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Costa Rica, Diquís region | Lobster pendant | Cast gold | 11th-16th century

ART OF THE DAY: Lobster Pendant, c. See it at the CMA in our new north wing galleries!

Museo del Oro Bogota,Colombia 10 - Arqueología, Historia Antigua y Medieval - Terrae Antiqvae

Precolumbian Gold Museum (San Jose, Costa Rica): Top Tips Before You Go - TripAdvisor

Veraguas, Panama, 9th-15th century, gold:    This pendant in form of a monkey holding its tail is less than three inches in size. In some Mesoamerican cultures, the monkey is considered mysterious because it looks and acts so human-like. Because they live in trees and eat fruits and foliage, some traditions associate monkeys with vegetation the sun and sky.

Veraguas, Panama, century, gold: This pendant in form of a monkey holding its tail is less than three inches in size. In some Mesoamerican cultures tradition associates monkeys with vegetation, the sun and sky.

Panama | Three Coclé Frog pendants; cast gold | ca. 300 to 1550 A.D  || {GPA}

Panama | Three Coclé Frog pendants; cast gold | ca. 300 to 1550 A.D || {GPA}

Procedente del Galeón Girona 1588. Colgante de oro y marfil procedente de Coclé (Panamá). Actualmente en The Metropolitan

Frog Pendant Date: century Geography: Panama, Azuero Peninsula, Rio Parita region Culture: Parita Medium: Gold, tooth inlay

Bat-Nosed Figures Pendant, 1000-1550 Panama, Azuero Peninsula, Parita style, 11th-16th century  cast gold

Bat-Nosed Figures Pendant, 1000-1550 Panama, Azuero Peninsula, Parita style, 11th-16th century cast gold

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