Nasca


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Nasca:

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, ancient culture of the Nazca, Pisco, and Ica river valleys on the desert coast of S Peru. Flourishing during the first millennium A.D., the Nazca culture seems to have developed out of the Paracas culture, and after 900 it was apparently under
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The late Nasca motifs depicted in the Ayacucho Valley include one that appears to be the stylized versions of Nasca "bean pods" (Figures 9(a)) ([83], 164), in addition to what Proulx ([83], 186) identifies as the "flowering staff" (Figures 9(b), 9(c), and 9(d)), also recognized as the "blackline spirals attached to bars" ([37]; [60], Plate 12; see also [84], Figure 93).
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The show's subsequent section, "The Wari Realm," illustrated the spread of the Wari style and religion into cultures of surrounding areas such as that of the Moche and Nasca, located respectively on the north and south coasts of Peru.
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