National Geographic : 1915 Feb
A TYPICAL INCA JUG, DECORATED WITH A HUMAN FACE, PARTLY IN RELIEF AND PARTLY PAINTED The front shoulders of the jug are decorated with a necklace pat tern consisting of small bronze or silver disks suspended from a single string. This necklace pattern was worked out by the Incas in various ways. 3 natural size. A SORCERER S JAR, FORMERLY AONE-HANDLED JUG FROM WHICH THE HANDLE HAD BEEN REMOVED AND THE NUBBINS RUBBED DOWN This jug was found inacave above the city and contained an extraordinary variety of articles, asshown onthefollowing page. From their complexity and their resemblance tosome ofthegreat remedies still sold in the plaza ofCuzco and used bythe Indians, we believe that this jug belonged toasorcerer, ormedicine man.