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Andean pile headdress.  Wari culture (500 - 800 AD).  This is an excellent "four cornered hat" with interlocked caiman-like depictions. Black Caiman are the largest predators in South America. They  ...
Andean pile headdress.  Wari culture (500 - 800 AD).  This is an excellent "four cornered hat" with interlocked caiman-like depictions. Black Caiman are the largest predators in South America. They  ...
Andean pile headdress.  Wari culture (500 - 800 AD).  This is an excellent "four cornered hat" with interlocked caiman-like depictions. Black Caiman are the largest predators in South America. They  ...
Andean pile headdress. Wari culture (500 - 800 ad). This is an excellent "four cornered hat" with interlocked caiman-like depictions. Black Caiman are the largest predators in South America. They can be as large as 20 feet long from head to tail tip. Even though they were not native in the Highland regions where the Wari culture flourished, they had a prominent role in myths and legend for the Wari because of their power and hunting prowess. Rare and in very good condition, this hat is not typical in design and quite interesting. i do have a few other excellent Wari hats available at the moment. They don't come up very often. Please ask.
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