African symbols known as adinkra are ubiquitous in #Ghana, a West African country on the Atlantic, between Cote d'Ivoire and Togo. On cloth and walls, in pottery and logos, these Asante tribe symbols can be found everywhere. Adinkra symbol index: http://www.adinkra.org/htmls/adinkra_index.htm | #language #africa

Adinkra Symbols from Ghana

African symbols known as adinkra are Ghana, a West Africa, Asante tribe symbols Adinkra symbols

Gold phiale (libation bowl), decorated with bees, acorns, and beechnuts. | Late Classical or Hellenistic (4th–3rd century B.C.)

Gold phiale (libation bowl) Period: Late Classical or Hellenistic Date: century B. Culture: Greek Medium: Gold Dimensions: H. diameter 9 in. cm) Classification: Gold and Silver Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1962 Accession Number:

Pair of Ear Pendants  Date: 13th–16th century Geography: Colombia Culture: Sonso Medium: Gold

Pair of Ear Pendants Date: century Geography: Colombia Culture: Sonso Medium: Gold

/ / . Persian rug symbols

The Persian rug is the soul of the room and tells a story.

Lime Dipper or Pin  Date:     1st–7th century Geography:     Colombia Culture:     Calima (Yotoco) Medium:     Gold MET

Lime Dipper or Pin Date: century Geography: Colombia Culture: Calima (Yotoco) Medium: Gold Dimensions: H.

Extraños seres del mundo antiguo. Arte precolombino, Museo del Oro, Bogotá DC, Colombia. by Álvaro Bueno on Flickr.

When Leah was in she visited the Museo del Oro (Museum of Gold). In Colombia, this symbol represents the which is associated with the regenerating powers of and the

Vector image of ancient American pattern on white

Buy Ancient American pattern by on GraphicRiver. Vector image of ancient American pattern on white. Package contains: EPS version), JPG pixels, RGB )

Repinned by Elizabeth VanBuskirk in "Teaching about the Incas." Here are Inca  tupu pins used to hold a woman's manta over the shoulders. These look they are gold, from the Inca period about 1500.There are colonial portraits, painted right after the conquest  which show how royal Inca women dressed. In some Andean areas today women still use tupus but are usually now in the form of large decorative safety pins (especially Bolivia.)

Inca tupu pins used to hold a woman's manta over the shoulders. These look they are gold, from the Inca period about In some Andean areas today women still use tupus but are usually now in the form of large decorative safety pins (especially Bolivia.

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