These pages are a collection of odd pictures
and trivia about llamas.
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Old Pottery with Llamas
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.
Pre-Columbian Mochica Llama Vessel,
featuring a seated llama with cargo load.
Chancay vessel depicting
a spotted llama.
Pre-Columbian ceramic earthenware pot
crafted in the figure of a llama
a sacred animal in ancient Latin America.
This example of
Tiahuanaco style pottery
comes from Bolivia.
Incan two-headed llama marriage cup
from the Huancayo area of Peru.
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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