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Reconstruction of tenochtitlan (Mexico City Zocalo) All the temple stones were pretty much torn down to make the Cathedral, Presidential Palace etc.)

Reconstruction of tenochtitlan (Mexico City Zocalo) All the temple stones were pretty much torn down to make the Cathedral, Presidential Palace etc.)

Mexique, État du Guerrero, culture Chontal, Préclassique récent, 300-100 avant J. - C. Masque anthropomorphe en pierre dure vert clair moucheté de blanc avec restes de cinabre et oxydations visibles, h. 18,5 cm. Estimation : 200 000/250 000 €. Vendredi 4 décembre, salle 1 - Drouot-Richelieu. Binoche et Giquello SVV. Cabinet Mezcala.

Mexique, État du Guerrero, culture Chontal, Préclassique récent, 300-100 avant J. - C. Masque anthropomorphe en pierre dure vert clair moucheté de blanc avec restes de cinabre et oxydations visibles, h. 18,5 cm. Estimation : 200 000/250 000 €. Vendredi 4 décembre, salle 1 - Drouot-Richelieu. Binoche et Giquello SVV. Cabinet Mezcala.

Mexican Masks - Authentic Pre-Columbian artifact, Mexicala

Mexican Masks - Authentic Pre-Columbian artifact, Mexicala

Africa | Triple face mask from the Lega or Lengola people of DR Congo | Wood, white kaolin, encursted patina | ca. early to mid 20th century

Africa | Triple face mask from the Lega or Lengola people of DR Congo | Wood, white kaolin, encursted patina | ca. early to mid 20th century

Teotihuacan, 250-650 A.D.  Height: 19,3 cm; width: 18,3 cm; depth: 11,3 cm  Col. Uhde, 1862  ID IV Ca 3017  National Museums in Berlin, Ethnological Museum    The stone mask belongs to the Uhde Collection, which was purchased for Berlin in 1862. Like the other standardized stone masks from Teotihuacan, it makes a simple and harmonic impression. It has a broad, straight forehead; the eyes and mouth are formed in parallel horizontals. The clearly carefully chosen stone and the smoothly…

Teotihuacan, 250-650 A.D. Height: 19,3 cm; width: 18,3 cm; depth: 11,3 cm Col. Uhde, 1862 ID IV Ca 3017 National Museums in Berlin, Ethnological Museum The stone mask belongs to the Uhde Collection, which was purchased for Berlin in 1862. Like the other standardized stone masks from Teotihuacan, it makes a simple and harmonic impression. It has a broad, straight forehead; the eyes and mouth are formed in parallel horizontals. The clearly carefully chosen stone and the smoothly…

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