Cf. Lothrop, Archaeology of Southern Veraguas, Panama, 1950, p. 56, fig. 72B, pour un autre pendentif à deux têtes.
“Gold objects, perhaps above all other artistic expressions, came to express transformative capacities and powers- in how they were manufactured, how they were displayed and what they represented … Directly or indirectly, transformation lies at the core of this constellation of meanings and activities” (Quilter in McEwan, ed. Precolumbian Gold: Technology, Style, and Iconography, 2000, p. 192).
Cf. Lothrop, Archaeology of Southern Veraguas, Panama, 1950, p. 56, fig. 72B for the double-headed type.
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