Espátulas | Joyas Del Arte Taino | VICINI

Espátulas | Joyas Del Arte Taino | VICINI

Large cult object of the Taino-Indians,the first American-Indian population discovered by Christopher Columbus.The significance of these stone-"necklaces" is still unknown. Depot du Musee de l'homme

Large cult object of the Taino-Indians,the first American-Indian population discovered by Christopher Columbus.The significance of these stone-"necklaces" is still unknown. Depot du Musee de l'homme

Taino indian Puerto Rico

Taino indian Puerto Rico

Belt. Taíno culture. Santo Domingo1492-1520 (Museum für Völkerkunde- Viena)

Belt. Taíno culture. Santo Domingo1492-1520 (Museum für Völkerkunde- Viena)

Amulets from the book Jewels Of Taino Art from Vicini

Amulets from the book Jewels Of Taino Art from Vicini

In Taino culture artistic manifestations reflect the understanding of images and symbols with multiple meanings, closely linked to mythological beliefs, extolling their deities, the presence of spirits and the remembrance of their ancestors.

In Taino culture artistic manifestations reflect the understanding of images and symbols with multiple meanings, closely linked to mythological beliefs, extolling their deities, the presence of spirits and the remembrance of their ancestors.

Cultura Taino. Zemi in roccia basaltica. Maketaurie Guayaba.

Cultura Taino. Zemi in roccia basaltica. Maketaurie Guayaba.

Majadores: La confeccion de las manos de morteros o majadores, que tiene esculpidos en sus mangas bellos elementos figurativos que contribuian a la function / Masher: The manufacture of mortars or pestles, the handles of which are engraved with beautiful symbolical elements that contributed to the function of the object, since they were used to mash hallucinogenic substances inhaled during the cohoba ceremony. By VICINI

Majadores: La confeccion de las manos de morteros o majadores, que tiene esculpidos en sus mangas bellos elementos figurativos que contribuian a la function / Masher: The manufacture of mortars or pestles, the handles of which are engraved with beautiful symbolical elements that contributed to the function of the object, since they were used to mash hallucinogenic substances inhaled during the cohoba ceremony. By VICINI

Efigie Vessel | Jewels of Taino Art | VICINI

Efigie Vessel | Jewels of Taino Art | VICINI

Taino Divinity

Taino Divinity

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