Female figurine of one of the 'chosen women' or Mamaconas (often called 'Virgins of the Sun'). - stock photo
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Female figurine of one of the 'chosen women' or Mamaconas (often called 'Virgins of the Sun').

Female figurine of one of the 'chosen women' or Mamaconas (often called 'Virgins of the Sun'). Important in Inca religion, they were the concubines of the Inca emperor and were given to seal political marriage alliances between Inca and other societies. Country of Origin: Peru. Culture: Inca. Date/Period: 1430-1532 AD. Material Size: gold, h=3"". Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Museum of the American Indian, New York. Location: 15.

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Heritage Images / Werner Forman Archive 2

Dimensions
1772 x 3531 pixels

Print Size @ 300 dpi
6 x 12 inches / 15 x 30 cm

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