Fig. 2 - Plan of the ruins of the temple of Chavin, surveyed in 1963 by J.H. Rowe
and Marino Gonzales Moreno. The numbers indicate the places where some of the
sculptures were found:
#1, the cornice ornaments with felines and serpends, fig. 17
#2, the relief of the Smiling God, fig.21
#3, the cornice ornamented with an eagle discovered in 1919, fig. 12
, and fragments of other similar cornices discovered in 1958, fig. 13
#4, relief ornamented with caymans, fig. 19.
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