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pre-hispanic:La Reina de UxmalMuseo Nacional de Antropología, Mexico – 2014. Photo Ignacio GuevaraThe Queen of Uxmal. This work, the Classic period ends, comes from Uxmal (Yucatán). The limestone sculpture -of 82 cm x 1.20 m- has been assigned for this exhibition by the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico.

pre-hispanic: “La Reina de Uxmal Museo Nacional de Antropología, Mexico – Photo Ignacio Guevara ” ” “The Queen of Uxmal. This work, the Classic period ends, comes from Uxmal (Yucatán).

STAR GATES: WHO IS THIS?? WITH CONTROLLING UBJECT IN HIS HAND?? IS HE IN A HI TECH MACHINE?? WHAT IS THE MESSAGE THAT THEY LEFT HERE FIR US IN PLANET EARTH?? THOUSANDS YEARS AGO?? WHAT DO YOU SEE?? WHAT DO YOU THINK?? WHAT DO WE KNOW?? Sculptures of Goddess Chicomecoatl. Mexico *

Sculptures of Goddess Chicomecoatl ~ Mexico ~ In Aztec mythology, Chicomecōātl "seven snakes", was the Aztec goddess of agriculture during the Middle Culture period.

Maya 2012 : Lords of Time exhibit at University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. A bit small, with some of the larger pieces being reproductions, but generally well done.

Maya 2012 : Lords of Time exhibit at University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. A bit small, with some of the larger pieces being reproductions, but generally well done.

Menu Jaguar

The center of Olmec religion was the jaguar. It is believed that this was the former "rain god" that would evolve in later civilizations.

Olmec figures, Villahermosa-Mèxico

Olmec figure of de Feathered Serpine. The first documented in Meso American history.

Yaxchilan Lintel 26. Maya, Late Classic (600-900 A.D.) - Yaxchilan, State of Chiapas. Limestone - National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico. Photo © Jorge Pérez de Lara

Yaxchilan Lintel 26 / Maya, Late Classic AD) Yaxchilan, State of Chiapas / Limestone / National Museum of Anthropology Mexico / Photo © Jorge Pérez de Lara

Presentation of Captives to a Maya Ruler. Limestone with traces of paint. Late Classic period (A. (The Kimbell Art Museum

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