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Maya, Guatemala or Mexico, Mesoamerica Culture, Mirror-Bearer, 6th century, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Maya - Mirror Bearer Date: century Geography: Mexico, Mesoamerica Culture: Maya Medium: Wood, red hematite. Wood-Sculpture Credit Line: The Michael C. Rockefeller Memorial Collection, Bequest of Nelson A.

Figure  Date:     7th–10th century Geography:     Mexico, Mesoamerica, Veracruz Culture:     Veracruz Medium:     Ceramic, hematite crystals

Figure Date: century Geography: Mexico, Mesoamerica, Veracruz Culture…

MEXICO | Seated Ballplayer, 1st century BCE–3rd century CE. Mexico. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of The Andrall and Joanne Pearson Collection, 2005 (2005.91.1) #WorldCup

Seated Ballplayer Date: century century CE Geography: Mexico, Mesoamerica, Jalisco

ENCENSOIR EN DEUX PARTIES CULTURE TEOTIHUACÁN VALLÉE DE MEXICO, MEXIQUE CLASSIQUE, 450-650 AP. J.-C..

ENCENSOIR EN DEUX PARTIES CULTURE TEOTIHUACÁN VALLÉE DE MEXICO, MEXIQUE CLASSIQUE, 450-650 AP. J.-C..

Tlaloc incensario, Colima, Mexico, Pottery, 100 BC - 150 AD

Note the cross under the "nose" of the censor! I wonder what it may have meant?

.Chalchiuhtlicue Artist Unknown (Mexica (Aztec)) (Mexico, Central America), 1200-1521

.Chalchiuhtlicue Artist Unknown (Mexica (Aztec)) (Mexico, Central America), 1200-1521

Human effigy incense burner top Maya , A.D. 400–550. -1

tlatollotl: “ Human effigy incense burner top Maya Early Classic Period A. Object Place: Department of El Petén, Guatemala, Tikal area A seated male figure, likely a Maya ruler, wears a.

Incense Burner | Pacific Coast, Guatemala. Maya. 350-500 AD.

“ This elaborate incense burner unites a Teotihuacan ritual object with a Maya mythological narrative.

Precolumbian Rain God Vessel, c. 1100–1400  Mexico, Colima, El Chanal, Mixtec style, Middle Post Classic period (1200–1400)  Polychromed ceramic.

"Rain God Vessel" (ca. Mexico - Mixtec style, Middle Post Classic period Part of the exhibit Children of the Plumed Serpent: The Legacy of Quetzalcoatl in Ancient Mexico, at LACMA.

"Embracing Couple"  700-900; Maya; Terracotta; height 24 cm (9 in.); Founders Society Purchase, Katherine Margaret Kay Bequest Fund, and New Endowment Fund; 77.49  Detroit Institute of Arts

Mayan island of Jaina, a religious sanctuary and necropolis. Founders Society Purchase, Katherine Margaret Kay Bequest Fund and New Endowment Fund, Detroit Institute of Arts.

Devuelven a Guatemala 7 piezas mayas de más de mil años

Ahau in Throne, Petén, late Classic, note that only the Maya Blue is well preserved

Pottery in the shape of a shaman    Pottery in the shape of a shaman, terracotta, Tembladera culture, Peru  Collection Janssen-Arts, MAS, Antwerp

Pottery in the shape of a shaman Pottery in the shape of a shaman, terracotta, Tembladera culture, Peru

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