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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 CE by mharrsch

MAYAN FACE CERAMIC CLAY MASK el salvador MAYA POTTERY 001

Man Face Tribal Ethnic Mask ~ CNS polymer clay mold in Crafts, Home Arts & Crafts, Ceramics & Pottery

Urna funeraria con el dios viejo. Zapoteca (Monte Albán, México) Autor: Fecha: 400-600 Museo: Museo Nacional de Antropología de México

Funeral Urn with Old God, Zapoteca Culture (Monte Albán, México) ca.

Incense Burner Support, 600-900 Mexico, Chiapas, Palenque Region, Maya, Classic period

Incense Burner Support, 600-900 Mexico, Chiapas, Palenque Region, Maya, Classic period

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fishstickmonkey: “ Figural Urn of Cocijo (Cociyo) Zapotec, AD (Early Classic) ceramic greyware with traces of polychrome paint The Walters Art Museum ”

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Urn in the form of cociyo, god of lightning and rain Mexico, Oaxaca, Monte Albán IIIa, Zapotec culture Early Classic period ca.

Seated Male Figure with Glyph C Headdress  Mexico, Oaxaca, Zapotec, Zapotec, 500-600  Tools and Equipment; containers  Ceramic  Diameter: 6 1/2 in. (16.51 cm); 19 1/2 x 12 x 10 1/2 in. (49.53 x 30.48 x 26.67 cm)  LACMA

Seated Male Figure with Glyph C Headdress Mexico, Oaxaca, Zapotec, Zapotec, Tools and Equipment; containers Ceramic Diameter: 6 ½ in. 19 ½ x 12 x 10 ½ in.

Censer Support, 8th–9th century  Mexico; Maya  Ceramic  H. 21 1/4 in.   This hand-modeled flanged ceramic cylinder would have supported a bowl for the burning of incense for ritual purposes. A high-relief standing figure with a looped motif between his eyes, which is thought to relate to the Maya god of the sun, is depicted on the front. The figure is flanked by two smaller staff-bearing, animal-masked figures shown in profile. All three figures are positioned atop the carapace of a turtle

Maya Ceramic ~This hand-modeled flanged ceramic cylinder would have supported a bowl for the burning of incense for ritual purposes. A high-relief standin.

Flanged cylinder vessel with the God Kawiil Mexico Tabasco Late Classic Maya…

Flanged cylinder vessel with the God Kawiil Mexico Tabasco Late Classic Maya CE earthenware

Mascara de Teotihuacan  Museo del sitio

Cairo Egyptian Museum King Tutankhamen's Collection B.C) Toutânkhamon First floor - Section 3 Item 72 on 73 Ancient Egypt Jewel Area related Vallée des Rois (Egypte)

Tlaloc (Tlá-loch) was the Aztec rain deity and one of the most ancient and widespread deities of all Mesoamerica. Tlaloc was thought to live on the top of the mountains, especially the ones always covered by clouds; and from there he sent the much needed rains. The rain god was a pan-Mesoamerican deity, whose origins can be traced back to Teotihuacan and the Olmec. The rain deity was called Chaac by the ancient Maya and Cocijo by the Zapotec of Oaxaca.

Tlaloc (Tlá-loch) was the Aztec rain deity and one of the most ancient and…

"Late Classic period (600-850 C.E) Maya incense burner portraying two images of the Maya god K'awil, also known as God K. The above image of K'awil appears to have mushroom inspired ear-plugs, and is crowned with the Fleur de lis emblem, symbolizing his "lordship" in a divine trinity, as god of lineages, divine sacrament (Soma) and blood sacrifices. K'awil is the Maya god most frequently depicted on the Double-headed Serpent Bar."

"Late Classic period (600-850 C.E) Maya incense burner portraying two images of the Maya god K'awil, also known as God K. The above image of K'awil appears to have mushroom inspired ear-plugs, and is crowned with the Fleur de lis emblem, symbolizing his "lordship" in a divine trinity, as god of lineages, divine sacrament (Soma) and blood sacrifices. K'awil is the Maya god most frequently depicted on the Double-headed Serpent Bar."

1/ OAXACA - Icono générale: assis en tailleur, mains sur genoux ou portant un vase, coiffe complexe (glyphes, X, calendrier rituel, panaches de plumes, bonnet cônique, en abat-jour) et ornements (pectoraux). Non sexués dans les phases anciennes. Puis ♀ + nbx, apogée ♂ plutôt. ♂: pagnes, tuniques, capes, colerettes. ♀: jupe, cape, kexkemitl. BO: disques. Plusieurs types de masques.

1/ OAXACA - Icono générale: assis en tailleur, mains sur genoux ou portant un vase, coiffe complexe (glyphes, X, calendrier rituel, panaches de plumes, bonnet cônique, en abat-jour) et ornements (pectoraux). Non sexués dans les phases anciennes. Puis ♀ + nbx, apogée ♂ plutôt. ♂: pagnes, tuniques, capes, colerettes. ♀: jupe, cape, kexkemitl. BO: disques. Plusieurs types de masques.

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