Casa del Alabado

Museum of Pre Columbian Art in Quito, Ecuador

The term Pre Columbian is used for art created by indigenous peoples in the Americas up until the 16th century. The IDs on these pieces show the civilization that they came from and the period of time when that civilization existed.

Pre Columbian art
Bahia, in coastal Ecuador, 450-700 ad
Pre Columbian art
Jama-Coaque, northern Manabi Province in Ecuador, 350 bc -1530 ad
Pre Columbian Art
Soldiers. Jama-Coaque, 350 bc-1530 ad
Pre Columbian Art
This feline with human traits is a bottle that makes the noise of the character when filled with water. La Tolita, island in Ecuador which has an acrheological site that has become a tourist attraction. 350 bc – 350 ad
Pre Columbian Art
La Tolita. 350 bc – 350 ad
Pre Columbian Art
Jama-Coaque 350 bc — 1530 ad
Pre Columbian Art
Napo, province in Ecuador. 1200-1600 ad
Pre Columbian Art
Manteno-Guancavilca, coastal Ecuador, 1100-1520 ad
Pre Columbian Art
Carchi, northern highlands of Ecuador, 750-1550 ad
Pre Columbian Art
Bahia 450 bc – 700 ad
Pre Columbian Art
Shaman’s Table, Jama-Coaque, 500 bc -1500 ad
Pre Columbian Art
Pre Columbian Art
Stamps. Jama-Coaque, 500 bc-1530 ad
Pre Columbian Art
The ancestor with six faces. Valdivia 4000-1500 bc
Pre Columbian Art
Valdivia, 4000-1500 bc
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3 Responses to Casa del Alabado

  1. Donna Janke says:

    Fascinating pieces of art and history.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Bumba says:

    Great artists in all eras.

    Liked by 1 person

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