|Current Location||Collections Storage|
|Provenience||Panama | Sitio Conte|
|Site Name||Sitio Conte|
|Culture Area||Central American|
|Locus||Tr. 2, B 11, Skeleton F|
Angular human face with oval eyes and crescentic nasal nares. Hooked ears. Wide mouth full of triangular teeth. Headdress ending in claws. Torso only to waist. Depressed triangle in chest. Curvilinear arms ending in great claws. Long snake-like connection between mouth or neck of human figure and animals on either side at top which support animals by back with legs hanging down, head upside down, and arms outstretched. Scales (?) on one side of supporting band. Animals have quasi-human feet with heels and claws. Front half with outstretched appendages with human-like hands, claw thumbs. Heads have mouths full of triangular teeth in both jaws. Elongated curving tongue. Large round eyes with central dots. Pyramidal crest on heads. Two pair suspension holes.
|Credit Line||Panama, Cocle Expedition; J. Alden Mason, 1940|
|Other Number||G-54 - Field No SF|
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