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Style of ceramics dating to the late Intermediate Period and found in the Cuzco area of Peru. First recognized by J. H. Rowe, Killke pottery is characterized by globular forms, white or buff slip coating, and simple geometric decoration, usually in black or black on red.

Subjects: Archaeology.

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