Lambayeque Mask

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Mark Cartwright
by Gustavo Jeronimo
published on 16 April 2015
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A gold mask and headdress assemblage from the Lambayeque civilization of northern Peru. The face above the mask represents a bat. From the Huaca Loro burial mound of Batan Grande, 900-1375 CE. (Lords of Sipan Museum, Peru)

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