Pottery objects with typical drawings, full of colors, provide insight into the Tiwanaku culture and civilization.
1) Keru cup, of the 5th period, created with clay between 750 - 1100 b.c. It was used for religious ceremonies. The name comes from the quechua word which means wood, since the inca ceremonial cups were made out of wood.
2) Pot with animal form, between 15 and 25cm of height, probably from the 200-700 b.c. period.
3) Mud bottle with colors with holders. The nose, ears and mouth of a face were painted on the neck of the bottle.
4) Clay pot, likewise between the 200-700 b.c. period.
5) Rug fragment from the expansionist era of Tiwanaku. Shows the figure of the gate of the sun.
6) Ceremonial knife, made in gold, with a human figure as an ornament in the handle.
7) Pots of gold and copper were produced by the Tiwanaku.
8) Ceremonial hat with a religious meaning.
9) Human form pottery, also animals were used commonly as a subject for much of the pottery.