Three pointer with zoomorphic representation

This three pointer was carved from stone and had a triangular shape. It was decorated with a zoomorphic design. It was a symbol of power and fertility. Some of the three pointer were routinely buried in the plantations called conucos, to ensure the growth of the plants. Others were part of the shrines where the caciques kept their important artifacts. The three pointer stone is an exclusively Antillean development.

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