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Manteno Ceramic Standing Male Figure - PF.2434 Origin: Ecuador (Manabi), ca. 800-1600 AD, Dimensions: 19.25" (48.9cm) high Collection: Pre-Columbian Medium: Terracotta.

Manteno Ceramic Standing Male Figure - PF.2434 Origin: Ecuador (Manabi), ca. 800-1600 AD, Dimensions: 19.25" (48.9cm) high Collection: Pre-Columbian Medium: Terracotta.

peruvian art | Description Cup, Peru north coast, Sican culture, 850-1050 AD, gold ...

peruvian art | Description Cup, Peru north coast, Sican culture, 850-1050 AD, gold ...

Cultura La Tolita: Se desarrolló en la costa norte del Ecuador. Esta figura cerámica representa a un sacerdote en éxtasis al ser transformado en una figura felínica.

Cultura La Tolita: Se desarrolló en la costa norte del Ecuador. Esta figura cerámica representa a un sacerdote en éxtasis al ser transformado en una figura felínica.

Standing Ceramic Female Figure,Ecuador,Jama Coaque culture 5th century BCE-6th century CE

Standing Ceramic Female Figure,Ecuador,Jama Coaque culture 5th century BCE-6th century CE

Jama-Coaque Culture Developed from 500 BC - 500 AD in the coastal region of Ecuador.

Jama-Coaque Culture Developed from 500 BC - 500 AD in the coastal region of Ecuador.

Figurilla precolombina que representa a ser reptiliano  Leer más: http://el-libertario.webnode.es/nuestros-antiguos-instructores/

Figurilla precolombina que representa a ser reptiliano Leer más: http://el-libertario.webnode.es/nuestros-antiguos-instructores/

Ball game player. This figure originates from Veracruz and therefore not from Mayan area. Nevertheless, it illustrates how a ball game player was dressed. He wore a broad leather belt around the hips which was shaped like a horseshoe. Wearing a knee pad was very important because it allowed the player to shoot low balls with the hip.  Ceramic, Mexico, Veracruz culture, late classical period, 600 900 A.D., Museum Volkenkunde Leiden, photo: B. Grishaaver

Ball game player. This figure originates from Veracruz and therefore not from Mayan area. Nevertheless, it illustrates how a ball game player was dressed. He wore a broad leather belt around the hips which was shaped like a horseshoe. Wearing a knee pad was very important because it allowed the player to shoot low balls with the hip. Ceramic, Mexico, Veracruz culture, late classical period, 600 900 A.D., Museum Volkenkunde Leiden, photo: B. Grishaaver

Jamacoaque Double Vessel Ecuador

Jamacoaque Double Vessel Ecuador

Valdavia Chorrera Cultures, Ecuador, 1200 to 500 B.C.  Leer más: http://el-libertario.webnode.es/en/nuestros-antiguos-instructores/

Valdavia Chorrera Cultures, Ecuador, 1200 to 500 B.C. Leer más: http://el-libertario.webnode.es/en/nuestros-antiguos-instructores/

Jama-Coaque Culture Developed from 500 BC - 500 AD in the coastal region of Ecuador.

Jama-Coaque Culture Developed from 500 BC - 500 AD in the coastal region of Ecuador.

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