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Taino Contorted Anthropic Fossil Coral Cemi/Stamp. PreColumbian | eBay

Taino Contorted Anthropic Fossil Coral Cemi/Stamp. PreColumbian | eBay

Taino Contorted Anthropic Fossil Coral Cemi/Stamp. PreColumbian | eBay

Taino Contorted Anthropic Fossil Coral Cemi/Stamp. PreColumbian | eBay

Large black stone Ceremonial straight Celt with Squatting Zemi from the Taino Culture. http://www.galeriacontici.net/precolumbian/islands/specialty.html #precolumbian #taino

Large black stone Ceremonial straight Celt with Squatting Cemi from the Taino Culture.

Taino carved stone head Zemi decorative art sculpture Puerto Rico 8 inch - http://art.goshoppins.com/carvings/taino-carved-stone-head-zemi-decorative-art-sculpture-puerto-rico-8-inch/

Taino carved stone head Zemi decorative art sculpture Puerto Rico 8 inch - http://art.goshoppins.com/carvings/taino-carved-stone-head-zemi-decorative-art-sculpture-puerto-rico-8-inch/

Image 1 PreColumbian Stone Zemi, Taino Indians, PR, DR, & Haiti

This fantastic stone Zemi, or spirit stone was carved by the Taino people who inhabited the Caribbean Islands before the arrival of Columbus.

Sylvia del Villard (February 28, 1928-February 28, 1990), was an actress, dancer, choreographer and  Afro-Puerto Rican activist. Del Villard was born in Santurce, a section of San Juan, Puerto Rico.In 1968, she founded the Afro-Boricua El Coqui Theater, which was recognized by the Panamerican Association of the New World Festival as the most important authority of Black Puerto Rican culture.

Sylvia del Villard (February was an actress, dancer, choreographer and Afro-Puerto Rican activist. Del Villard studied Sociology and Anthropology at Fisk University in Tennessee. However, Del Villard had to deal with the anti-

Monumental Taino “Owl”

Monumental Taino “Owl”

Yo Soy Afro-Boricua~ Proud to be a little bit of everything:)

started out life as a pretty baby and learned to be a pretty girl from my pretty mother.I grew my hair long and hid behind it for the first years of my adolescence. This was when I learned to be invisible.

This simple yet gorgeous Taino ceremonial celt is made from a large dark green stone with a reptilian motif as the upper handle.  http://www.galeriacontici.net/precolumbian/islands/specialty.html  #precolumbian #taino

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