Ñusta / Virgin of the Sun holding a golden ceremonial cup called a kero during processions for Inti Raymi festival , Cusco , Peru
Ceremonial cups called keros / qirus were often used during feasts and rituals by the Inca and other Andean civilisations. They were made of wood, ceramics and metal and were often highly decorated.
Photograph ID: IntiRaymi2010D98
Photo © James Brunker, Magical Andes Photography 2010
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