Stock Photo - Pre-Columbian Whistling Jar. The whistling pot, an aerophone wind instrument typical of the pre-Columbian American culture in the geographical area of Peru, was made of ceramic, used by the Nazca, Vicus and Mochica cultures. It usually has geometric and aviform decorations painted on its surface, with plant, animal or human motifs. Peru, South America. Old 19th century engraved illustration from La Nature 1889.

Stock Photo: Pre-Columbian Whistling Jar. The whistling pot, an aerophone wind instrument typical of the pre-Columbian American culture in the geographical area of Peru.

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