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File:Pre-Columbian incense burner, Costa Rica (Carlos Museum).jpg


English: A Greater Nicoya ceramic incense burner with crocodile lid, 500 - 1350 CE (Period I - Period VII); Potosi applique; modern-day Costa Rica
Date July 2008
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Author Madman2001


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