Container depicting man in jaguar headdress earthenware Early Classic Maya 400-600 CE by mharrsch

Container depicting man in jaguar headdress earthenware Early Classic Maya 400-600 CE by mharrsch

Learn All about Maya Civilization with This Detailed Guide: Maya Ceramic Sculpture, Museum at Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Mexico

Learn All about Maya Civilization with This Detailed Guide

Learn All about Maya Civilization with This Detailed Guide: Maya Ceramic Sculpture, Museum at Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Mexico

Artesanías, Tlaquepaque, Jalisco. Octubre 2014

Los objectos son los bolos. Son de cerámica. Pero, estos bolos tiene intenciones bellos. Hay colores de azul, anaranjado y verde en las intenciones.

Con más de 550 piezas arqueológicas, en Palacio Nacional, se presenta: Mayas: Revelación de un tiempo sin fin, hasta el próximo abril de 2013

Mayas: Revelación de un tiempo sin fin

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Chac Mool, pieza maya de influencia tolteca frecuentemente encontrados en Chichen Itza, Yucatán, México.

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Escultura De Arcilla Maya - Descarga De Over 61 Millones de fotos de alta calidad e imágenes Vectores% ee%. Inscríbete GRATIS hoy. Imagen: 13592401

His costume is unlike that seen in any other Mesoamerican portrayals and his expression, even though partially obscured by the eye rings that some scholars connect with the Aztec Rain God Tlaloc, radiates a sense of quiet, internalized contemplation. Is he human, perhaps a young lord, or is he a god? (Height: 47 cm.) Photograph by Antonio Vizcaíno, published in Museo de Antropología de Xalapa, Xalapa, Veracruz, México, 1988. Seated male sculpture

His costume is unlike that seen in any other Mesoamerican portrayals and his expression, even though partially obscured by the eye rings that some scholars connect with the Aztec Rain God Tlaloc, radiates a sense of quiet, internalized contemplation. Is he human, perhaps a young lord, or is he a god? (Height: 47 cm.) Photograph by Antonio Vizcaíno, published in Museo de Antropología de Xalapa, Xalapa, Veracruz, México, 1988. Seated male sculpture

Clásico Temprano 300- 600 d.C Mayas

Fuente polícroma con tapa – Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino

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