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

Basal flanged lidded vessel Central Maya area Early Classic Maya 4th-6th century CE earthenware by mharrsch, via Flickr

Superb / Complete Mayan Incensario. Pre-Columbian, Maya Territories, Esquintla, Guatemala., ca. 550 -950 CE. Terracotta vessel with original pigments. Complete incensario (extremely rare to have top and bottom still together), depicting a Teotihuacan-style mask with a huge headdress and large earspools, spondylus shells in relief; bottom depicts a stylized face with two ears and ear ornaments and a Teotihuacan-style nose ornament. Massive size - 20"H x 12"W

Small temple with female ballplayer, next to her two dwarfs. Women are unlikely to have taken part in the ballgame, but had ritual functions. Funerary gift from the burial site on the Isle of Jaina, Mexico. Clay (600-900 CE). Maya

Ancient cave paintings, which eerily resemble the alien species, known as "The Greys". They also resemble harp seals, some type of primate, or possibly owls... you decide?

SYRIAN LARGE TERRACOTTA EYE IDOL. Both the type and the large size are rare. 4th Millennium BC. H. 7 1/2 in. (19 cm.). Ex German private collection.