Entre entierros y rituales : los jarrones trípodes del Caribe Central de Costa Rica (300 a.C.-800 d.C.) = Between burial and ritual : tripod bowls of the Costa Rican Central Caribbean (300 BC-800 AD) /

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Author / Creator:Fernández Esquivel, Patricia, author.
Edition:Primera edición.
Imprint:San José, Costa Rica : Fundación Museos de Banco Central de Costa Rica, 2013.
Description:61 pages : color illustrations, color map ; 22 x 28 cm
Language:Spanish
English
Subject:Fundación Museos de Banco Central de Costa Rica -- Art collections.
Indians of Central America -- Funeral customs and rites -- Costa Rica.
Indians of Central America -- Costa Rica -- Religion.
Indians of Central America -- Costa Rica -- Antiquities.
Indian pottery -- Costa Rica.
Antiquities.
Art museums.
Indian pottery.
Indians of Central America -- Antiquities.
Indians of Central America -- Funeral customs and rites.
Indians of Central America -- Religion.
Costa Rica -- Antiquities.
Costa Rica.
Format: Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/10164768
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Varying Form of Title:Jarrones trípodes del Caribe Central de Costa Rica (300 a.C.-800 d.C.)
Between burial and ritual : tripod bowls of the Costa Rican Central Caribbean 300 BC-800 AD
Tripod bowls of the Costa Rican Central Caribbean (300 BC-800 AD)
Other authors / contributors:Fundación Museos de Banco Central de Costa Rica.
ISBN:9789968530163
9968530166
Notes:"La colección cerámica dentro del patrimonio arqueológica del Banco Central es la segunda más numerosa y está conformada por piezas de una calidad y dimensión estética extraordinarias... 75 piezas cerámicas [se seleccionaron] para la realización de esta investigación sobre los jarrones tripodes vinculados con los rituales funerarios durante las fases culturales del Bosque (300 a.C. al 300 d.C.) y La Selva (300 d.C. al 800 a.D.) = The ceramic colletion of the Costa Rican Central Bank's archaeological pieces is the second largest in its custody and is made up of vessels of remarkable quality and aesthetic scope.... 75 ceramic pieces [were selected] to research the role of tripod bowls in funerary rituals in El Bosque (300 BC-300 AD) and La Selva (300-800 AD) cultural phases."--Page 7.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 59-61).
Spanish and English.