Nasca


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Nas·ca

 (näs′kə)
n.
Variant of Nazca.
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Naz•ca

or Nas•ca

(ˈnɑs kɑ, -kə)

adj.
of or designating a pre-Inca culture of SW Peru, dating from c200 b.c., characterized by polychrome pottery.
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Hojat M, Mangione S, Nasca TJ, Gonnella JS, Magee M.
Tabard with lizard-like creatures, 500-750 AD, Nasca, Peru, South Coast, feathers on cotton, 58.5 x 77.5cm.
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