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Panama's pre-Hispanic golden artifacts stored out of sight

Nine Years Ago, a trove of intricate gold artifacts were uncovered at a little-known archaeological site in Panama. The treasures dating from over 1,000 years ago included gold beads, strange ceramic pots, and chest plates engraved with delicate designs in forms such as a squid and human face. Pottery pieces discovered at El Cano archaeological site are displayed at the Fundacion el Caño, in Panama City, Panama.  The pottery...

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