Antonio Grass, Pintores| ColArte | Colombia Podemos usarlo para el boveda encima de las escaleras

Antonio Grass, Pintores| ColArte | Colombia Podemos usarlo para el boveda encima de las escaleras

Lime Container (Poporo)    Date:      1st–7th century  Geography:      Colombia  Culture:      Quimbaya  Medium:      Gold  Dimensions:      H. 9 x W. 5 1/4 in. (22.9 x 13.3 cm)   Classification:      Metal-Containers

Lime Container (Poporo) Date: century Geography: Colombia Culture: Quimbaya Medium: Gold Dimensions: H. x cm) Classification: Metal-Containers Credit Line: Jan Mitchell and Sons Collection, Gift of Jan Mitchell, 1991 Accession Number:

STAR GATES: A HIERATIC SLEEPING POSES INSIDE THE BIG CAPSUL OR A HI TECH MACHNIE??? WITH DIFFERENT HI TECH OBJECTS AROUND HER??? WITH A RAP AROUND KNEES AND ANKLES??? IS THIS A FLYING MACHINE??? WHAT IS THE MESSAGE THAT THEY LEFT HERE FOR US ON EARTH?? WHAT DO YOU SEE?? WHAT DO YOU THINK??? The most prominent cultures are the North, Sinu, Tairona and Muisca, their styles different from one another, share the preference for casting alloy of gold and copper- Taringa!

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The most prominent cultures are the North, Sinu, Tairona and Muisca, their styles different from one another, share the preference for casting alloy of gold and copper.

Golden statuette from the ‘Quimbaya Treasure’, a collection of 200 golden objects (500-1000 AD) given to Spain as a gift by the Colombian government in 1893. This particular artifact is thought to date to between 200 and 1000 AD.

-- Golden Statuette from the ‘Quimbaya Treasure’ -- A collection of 200 golden objects CE) gifted to Spain by the Colombian government in Courtesy of & currently located at the Museum of the Americas -- Madrid, Spain -- Photo Credit: Michel Wal.

Mask, tumbaga, Colombia, 500 BC-600, early Quimbaya.

Tumbaga Mask Early Quimbaya Found Calarca, South America Height: cm Width: cm Made using the lost wax cast technique. It is a small mask of a human face with closed eyes,.

Museo del Oro Quimbaya en Armenia

Colombian Art, Armenian Culture, Ancient Artifacts, Mesoamerican, Gold, Men's, Museums, Goddesses, The Universe

Seated female poporo, Quimbaya, gold alloy, AD600-1100. © The Trustees of the British Museum.

New exhibition shines a light on the legend of El Dorado through ancient Colombian gold jewellery and art

Beyond El Dorado: Power and Gold in Ancient Colombia - Seated female poporo, Quimbaya, gold alloy,

MUSEO DEL ORO

Colombian Art, Cartagena Colombia, Civilization, Archaeology, Inca, América Latina, Metallic, Aztec, Museums

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