November 1985
Ornament;Winter85, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p26
This article discusses the Pre-Columbian broadwing pendants of the Tairona people of Columbia. The pendants resemble bats which were important figures in Pre-Columbian religion and rituals; however, the actual use of these pendants is unknown. There are four types of broadwing pendants that are categorized by form.


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