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Shamanic Drum from the Sacred Valley of Peru 
Symbol: Inca Calendar 

The Andean or Inca calendar was linked to the agrarian regime that they practiced and, in this, the observation of the movements of the sun and the moon had a notable influence. They took the year, three hundred and sixty days, divided into twelve moons of thirty days, with another five that they added at the end of the year. The name of each month corresponded to a natural phenomenon or an agricultural motif.

Inca Calendar

  • Goat skin 
    Size: 45cm 
    Paint Acrylic 

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