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Nazca Terracotta Sculpture of a Woman - PF.1332
Origin: Southern Coast of Peru
Circa: 1 AD to 500 AD
Dimensions: 3.375" (8.6cm) high
Collection: Pre-Columbian
Medium: Terracotta

Location: United States
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Plumb and fertile, this Nazca woman symbolizes human life in its most essential form. In spirit she is sister to the stone-age Venuses of Europe and the terracotta Astarte figures of the Near East. Her function is older than memory, timeless and eternal. We feel her primal power, gentle yet all-encompasing. In the presence of such an image we instinctively understand the bonds that link all human life together. - (PF.1332)


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