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Maya Inca Aztec Pottery/Ceramics

Maya Inca Aztec Pottery/Ceramics

Costumed Figure, 7th–8th century. Maya. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Michael C. Rockefeller Memorial Collection, Bequest of Nelson A. Rockefeller, 1979 (1979.206.953) #halloween #costume

Costumed Figure, 7th–8th century. Maya. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Michael C. Rockefeller Memorial Collection, Bequest of Nelson A. Rockefeller, 1979 (1979.206.953) #halloween #costume

Figura Costumed [México; Maya], s. VII-VIII, cerámica, pigmentos (1979.206.953) | Heilbrunn Cronología de la Historia del Arte | El Museo Metropolitano de Arte

Figura Costumed [México; Maya], s. VII-VIII, cerámica, pigmentos (1979.206.953) | Heilbrunn Cronología de la Historia del Arte | El Museo Metropolitano de Arte

Figure Emerging from a Waterlily  Culture:  Maya  Medium: Ceramic, pigment  Place Found: Campeche, Mexico  Dates: 600-900  Period: Late Classic Period  Brooklyn Museum

Figure Emerging from a Waterlily Culture: Maya Medium: Ceramic, pigment Place Found: Campeche, Mexico Dates: 600-900 Period: Late Classic Period Brooklyn Museum

-- Polychrome Cylindrical Vessel w/ Throne Scene -- Century -- Guatemala, Maya Culture -- Ceramic -- Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Aztec God: Tlaloc was the god of rain but he was also associated with agriculture and fertility. Because of his association with fertility, children were sacrificed to him. Рука дарующая.Змея хлыст,как символ усмерения эго.по Кемпбелу

( - p.mc.n.) Huitzilopochtli- National God of the Mexicas in Tenochtitlan, God of the Sun, of War and Human Sacrifice.

Tonatiuh: Sun or the Sun God. Symbol of the Fifth World, the present era. He…

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