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Pendant

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Colombia; Córdoba Department; ; ; Río Sinú east bank 140 miles above mouth
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Pendant

probably Zenú (Sinú) (archaeological) (attributed)
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  • Culture/People:

    probably Zenú (Sinú) (archaeological) (attributed)

  • Object name:

    Pendant

  • Date created:

    AD 800-1500

  • Place:

    Río Sinú east bank 140 miles above mouth; Córdoba Department; Colombia

  • Media/Materials:

    Gold

  • Techniques:

    Cast, hammered

  • Collection History/Provenance:

    Collected or excavated by an unnamed local Native man who gave or sold it to an unnamed representative of G. Amsinck & Co (a New York import/export firm with operations in Latin America) in Montería, Colombia; purchased by George Heye/ MAI in 1916.

  • Catalog number:

    5/852

  •  

    This item is currently on view at NMAI, DC.

See it in the 1491 section in the "Our Peoples" gallery on the 4th floor

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