|Series||California. University. Publications in American archaeology and ethnology -- v. 21, no. 7., University of California publications -- v. 21, no. 7.|
|Contributions||Uhle, Max, 1856-1944.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
Kroeber, "The Uhle Pottery Collections from Chancay," University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology, Vol. 21, No. 7, Berkeley, formed collections in the districts of Ancon, Chancay, Supe, Cuzco, Chala, Nazea, and Lima. These labors occupied him until his resig-nation to accept the position of Director of the National Museum of Peru, January 1, Dr. Uhle's collections comprise some numbers, besides a separate series of several hundred skeletal remains. The actual. Kroeber: The Uhle Pottery Collections from Chancay The forms run wholly to bowls and jars, a full sixth of the collection being mammiform jars, large and small (pl. 86e; fig. 6). About half are. OCLC Number: Notes: Title page includes original imprint: Berkeley, University of California press, Description:  and  pages illustrations, plates
The Uhle pottery collections from Moche: And The Uhle pottery collections from Supe (University of California publications in American archaeology and ethnology) [A. L Kroeber] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology, Vol. 21, No. : A. L Kroeber. The Uhle pottery collections from Ancon (University of California publications in American archaeology and ethnology) [Strong, William Duncan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Uhle pottery collections from Ancon (University of California publications in . - Explore Ruth Walzer Shine's board "Chancay Pottery" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Pottery, Precolumbian, Archaeology pins. Chancay burial ‘dolls’ are a type of grave goods that were used by the Chancay culture, a pre-Columbian civilization located in modern day Peru. This civilization was based mainly in the valleys of Chancay and Chillon, which are on the central coast of Peru. The Chancay culture existed from around / AD until AD.
The Peruvian pottery in the DITSONG: National Museum of Cultural History comes from the Chancay culture from around CE to , where they were conquered by the Incas. The typical style of the pottery is considered to be a rough contexture and decorated in black or brown on a cream or white background. The Uhle pottery collections from Moche by A. L. Kroeber. First published in 3 editions. Not in Library Accessible book, Indians of North America , Supe (Peru), America, Canada, Chancay (Peru), Chincha River Valley (Peru), Chincha Valley (Peru). Equally distinctive, and esthetically of genuine impressiveness, are a small number of vessels (Plate XII), nearly all in the Museo de Arqueologia Peruana (formerly Larco Herrera) in Lima, several of which have been illustrated and 1 Kroeber, The Uhle Pottery Collections from Moche, Univ. Calif. Publ. Am. Arch, and Ethn., Vol. XXI, , pp. The Uhle pottery collections from Chancay: Vom Kondor und vom Fuchs. Wesen und Ordnung der altperuanischen Kulturen: Zur Chronologie der alten Culturen von Ica, von Max Uhle.