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the god Tlaloc (God of the Rain), found at the Temple of the Feathered Serpent (Serpiente Emplumada) at the Teotihuacan complex in Mexico City.

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Seated Male Figure Mexico, Basin of Mexico, Teotihuacan Teotihuacan, 300-450 Sculpture, Jadeite LACMA

Seated Male Figure Mexico, Basin of Mexico, Teotihuacan Teotihuacan, Sculpture, Jadeite LACMA. With Barbara Kingsolver in The Lacuna.

This is a Jadeite jade replica of a figure found in Uaxactún, Northern Guatemala, under a Mayan palace constructed around 400 AD. However, by some of its traits, we know that it must be several centuries older. The rectangular eyes, the shape of the eyebrows and other features evoke Olmec tradition. The eyes certainly had […]

"Uaxactun" sculpture

This is a Jadeite jade replica of a figure found in Uaxactún, Northern…

Mask  Teotihuacan, Early Classic  0-600 CE

'Teotihuacan: City of Water, City of Fire' at the de Young Museum in San Francisco

Chicomecoatl

Chicomecoatl

Aztec coiled rattlesnake artifact. National Anthropology Museum of Mexico City.

Aztec sculpture of a coiled rattlesnake. Courtesy currently located at the National Anthropology Museum of Mexico City. Photo taken by Xuan Che.

teotihuacan obsidian pdf teotihuacan stela pdf thumbs db clues htm

teotihuacan obsidian pdf teotihuacan stela pdf thumbs db clues htm

British_Museum_Teotihuacan_jaguar  Teotihuacan, also known as the City of the Gods, is an archeological site 40 km northeast of Mexico City. Náhuatl for "the place where men became gods", Teotihuacan is home to some of the largest ancient pyramids in the world. According to legend, it was here where the gods gathered to plan the creation of man.

Teotihuacan - Alabaster statue of an Ocelot from Teotihuacan, century, possibly a ritual container to receive sacrificed human hearts (British Museum) Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A statue of a kneeling goddess Chalchiuhtlicue, goddess of water. Aztec, British Museum.

A statue of a kneeling goddess Chalchiuhtlicue, goddess of water.

Palenque (zona arqueológica)

Palenque (zona arqueológica) ~ Maya city of temples

Figurilla prehispánica mexicana

Figurilla prehispánica mexicana

Rare Valdivia / Chorrera Stone Figure Ecuador

Rare Valdivia / Chorrera Stone Figure Ecuador

Top of a censer from the same tomb site as 12-01-03/43. One of 11 censer figures "watching" tomb XXXVII-4, perhaps representing ancestors. Wide turban-like headdress, earplugs, pectoral. Clay,paint (7th), 58 cm. From Copan, Structure 26, in front of tomb  Maya,Copan.Honduras

Maya / Censer from Copan / Maya culture.

Cabeza masculina de Palenque 600 d.C. - 900 d.C. | Maya - México | Museo Nacional de Antropología, México

Pacal the Great Very typical facial features of a Mayan

Storm god vessel, INAH/Proyecto Tlalocan. Image supplied by Getty Images

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