Pre Columbian Inca Black Stone Konopa in the Form of a llama

Pre Columbian Inca Black Stone Konopa in the Form of a llama


Description: Pre Columbian konopas were used to burn animal fats in the fields to bring fertility to the crops and herds, and the practice continues today. Ancient konopas were carved, and their interiors contained a curved chamber for offerings.
Dimensions: Length 4 1/2""""
Date: Peru, Inca, South Coast, c. AD 1200 - 532
Condition Report: Very good
Notes: M4070
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