Drum [Peru; Paracas] (1979.206.1097) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Drum, Monkey Figures, Paracas culture, Peru, Ica Valley, 4th-2nd century BCE. Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Head of a Warrior, 6th century, Japan, Kofun period (mid 3rd-6th century A.D.)
Drum, Peru, 1st century, Nasca culture, ceramic. Ceramic drums with central, bulging sounding chambers were made in southern Peru at the turn of the first millennium. Among the most elaborately finished are those of Nasca style.
Japanese National Treasure, Hanka Shiyui statue 半跏思惟像（中宮寺). Hanka Shiyui is the name of this particular seated leg position. 今年も奈良時代を勉強します。
Seated figure bottle [Peru; Moche] (82.1.30) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Tierra del fuego, onas
Moche Vessel in the Form of a Seal Impersonator Playing a Drum | The Art Institute of Chicago, Online Collection
Japanese clay vessel made in Jomon era (BC 145~3000), Japan
Stirrup-spout bottle with snake, 2nd–3rd century, Peru - Moche. The Moche society flourished on the north Peruvian coastal desert between the first and the eighth centuries A.D. Their ceramists produced a great variety of exquisitely decorated vessels, both painted and sculpted form. The Moche decorated vessels were mold-made and, despite their diversity, reveal standardized shapes and decoration.