National Geographic : 2012 Jan
Above: ese statues once stood on the plaza at El Caño. e fragment at le may show a war captive awaiting his fate---his hands are tied behind his seated body, now headless. Opposite: Animal-shaped pendants, like this two-headed gold bat and a stone falcon, adorned the dead. e gold pendant of a chief from nearby Sitio Conte, set with an emerald, represents an imaginary creature.