FMNH 152399.2

  • 152399: Bracelets (?) of Kagaba Arhuaco
    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: Bracelets (?) of Kagaba Arhuaco Priest or shaman. containing archaeological gold ornaments and beads of shell, jade, and carnelian. Scale 8:13.
  • 152399: carnelian, turquoise, shell
    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: carnelian, turquoise, shell, gold, cotton bracelets
Catalog Number: 152399.2
Description: bracelet
Materials: stone; carnelian, stone; turquoise, shell, metal; gold, cotton
Cultural Attribution: Chibchan, Kogui, Tairona
Locality: South America, Colombia, Palomino, Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta
Accession Number: [1419] Captain Marshall Field Expedition to Columbia - 1922-1923 : Captain Marshall Field Expedition to Colombia - 1922-1923 (Expedition)
Accession Year: 1922
Continent: South America
Country: Colombia
City/Town: Palomino
Collector/Source: Captain Marshall Field Expedition to Colombia - 1922-1923, J. A. Mason
EMu IRN: 4221450
GUID: 59f5d910-1e84-4259-91fe-9db86890020c

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