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A-BAK’ MATEMÁTICA MAYA: TEOTIHUACAN, EL AMANECER CULTURAL ( VI ) | A-BAK' 2013 PINNED by My Art y Lezama

A-BAK’ MATEMÁTICA MAYA: TEOTIHUACAN, EL AMANECER CULTURAL ( VI ) | A-BAK' 2013 PINNED by My Art y Lezama

Crocodile Effigy Incense Burner  Costa Rican (Potosí Appliqué) (Artist)    AD 500-1350 (Period V?VI)  earthenware, traces of white ground  (Sculpture)

Crocodile Effigy Incense Burner Costa Rican (Potosí Appliqué) (Artist) AD 500-1350 (Period V?VI) earthenware, traces of white ground (Sculpture)

Funerary urn with deity, Monte Alban, Oaxaca, Mexico. Zapotec. 6th century ACE  Ceramic urns were often deposited as funerary offerings at the site of Monte Alban in the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca.

Funerary urn with deity, Monte Alban, Oaxaca, Mexico. Zapotec. 6th century ACE Ceramic urns were often deposited as funerary offerings at the site of Monte Alban in the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca.

Mouth Mask, 100 BC-AD 700 Peru, South Coast, Nasca style (100 BC-AD 700)  hammered gold alloy

Mouth Mask, 100 BC-AD 700 Peru, South Coast, Nasca style (100 BC-AD 700) hammered gold alloy

This very expressive sculpture of an ancient Maya man is in the collection of the Saint Louis Art Museum

This very expressive sculpture of an ancient Maya man is in the collection of the Saint Louis Art Museum

This ceramic urn or vase made by the ancient Zapotecs of Oaxaca shows a seated man in an elaborate headdress wearing an animal mask

This ceramic urn or vase made by the ancient Zapotecs of Oaxaca shows a seated man in an elaborate headdress wearing an animal mask

Cerro de las Mesas, Estado de Veracruz Período clásico, 350 - 650 d.C. Arcilla, 38 x 62,5 cm Museo de Antropología de Xalapa, Veracruz  Decoración característica de Teotihuacan con el típico triángulo en la parte superior que podría ser un símbolo para representar montañas. En el medio, un envoltorio ritual de madera y otros materiales, que era quemado en la ceremonia del fuego nuevo, luego de la finalización de un ciclo ritual de 52 años.

Cerro de las Mesas, Estado de Veracruz Período clásico, 350 - 650 d.C. Arcilla, 38 x 62,5 cm Museo de Antropología de Xalapa, Veracruz Decoración característica de Teotihuacan con el típico triángulo en la parte superior que podría ser un símbolo para representar montañas. En el medio, un envoltorio ritual de madera y otros materiales, que era quemado en la ceremonia del fuego nuevo, luego de la finalización de un ciclo ritual de 52 años.

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