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D. La collection de Vases Mochicas des Musées Roy- 1946 Inca Culture at the Time of the Spanish Conquest. aux d’Art et d’Histoire. Musées Royaux d’Art et In Handbook of South American Indians (Julian d’Histoire, Bruxelles. H. ), vol. 2, pp. 183–330. Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin DONNAN, CHRISTOPHER B. 143. S. Government Printing Office, Washing1975 The Thematic Approach to Moche Iconography. Journal of Latin American Lore, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. ton. 147–162. Latin American Center, University of SHARON, DOUGLAS, and CHRISTOPHER B.
31 Stirrup-spout bottle, left side view. Private collection, Berkeley. Photo by C. Donnan. Fig. 32 Right side view of bottle in Figure 31. 38 Fig. 33 (opposite, above, left) Stirrup-spout bottle, front view. Collection of Herbert Lucas, Brentwood, California. Photo by S. Einstein. Fig. 34 (opposite, above, right) Side view of bottle in Figure 33. Photo by S. Einstein. Fig. 35 (opposite, below) Roll-out of bottle in Figures 33 and 34. Drawing by D. McClelland. Fig. 36 (right) Stirrup-spout bottle.
38 (above) Stirrup-spout bottle. Private collection, Chiclayo, Perú. Photo by C. Donnan. Fig. 39 (below) Roll-out of bottle in Figure 38. Drawing by D. McClelland. 40 Fig 40 Stirrup-spout bottle. Collection of Herbert Lucas, Brentwood, California. Photo by R. Woolard. 41 Fig. 41 Side view of bottle in Figure 40. Photo by R. Woolard. 42 Fig. 42 Back view of bottle in Figure 40. Photo by R. Woolard. 43 Fig. 43 Another side view of bottle in Figure 40. Photo by R. Woolard. Fig. 44 Bottom of bottle in Figure 40.