Rock Art Dominican Republic: Grand Panel “Cemi” Female Diety

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On these pictures above, taken by famous Spanish Archeologist Adolfo Lopez Belando represents a panel in the cave called Temple Cave. The paintings on the rock usually represent birds, fish, sometimes interacting with other animals. This panel is a representation of a rite which has an unusual interaction with the moon cycles. Also in between the anthropomorphous representation exalted here is the ” Caciques Enfajado,” repeated multiple times in the panel.

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About Frank A. Vinas

I'am a freelance beauty, lanscape, fashion and landscape photographer in Dominican Republic. My favorite place is the outdoors and going on adventures.
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