Inca Gold Sun Mask

Illustration

Mark Cartwright
by Andrew Howe
published on 07 March 2014
Inca Gold Sun Mask

A gold-sheet mask representing the sun god Inti from the La Tolita part of the Inca empire. The design is typical of masks of Inti with zig-zag rays bursting from the head and ending in human faces or figures. (National Museum, Quito, Ecuador).

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