Cántaro

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Title

Cántaro

Description

[ES] Cántaro escultórico. Su cuello es evertido con decoración de líneas y bandas pintadas de color blanco. El cuerpo es globular con representaciones de 4 rostros humanos que presentan colmillos, cada rostro está en un lado y tiene líneas finas de color negro que complementa la imagen de los rostros. Por ejemplo, la nariz, en relieve, tiene delineados los orificios y debajo de esta presenta dos círculos con un punto en el centro. También los labios semi abiertos dejan ver los dientes delineados y a los extremos se observan dos colmillos hacia abajo y junto a estos, hacia el interior, dos colmillos hacia arriba. Finalmente, presenta una base pedestal que tiene decoración de círculos negros. [EN]A clay sculpture pitcher (also known as a Cántaro). Its neck is covered with decoration of lines and bands painted white. The body is of round shape with representations of 4 human faces with fangs. Each face is situated on a side and has fine black lines complementing it. Per example, the embossed nose is delineated and has defined orifices below which is presented 2 circles with points in the centre. In addition, the lips of the faces are half opened allowing us to see the teeth which are also delineated and at both extremities of each mouth, two fangs are seen pointing downward and, next to these from the inside, two fangs pointing upwards. Finally, the object has a pedestal base delineated with decorations of black circles.

Creator

Elaborado en la época Sican (750-1350 AD)

Source

workshops

Publisher

EULAC

Format

text/plain Alias/WaveFront Object

Type

3D Object

Identifier

a03efd5f180548d0a3d2762ea2c4926b

Extent

13.8cm x 13.8cm x 13.8cm

License

Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License

Europeana

Europeana Data Provider

Sicán Museum

Object

https://sketchfab.com/models/a03efd5f180548d0a3d2762ea2c4926b/embed

Europeana Type

3D

3D Object Item Type Metadata

Wiki

https://eu-lac.org/vmwiki/index.php/Cántaro

DescriptionEN

A clay sculpture pitcher (also known as a Cántaro). Its neck is covered with decoration of lines and bands painted white. The body is of round shape with representations of 4 human faces with fangs. Each face is situated on a side and has fine black lines complementing it. Per example, the embossed nose is delineated and has defined orifices below which is presented 2 circles with points in the centre. In addition, the lips of the faces are half opened allowing us to see the teeth which are also delineated and at both extremities of each mouth, two fangs are seen pointing downward and, next to these from the inside, two fangs pointing upwards. Finally, the object has a pedestal base delineated with decorations of black circles.

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Citation

Elaborado en la época Sican (750-1350 AD), “Cántaro,” EU-LAC, accessed November 14, 2019, https://eu-lac.org/omeka/items/show/117.

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