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This elaborate piece of pottery is actually a musical instrument. Classic period Maya whistle representing a seated woman, AD 600–900 Quiché Department, Guatemala Pottery

PHOTOS: Rarely Seen Central American Ceramics Dating from 1,000 Years Ago

Classic period Maya whistle representing a seated woman, AD Quiché Department, Guatemala Pottery, paint

probably Classic period Maya (archaeological culture) (attributed)  Pendant representing the Maize God  Date created: AD 300-900  Place: Palenque; Palenque Municipality, Selva Region; Chiapas State; Mexico  Media/Materials: Jade  Techniques: Carved, polished, drilled

probably Classic period Maya (archaeological culture) (attributed) Pendant representing the Maize God Date created: AD Place: Palenque;

Maya Figurines Preclassic Period 1800 BCE-250 CE (11)

Maya Figurines Preclassic Period 1800 CE Interesting but earliest date is incorrect.

Standing Figure  Date:     8th–9th century Geography:     Mexico, Mesoamerica, Yucatan Culture:     Maya Medium:     Ceramic

Standing Figure Date: century Geography: Mexico, Mesoamerica, Yucatan…

Another view of a Seated Male Whistle Figure Mayan Ceramic 600-900 CE | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Another view of a Seated Male Whistle Figure Mayan Ceramic CE Photographed at the Portland Art Museum in Portland, Oregon.

Jaina warrior Ancient Maya (Jaina, Mexico), n.d.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Image: File date: Caption: Jaina Warrior Justin Kerr image Description: Maya. He hold a war banner aloft and carries a stone ball in his left hand.

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