Fig. 12 - Eagle represented on a cornice found in 1919 at the place marked 3 on the plan (fig. 2), reconstructed on the basis of what remains of the original and of a plaster cast in the Museo Nacional de Antropologia y Arqueologia, Lima. The body of the eagle, destroyed in the original (dashed outline), has been reconstructed to agree with the fragments of similar eagles found in 1958 (see fig. 13). Phase AB, but later than fig. 11.
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