Ancient Roman 24K Gold Lunar Pendant http://www.artemisgallery.com/Ancient-Roman-24K-Gold-Lunar-Pendant.html ca 100 - 300 AD

Ancient Roman 24K Gold Lunar Pendant http://www.artemisgallery.com/Ancient-Roman-24K-Gold-Lunar-Pendant.html ca 100 - 300 AD

Calima,Pre-Columbian

Calima,Pre-Columbian. Mientras otras culturas precolombinas trabajaban con ceramica la cultura Calima y Muisca (Colombia) trabajaban con oro creando piezas de una altisimo calidad y con gran cantidad de detalles.

Nose Ornament Chimú, Late Intermediate Period 900-1470 CE 2.5 cm x 3.6 cm x 0.4 cm (1 in. x 1 7/16 in. x 3/16 in.) gold PC.B.455  DUMBARTON OAKS

Nose Ornament Chimú, Late Intermediate Period 900-1470 CE 2.5 cm x 3.6 cm x 0.4 cm (1 in. x 1 7/16 in. x 3/16 in.) gold PC.B.455 DUMBARTON OAKS

Beyond El Dorado,power gold and gold in ancient Colombia. British Museum 2013

Lobster-shaped pendant, Colombia, Urabá, AD © Museo del Oro – Banco de la República, Colombia.

Peru by Mario Testino   - Explore the World with Travel Nerd Nici, one Country at a Time. http://TravelNerdNici.com

Recomiendo que tú lleves la ropa indígena. La ropa indígena incluye una pollera, un poncho, Aguayo, manta y chullo. Es una experiencia diferente.

A rare middle Assyrian Bull Pendant, 16th to 10th centuries BC

A rare middle Assyrian Bull Pendant, 16th to 10th centuries BC

Cultura, Joyería Egipcia, Joyas Antiguas, Joyas Medieval, El Toro, Ágatas, Medio, Amulets, Sumerian

Gilcrease Museum’s exhibit, “To Capture the Sun: Gold of Ancient Panama,” is on display through Sunday. Pictured above is Double Crocodile Effigy, Gran Coclé, gold, 500-850.

Gilcrease Museum’s exhibit, “To Capture the Sun: Gold of Ancient Panama,” is on display through Sunday. Pictured above is Double Crocodile Effigy, Gran Coclé, gold, 500-850.

This nose plug, called ‘xiuhyacamitl’ in Náhuatl, has a striking shape. Some experts say it could represent a butterfly (look at the gold piece in the main photo!); on the other hand it might well represent a double-headed serpent. In fact that’s exactly how it’s shown in some of the Mixtec codices like the Borgia.

This nose plug, called ‘xiuhyacamitl’ in Náhuatl, has a striking shape. Some experts say it could represent a butterfly (look at the gold piece in the main photo!); on the other hand it might well represent a double-headed serpent. In fact that’s exactly how it’s shown in some of the Mixtec codices like the Borgia.

Nose Ornament with Shrimp. Moche, 390-450.

Ornamento de nariz con motivo de camarones, 390 - 450 d.C. Cultura Moche

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