An in-depth study of the metal-working tradition which emerged in
the central Eastern Cordillera of Colombia between AD 600-1,500.
Part I includes the classification system, descriptions of the
objects, an analysis of function, iconography, geographical
distribution of the objects, their archaeological context and the
metal-working technology. Part II look sspecifically at votive
offerings, with a discussion of comparative material and
alternative theories on their function. Finally Lleras-Perez
presents his own theory on the role of votive offerings.
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