a bridled llama head with a monkey on the handle.

It is from the Chimu culture of the north coast of Peru and dates from about 1000 to 1200 AD.

Double headed llama pot

Double headed llama pot.

Mochina llama pot

Pre-Columbian Mochica Llama Vessel,
featuring a seated llama with cargo load.

Pre-Columbian pot

Chancay vessel depicting
a spotted llama.

Pre-Columbian pot

Pre-Columbian ceramic earthenware pot
crafted in the figure of a llama —
a sacred animal in ancient Latin America.

Tiauanco pottery

This example of
Tiahuanaco style pottery
comes from Bolivia.

Llama marriage cup

Incan two-headed llama marriage cup
from the Huancayo area of Peru.

Pre-Columbian Nazca painted llama vessel

Pre-Columbian Nazca painted llama vessel
circa 400 to 600 AD.

Deep thin walled vessel polychrome painted
with twin registers of llamas
below a register of the staff god.

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