By Christopher B. Donnan, Donna McClelland
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Photo by C. Donnan. Fig. 25 (opposite, below, right) Stirrup-spout bottle. Museo de Arqueología, Universidad Nacional de Trujillo, Trujillo. Photo by C. Donnan. Fig. 26 (opposite, below, left) Stirrup-spout bottle. Museo de América, Madrid. Photo by C. Donnan. Fig. 27 (right) Stirrup-spout bottle. Drawing by D. : front cover). Fig. 28 (below) Roll-out of bottle in Figure 26. Drawing by A. Cordy-Collins. Fig. 29 Stirrup-spout bottle. Museum für Völkerkunde, Berlin. Photo by C. Donnan. Fig. 30 Vessel.
Fig. 20 Hammered metal mask. Photo courtesy of Alan Lapiner. Fig. 22 (right) Stirrup-spout bottle. Art Institute of Chicago. Photo by R. Woolard. Fig. 21 (above) Detail from vessel. The British Museum, London. Drawing by D. McClelland. 34 Fig. 23 (opposite, above, left) Detail from vessel (after Kutscher 1950: Fig. 69). Fig. 24 (opposite, above, right) Stirrup-spout bottle. Museo de América, Madrid. Photo by C. Donnan. Fig. 25 (opposite, below, right) Stirrup-spout bottle. Museo de Arqueología, Universidad Nacional de Trujillo, Trujillo.
147–162. Latin American Center, University of SHARON, DOUGLAS, and CHRISTOPHER B. DONNAN 1974 Shamanism in Moche Iconography. In EthnoarCalifornia, Los Angeles. chaeology (Christopher B. Donnan and C. WilMoche Art and Iconography. ), pp. 49–77. Archaeological Center Publications, University of California, Survey, Monograph IV. Institute of Archaeology, Los Angeles. University of California, Los Angeles. , and CAROL J. STRONG, WILLIAM DUNCAN, and CLIFFORD MACKEY EVANS, JR. 1978 Ancient burial patterns of the Moche Valley, Peru.