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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.71.2012.tde-17072012-182838
Document
Author
Full name
Daniela La Chioma Silvestre Villalva
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2012
Supervisor
Committee
Fleming, Maria Isabel D'Agostino (President)
Arcuri, Marcia Maria
Salles, Pedro Paulo
Title in Portuguese
Emissários do vento: um estudo dos tocadores de antaras representados na cerâmica ritual de Mochica e Nasca.
Keywords in Portuguese
Cerâmica
Iconografia
Mochica
Música
Nasca
Abstract in Portuguese
Este trabalho buscou sistematizar e analisar artefatos da cerâmica ritual Mochica e Nasca, pertencentes a coleções de diversos museus, cuja morfologia ou iconografia pode ser atribuída às representações de personagens portando ou tocando flautas de pã. Partimos da premissa de que estas representações aparecem em um conjunto de artefatos cerâmicos produzidos de acordo com uma normatização rígida, controlada por elites de poder político-religioso de uma sociedade hierarquicamente estruturada. Assim, a forma como os músicos estão representados na cerâmica pode revelar muito sobre seu papel social, sua relação com as estruturas de poder locais, bem como sobre a simbologia desse instrumento sonoro nas cosmovisões Mochica e Nasca, nos Andes Pré- Colombianos.
Title in English
Messengers of the Wind: an analysis of the panpipe players depicted on Moche and Nasca ritual ceramics
Keywords in English
Iconography
Moche
Music
Nasca
Pottery
Abstract in English
This paper aims to systematize and analyse the artifacts pertaining to a variety of museum's collections, which iconography or morphology can be ascribed to depictions of characters holding or playing panpipes on Moche and Nasca ritual pottery. We start from the premise that these representations appear in a set of ceramic artifacts produced according to a rigid standardization, controlled by elites holding the political and religious power. Thus, the way these musicians are displayed on pottery can reveal much about their social role, the imaginary place they hold in the minds of the Moche and Nasca peoples, their relation to the worldview and with their local power structures, as well as the symbolism of this instrument to these societies in the Pre-Columbian Andes.
 
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Publishing Date
2012-08-07
 
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