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Deer-Head Bell 11th–16th century Costa Rica  Chiriqui Gold

-- Deer-Head Bell -- Centuries -- Costa Rica -- Gold -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Double Eagle Pendant [Panama; Initial style] (1979.206.538) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Double-Eagle Pendant

Double-Eagle Pendant Date: century Geography: Panama Culture: Initial Style Medium: Gold Dimensions: H. x x Classification: Metal-Ornaments

Double Frog Pendant, c. 1000-1550                                                Western Panama, Veraguas-Gran Chiriquí Style, 11th-16th century

Double Frog Pendant, c. Western Panama, Veraguas-Gran Chiriquí Style, century cast and hammered gold

Panama | Bird pendant, Veraguas-Chiriquí style | Cast gold | 10th-16th century

Bird Pendant, c. Panama, Veraguas-Chiriquí style, century cast gold, x x cm

Figurine of a Deer   Gold; soldered and chased. H. 4.1 cm   5th - 4th century BC	  Siberian collection of Peter I,   Eastern Iran

Figurine of a Deer Gold; soldered and chased. cm - century BC Siberian collection of Peter I, Eastern Iran Source of Entry: Kunstkammer, St Petersburg.

Colombia Culture: Calima (Yotoco) Medium: Gold The Metropolitan Museum of Art. We all living beings are made of the same energy and substance either mater or antimatter, therefore we have to respect life in all its disguises, don't support animal killing for meat and pollution, go vegan and green for is a most, http://dammebleustartgate2freedom.blogspot.com

Animal-Headed Figure Pendant Date: century Geography: Colombia Culture: Calima (Yotoco) Medium: Gold Dimensions: H.

Gold Pendant of a Jaguar with a Head on its Tail - FJ.6049  Origin: Costa Rican/Panamanian Border Area  Circa: 500 AD to 1550 AD

Gold Pendant of a Jaguar with a Head on its Tail - Origin: Costa Rican/Panamanian Border Area Circa: 500 AD to 1550 AD

An Aztec gold pendant from the tomb of Ahuizotl. Mexico City, Mexico

An Aztec/Mexica gold pendant from the tomb of Ahuizotl, Tenochtitlan (modern Mexico City), Mexico. Ahuizotl became the greatest military leader of pre-Columbian Mesoamerica, responsible for much of the expansion of the Mexica domain.

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