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COSTA RICA

 

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Guanacaste

 

<Fig. 129> -- Ceramic sculpture of a woman, 2 1/4 ft. high from Guanacaste, Costa Rica, dated 500-800 AD (Abel-Vidor et al. 1981).

 

 

Guaniles

 

<Fig. 181> -- Stone sculpture of a woman, 1 2/3rds ft. high, from Guaniles, Costa Rica, dated 1000 AD or earlier (Anton 1973).

 

 

Linea Vieja

 

<Fig. 149> -- Stone sculpture of a bound person, 3.2 ft. high, from Linea Vieja, Costa Rica, dated ca. 1000 AD (Abel-Vidor 1981).

 

 

 

 

<Fig. 173> -- Basalt sculpture, 4 1/4 ft. high, from Linea Vieja, Costa Rica, dated 800-1500 AD (Easby & Scott 1970).

 

 

 

 

 

<Fig. 180> -- Ceramic sculpture, 6.7 in. high, from Linea Vieja, Costa Rica, of the Huetar culture, dated ca. 800-1200 AD (Lehmann 1960).

 

 

Turrialba

 

<Fig. 151> -- Stone sculpture of a warrior, 5.2 ft. high, from Azul de Turrialba, Costa Rica, dated 700-1000 AD (Abel-Vidor et al. 1981).

 

 

 

<Fig. 153> -- Stone sculpture, 1.8 ft. high, from Azul de Turrialba, Costa Rica, dated 700-1000 AD (Abel-Vidor et al. 1981).

 

 

Costa Rica-- Misc. Sites

 

<Fig. 150> -- Ceramic sculpture, 3 1/2 in. high, from the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica, dated 500-1000 AD (Abel-Vidor et al. 1981).

 

 

<Fig. 152> -- Stone sculpture of a warrior, 1.4 ft. high, from the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica, dated 700-1000 AD (Abel-Vidor et al. 1981).

 

 

 

<Fig. 171> -- Stone

sculpture, 2 ft. high, from

the Caribbean coast of

Costa Rica, dated 1000 -

1200 AD (Abel-Vidor et al.

1981).