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The Religious Inspiration of Pre-Incan Art on Chavin and Nazca Civilizations

MLA FORMAT 100% FREE OF PLAGIARISIM IDEAL OUTLINE: The Religious Inspiration of Pre-Incan Art on Chavin and Nazca Civilizations IV. Historical Background - Religion and Art on Pre-Incan Civilizations A. The Rise and Spread of Religion on Pre-Incan Civilizations 1. Importance and Purpose of Religious Practices on Pre-Incan Civilizations B. The Importance of Art on Pre-Incan Civilizations 1. Art Forms on Pre-Incan Civilizations V. Religion Inspiration of Pre Incan Art on the Chavin Civilization A. The Power of Religion on the Chavin Civilizations 1. The Spread of Religion and the Power of Priests on the Chavin Civilization a. Chavin Priests, The First Upper Class in the Peruvian Andeas b. Legacy and Spread of Religion on other Pre-Incan Civilizations c. Animals and their Importance on Religious Rituals 2. Religious Customs in the Chavin Civilization a. Religious Imagery, Shrines, and the Transformation to Spirit Animals b. Worship of Gods and their Importance on Ceremonies and Sacrifices c. Importance and Purpose of Art Forms on Rituals B. Art in the Chavin Civilization 1. Pottery, Sculptures and Textiles in the Chavin Civilization a. Animals and Plants on Pottery, Sculptures and Textiles b. Pottery, Sculptures and Textiles and their Religious Purposes 2. Architecture on the Chavin Civilization a. Decoration of Walls with Animals and Plants by Priests on Chavin VI. Religion Inspiration of Pre Incan Art on Nazca Civilization A. The Power of Religion on the Nazca Civilizations 1. Religion on the Nazca Civilization a. Chiefdoms, Regional Centers and the Shamans b. Cahuachi Ceremonial Center c. The Nazca Lines and their Religious Functions 2. Religious Customs in the Nazca Civilization a. Religious Imagery, Shrines, and the Transformation to Spirit Animals b. Worship of Gods and their Importance on Ceremonies and Sacrifices c. Animals and their Importance on Religious Rituals B. Art in the Nazca Civilization 1. Pottery, Sculptures and Textiles in the Nazca Civilization a. Animals and Plants on Pottery, Sculptures and Textiles b. Pottery, Sculptures and Textiles and their Religious Purposes c. Importance and Purpose of Art Forms on Rituals 2. Architecture on the Nazca Civilization a. The Nazca Lines b. Ventanilla Aqueducts and their Religious Significance VII. Nazca Thematic and Stylistic Continuities with Respect to the Previous Chavin Culture VII. Conclusions VIII. Bibliography
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