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Tairona tumbaga alloy of gold and copper plated with gold.

From the gold museum in Bogota, Columbia. Tairona tumbaga alloy of gold and co.

Offering vessel made of tecalli (in this case calcite onyx), in the form of an ocelot. The eyes and mouth of the vessel were probably once inlaid with semi precious shell or stone and the two depressions hollowed in the back were used to place offerings.       Teotihuacan 400-600 (circa).

Calcite onyx ritual container in the form of a feline, Teotihuacan culture BC - AD From Mexico - British Museum - Highlight image

Japanese Vintage Conch Shell (Horagai (法螺貝) or Pacific Triton's from manyfacesofjapan on Ruby Lane

Japanese Horagai 法螺貝 or Conch Shell of a Pacific Triton's Trumpet Ornament

Japanese Vintage Conch Shell (Horagai (法螺貝) or Pacific Triton's from manyfacesofjapan on Ruby Lane

Japanese Vintage Conch Shell (Horagai (法螺貝) or Pacific Triton's Trumpet Ornament from the Many Faces of Japan

Japanese Horagai 法螺貝 or Conch Shell of a Pacific Triton's Trumpet Ornament

Japanese Vintage Conch Shell (Horagai (法螺貝) or Pacific Triton's Trumpet Ornament from the Many Faces of Japan

theancientwayoflife: “~ Head of a Woman. Culture: Etruscan Date: 4th-3rd century B.C. Place of origin: Italy, Lazio (Latium) Medium: Terracotta, traces of paint and gilding . ”

theancientwayoflife: “~ Head of a Woman. Culture: Etruscan Date: century B. Place of origin: Italy, Lazio (Latium) Medium: Terracotta, traces of paint and gilding .

Hp Sauce, Skull And Bones, Animal Skulls, Pattern Print, Pattern

Funerary Urn, Mexico, Oaxaca, Zapotec Culture  terracotta, Overall - h:38.25 w:38.50 d:25.25 cm (h:15 w:15 1/8 d:9 15/16 inches).  | Cleveland Museum of Art

Funerary Urn, Mexico, Oaxaca, Zapotec Culture terracotta, Overall - cm inches).

Crouching masked jaguar warrior The stucco crouching jaguar figure is 9 feet long and dates to AD 250 to 600. Maya culture.

The Crouching Masked Jaguar Dancer Sculpture—The Greatest Mayan Discovery in Recent Times (photo by Jorge Perez de Lara)

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