The Sican (also Sicán) culture is the name that archaeologist Izumi Shimada gave to the culture that inhabited what is now the north coast of Peru between about AD ...
Sicán Elite of Huaca Loro, Painting by Christiane Clados-Gold Mask, National Museum of Sicán, Lambayeque ...
Silver cup… Chimú or Sicán, A.D. 800-1450. This cup is the most iconographically complex artwork from ancient Peru’s north coast region. The imagery, which ...
Sicán Culture . Pre-Inca Culture (700 - 1100 EC.) also known as "Lambayeque Culture", settled down in the north coast, Pomac was its cultural center (Batán Grande ...
Museo Sicán ofrece impresionante muestra de piezas de oro en Lambayeque - Duration: 2:52. andinaweb 4,330 views. 2:52
The Sicán culture, thought to descend from the Mochica, is associated with the Naymlap dynasty, based on a wide-reaching political confederacy emanating from
The Sicán National Museum is a museum in Ferreñafe, Peru, which opened in 2004. The museum documents the ancient Sican culture.  See also. List of museums in Peru
Lord of Sicán. An ancient ceremonial knife called a tumi (pictured in the Brüning National Archaeological Museum) shows a Lambayeque figure sitting on a throne ...
This mask, made of hammered sheet gold alloy and covered in red pigment, once adorned the body of a deceased ruler on Peru’s north coast. Powerful dynasties arose ...
Sicán Central Andes, Sicán, Middle Sicán Janus-Faced Beaker 850-880 Ht: 5 5/16 in.; diameter: 4 11/16 in. Gold Detailed information is available for this work of art: