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nariguera, prehispánicos colombianos

nariguera, prehispánicos colombianos

Anthropomorphic pectoral, Colombia, Tairona, AD 900–1600.  © Museo del Oro – Banco de la República, Colombia.

Anthropomorphic pectoral, Colombia, Tairona, AD 900–1600. © Museo del Oro – Banco de la República, Colombia.

Une petite figurine en or provenant du site El Angel est associée aux traditions orfèvres Tumaco La Tolita, alors qu’elle provient d’une région hors de l’aire culturelle de cette civilisation, à l’extérieur de la frange côtière.

Une petite figurine en or provenant du site El Angel est associée aux traditions orfèvres Tumaco La Tolita, alors qu’elle provient d’une région hors de l’aire culturelle de cette civilisation, à l’extérieur de la frange côtière.

Panamanian (Coclé style) (Artist) cast gold alloy

Panamanian (Coclé style) (Artist) cast gold alloy

Panama | Pendant, International Style | Cast gold | 5th-7th century

Panama | Pendant, International Style | Cast gold | 5th-7th century

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

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

Cauca pendant of a male Shaman in transformation ~ Gold | 900 - 1550 AD ||| {GPA}

Cauca pendant of a male Shaman in transformation ~ Gold | 900 - 1550 AD ||| {GPA}

Breastplate Gold A.D. 1000 - A.D. 1600 16,5 x 12,2 x 2, Cauca Colombia

Breastplate Gold A.D. 1000 - A.D. 1600 16,5 x 12,2 x 2, Cauca Colombia

Colombia | A pectoral recovered from an archaeological site | Tumbaga ~  was the name given by Spaniards to a non-specific alloy of gold and copper which they found in widespread use in pre-Columbian Mesoamerica and South America.

Colombia | A pectoral recovered from an archaeological site | Tumbaga ~ was the name given by Spaniards to a non-specific alloy of gold and copper which they found in widespread use in pre-Columbian Mesoamerica and South America.

Lobster-shaped pendant, Colombia, Urabá, AD 300–1600. © Museo del Oro – Banco de la República, Colombia.

Lobster-shaped pendant, Colombia, Urabá, AD 300–1600. © Museo del Oro – Banco de la República, Colombia.

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