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Pre-Columbian Art / Tairona Tumbaga Amulet of a Deity - FJ.3985
Origin: Colombia
Circa: 800 AD to 1200 AD
Dimensions: 1.625" (4.1cm) high
Collection: Pre-Columbian
Medium: Tumbaga

Additional Information: 7.6 grams

Location: United States
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In ancient South America, amulets depicting strange deities and fantastic beasts were worn as protection against the unknown evils of the world. This golden talisman depicts a male god with a powerful human body and a snarling animal face. He seems to be warning evil to keep its distance. Though we cannot be sure if this pendant kept its original owner safe, there is no denying its visual power. He radiates an aura of ancient magic that is much greater than his acutal size. - (FJ.3985)


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