National Geographic : 1947 Apr
Finding the Tomb of a Warrior-God Stirrup-spout Pot and Portrait Vase Show Painted Face and Falcon Headdress Both were found in Mochica graves at Huaca de la Cruz. The late-Mochica white, red, and black one at left was buried with the warrior-priest-god, the other with a young woman. © National Geographic Society Kodachromes by Clifford Evans, Jr. Pre-Mochica Pots of Salinar Times Bear a Hummingbird and a Wall-less House The casita (little house) pot shows the Salinar had plenty of ventilation. The other illustrates their white-on-red painting and incising of pottery. Both vessels whistle when partly filled and tipped from side to side.