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Pendiente de oro,que mostraba el rango militar del guerrero  British Museum

Pendiente de oro,que mostraba el rango militar del guerrero British Museum

Turqoise nose ornament - Turquoise - Moche culture of Peru Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Turqoise nose ornament - Turquoise - Moche culture of Peru Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

large gold frog pendant (800 – 1500 AD) from the Coclé civilization of modern-day Panama

large gold frog pendant (800 – 1500 AD) from the Coclé civilization of modern-day Panama

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.

Gold Pendant of a Man in a Ceremonial Costume - FJ.6235 Origin: Calima Region of Colombia Circa: 800 AD to 1600 AD

Gold Pendant of a Man in a Ceremonial Costume - FJ.6235 Origin: Calima Region of Colombia Circa: 800 AD to 1600 AD

Gold ring with inscription in openwork (Ivy leaf) ANIMA DVLCIS VIVAS MECV (May you live with me sweet soul). Late Roman, 4th century AD.

Gold ring with inscription in openwork (Ivy leaf) ANIMA DVLCIS VIVAS MECV (May you live with me sweet soul). Late Roman, 4th century AD.

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