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This study by researcher Ryan Martin explores the meaning ascribed to higuera gourds by ancient Taino.
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It is the gourd rattle that I placed in the hand of the behike in this painting
This image shows a clearer view of the incised linear designs on the one gourd. I used this particular design as the model for one of my favorite rattles
I was hoping the article gave more details about the designs on the gourd. I cannot see the designs in the photos.
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