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Famosos por su arquitectura monumental y  su rica cultura visual, los Moche habitaron la costa norte de Perú durante el período Intermedio Temprano (100-800 dC). Los descubrimientos arqueológicos en el siglo pasado y la difusión de los artefactos Moche a museos de todo el mundo han dado lugar a una fascinación generalizada por esta cultura compleja, que expresó su creencia sobre el mundo humano y sobrenatural a través objetos de cerámica y metal finamente elaborados de realismo sorprendente y sofisticación visual.

 

En este trabajo de estandarización, un equipo internacional y multidisciplinario de expertos que están a la vanguardia de la investigación Moche presentará una visión general del virtuosismo de la técnica de la cultura Moche. Los contribuyentes abordar diversos aspectos de la sociedad Moche, su religión y su cultura material basandose en varias líneas de evidencias y en varias metodologías, incluidos los estudios iconográficos, las investigaciones arqueológicas y los análisis forenses. Algunos de los artículos presentan los resultados de los estudios a largo plazo de las principales cuestiones en la iconografía Moche, mientras que otros se centran en temas más específicamente definido como los estudios de sitio, la influencia de El Fenómeno del Niño / Oscilación del Sur en la sociedad Moche, la naturaleza de la guerra y el sacrificio entre los Moche, y el papel de la cultura visual Moche en la descodificación de los marcos sociales y políticos.

 

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The art and archaeology of the Moche: an ancient Andean society of the of the Peruvian north coast.



 Escrito por Steve Bourget,Kimberly L. Jones 

 

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Steve Bourget, Kimberly L. Jones - 2008 - History - 291 páginas
Bonavia, Ducio 1982 Precerámico peruano: Los gavilanes, mar, desierto y oasis en la historia del hombre. Corporación de Financiera de Desarallo SA, COFIDE, ...
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University of Texas Press, 2008 - 291 páginas

Renowned for their monumental architecture and rich visual culture, the Moche inhabited the north coast of Peru during the Early Intermediate Period (AD 100-800). Archaeological discoveries over the past century and the dissemination of Moche artifacts to museums around the world have given rise to a widespread and continually increasing fascination with this complex culture, which expressed its beliefs about the human and supernatural worlds through finely crafted ceramic and metal objects of striking realism and visual sophistication.

In this standard-setting work, an international, multidisciplinary team of scholars who are at the forefront of Moche research present a state-of-the-art overview of Moche culture. The contributors address various issues of Moche society, religion, and material culture based on multiple lines of evidence and methodologies, including iconographic studies, archaeological investigations, and forensic analyses. Some of the articles present the results of long-term studies of major issues in Moche iconography, while others focus on more specifically defined topics such as site studies, the influence of El Nio/Southern Oscillation on Moche society, the nature of Moche warfare and sacrifice, and the role of Moche visual culture in decoding social and political frameworks.

 
                Photograph of a Moche (Mochica) ceramic pot vessel in the form of metallurgy craftsmen smelting metal objects from gold, copper or silver in a furnace
Photograph of a Moche (Mochica) ceramic pot vessel in the form of metallurgy craftsmen smelting metal objects from gold, copper or silver in a furnace or kiln. The Moche culture began about 200 B.C., lasting to about 1000 A.C. inhabiting the North Coast of Peru. The Moche artists produced the only realistic or naturalistic fine art sculpture visual art in pre-Hispanic or pre-Columbian South America. Much Mochican clay pottery survives, often painted with red and white slip. Photography by Nathan Benn from collection of the National Museum of Archeology and Anthropolgy in Lima, Peru in July 1989. www.mocheperuimages.com/.../
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               Photograph of a Moche (Mochica) ceramic pot vessel in the form of a recumbent anthropomorphic peanut playing a musical instrument
Photograph of a Moche (Mochica) ceramic pot vessel in the form of a recumbent anthropomorphic peanut playing a musical instrument. The instrument is a quena that is a type of Andean flute. The musician peanut legume is given a man’s head. The Moche culture began about 200 B.C., lasting to about 1000 A.C. inhabiting the North Coast of Peru. The Moche artists produced the only realistic or naturalistic fine art sculpture visual art in pre-Hispanic or pre-Columbian South America. Much Mochican clay pottery survives, often painted with red and white slip. Photography by Nathan Benn from a private collection in Lima, Peru in July 1989. www.mocheperuimages.com/.../
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               Photograph of a Moche (Mochica) ceramic pot vessel in the form of a house or a shelter with the roof supported by wood log poles
Photograph of a Moche (Mochica) ceramic pot vessel in the form of a house or a shelter with the roof supported by wood log poles. The Moche culture began about 200 B.C., lasting to about 1000 A.C. inhabiting the North Coast of Peru. The Moche artists produced the only realistic or naturalistic fine art sculpture visual art in pre-Hispanic or pre-Columbian South America. Much Mochican clay pottery survives, often painted with red and white slip. Photography by Nathan Benn from a private collection in Lima, Peru in July 1989.The Moche culture began about 200 B.C., lasting to about 1000 A.C. inhabiting the North Coast of Peru. The Moche artists produced the only realistic or naturalistic fine art sculpture visual art in pre-Hispanic or pre-Columbian South America. Much Mochican clay pottery survives, often painted with red and white slip. Photography by Nathan Benn from a private collection in Lima, Peru in July 1989. www.mocheperuimages.com/.../
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                    Photograph of a Moche (Mochica) ceramic pot vessel in the form of man or woman washing his or her hair over a tub, like a shampoo
Photograph of a Moche (Mochica) ceramic pot vessel in the form of man or woman washing his or her hair over a tub. The scene may have mystical significance beyond using shampoo, hygiene, cleanliness or health. The Moche culture began about 200 B.C., lasting to about 1000 A.C. inhabiting the North Coast of Peru. The Moche artists produced the only realistic or naturalistic fine art sculpture visual art in pre-Hispanic or pre-Columbian South America. Much Mochican clay pottery survives, often painted with red and white slip. Photography by Nathan Benn from a private collection in Lima, Peru in July 1989.
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                         Photograph of a Moche (Mochica) ceramic pot vessels in the form of a decapitator monster or god holding a tumi knife and the decapitated head of a victim or sacrifice
Photograph of a Moche (Mochica) ceramic pot vessels in the form of a decapitator monster or god holding a tumi knife and the decapitated head of a victim or sacrifice. The gruesome scene of ritual killing, torture, and sacrifice is not uncommon in Moche art. The Moche culture began about 200 B.C., lasting to about 1000 A.C. inhabiting the North Coast of Peru. The Moche artists produced the only realistic or naturalistic fine art sculpture visual art in pre-Hispanic or pre-Columbian South America. Much Mochican clay pottery survives, often painted with red and white slip. Photography by Nathan Benn from a private collection in Lima, Peru in July 1989.
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                      Photograph of a Moche (Mochica) ceramic pot vessel with fineline drawing in the form of a mystical narrative mountain scene with people hunting snails and skeletons of living dead
Photograph of a Moche (Mochica) ceramic pot vessel with fineline drawing in the form of a mystical narrative mountain scene with people hunting snails and skeletons of living dead or ghosts. The Moche culture began about 200 B.C., lasting to about 1000 A.C. inhabiting the North Coast of Peru. The Moche artists produced the only realistic or naturalistic fine art sculpture visual art in pre-Hispanic or pre-Columbian South America. Much Mochican clay pottery survives, often painted with red and white slip. Photography by Nathan Benn from a private collection in Lima, Peru in July 1989.
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                  Photograph of a Moche (Mochica) ceramic pot vessel decorated with fineline drawing depicting anthropomorphic beans being exchanged between priests or other high rank officials
Photograph of a Moche (Mochica) ceramic pot vessel decorated with fineline drawing depicting anthropomorphic beans being exchanged between priests or other high rank officials. Moche believed beans had mystical power or magic, and often appear in Mochica art decoration. The Moche culture began about 200 B.C., lasting to about 1000 A.C. inhabiting the North Coast of Peru. The Moche artists produced the only realistic or naturalistic fine art sculpture visual art in pre-Hispanic or pre-Columbian South America. Much Mochican clay pottery survives, often painted with red and white slip. Photography by Nathan Benn from a private collection in Lima, Peru in July 1989.
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                Photograph of a Moche (Mochica) ceramic pot vessel in abstract geometric design
Photograph of a Moche (Mochica) ceramic pot vessel in abstract geometric design. The Moche culture began about 200 B.C., lasting to about 1000 A.C. inhabiting the North Coast of Peru. The Moche artists produced the only realistic or naturalistic fine art sculpture visual art in pre-Hispanic or pre-Columbian South America. Much Mochican clay pottery survives, often painted with red and white slip. Photography by Nathan Benn from a private collection in Lima, Peru in July 1989.
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