Art of the Americas Mesoamerica Olmec Mayan Coatlique, from Tenochtitlán,  Mexico City, Mexico , 1487-1520, andesite, 11 f...
 
Colossal Head La Venta, Mexico900-400 BCE, basalt 9 ft. 4 in. high.
Ceremonial ax in the form of a jaguar-human, from La Venta, Mexico, 900-400 BCE jadite,11 1/2 in. high.
Seated figure with raised arms from Colima, Mexico ca. 200 B.C.E. - 250 C.E. clay with orange and red slip,1 ft. 1 in. high
Teotihuacán, Pyramid of the Moon  (foreground),  Pyramid of the Sun  (top left)  Citadel  (background) ,  Valley of Mexico...
Detail of the Temple of Quetzalcóatl,  The Ctadel, Teotihuacán Valley of Mexico, Mexico ,  3rd century
Goddess Tetitla, from an apartment complex at Teotihuacán ,  650 - 750 C.E., pigments over clay and plaster
 
Stele D portraying the ruler 18-Rabbit,  Great Plaza at Copán, Honduras, 736. stone 11 ft. 9 in. high
Ball Court,  Middle Plaza at Copán, Honduras, 738
Ball Court,  Middle Plaza at Copán, Honduras, 738
Ball Court,  Middle Plaza at Copán, Honduras, 738
Complex Q Pyramid,  Tikal,  Petén,Guatemala, ca. 731
Temple IV,  Tikal, Petén, Guatemala, ca. 741, 212 ft. high
Temple IV Tikal, Petén, Guatemala ca. 741 212 ft. high
View of Temples I & II from Temple IV, Tikal, Petén, Guatemala, ca. 741, 212 ft. high
Temple I Tikal, Petén, Guatemala ca. 732 145 ft. high
Temple I,  Tikal, Petén, Guatemala, ca. 732,145 ft. high
Ballplayer,  from Jaina Island, Mexico, 700-900 painted clay 6 1/4 in. high
Presentation of captives to Lord Chan Muwan , Mexico . ca. 790
Shield Jaguar and Lady Xoc, from Lintel 24, Temple 23, Yaxchilán, Mexico ,  ca. 725, limestone 3 ft. 7 in. x 2 ft. 6 1/2 in.
Enthroned Mayan lord and courtiers, cylinder vase  (rollout view),from Motul de San José region, Guatemala ,  672-830 cera...
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  • Art of the_americas

    1. 1. Art of the Americas Mesoamerica Olmec Mayan Coatlique, from Tenochtitlán, Mexico City, Mexico , 1487-1520, andesite, 11 ft. 6 in. high
    2. 3. Colossal Head La Venta, Mexico900-400 BCE, basalt 9 ft. 4 in. high.
    3. 4. Ceremonial ax in the form of a jaguar-human, from La Venta, Mexico, 900-400 BCE jadite,11 1/2 in. high.
    4. 5. Seated figure with raised arms from Colima, Mexico ca. 200 B.C.E. - 250 C.E. clay with orange and red slip,1 ft. 1 in. high
    5. 6. Teotihuacán, Pyramid of the Moon (foreground), Pyramid of the Sun (top left) Citadel (background) , Valley of Mexico, Mexico , ca. 50-200
    6. 7. Detail of the Temple of Quetzalcóatl, The Ctadel, Teotihuacán Valley of Mexico, Mexico , 3rd century
    7. 8. Goddess Tetitla, from an apartment complex at Teotihuacán , 650 - 750 C.E., pigments over clay and plaster
    8. 10. Stele D portraying the ruler 18-Rabbit, Great Plaza at Copán, Honduras, 736. stone 11 ft. 9 in. high
    9. 11. Ball Court, Middle Plaza at Copán, Honduras, 738
    10. 12. Ball Court, Middle Plaza at Copán, Honduras, 738
    11. 13. Ball Court, Middle Plaza at Copán, Honduras, 738
    12. 14. Complex Q Pyramid, Tikal, Petén,Guatemala, ca. 731
    13. 15. Temple IV, Tikal, Petén, Guatemala, ca. 741, 212 ft. high
    14. 16. Temple IV Tikal, Petén, Guatemala ca. 741 212 ft. high
    15. 17. View of Temples I & II from Temple IV, Tikal, Petén, Guatemala, ca. 741, 212 ft. high
    16. 18. Temple I Tikal, Petén, Guatemala ca. 732 145 ft. high
    17. 19. Temple I, Tikal, Petén, Guatemala, ca. 732,145 ft. high
    18. 20. Ballplayer, from Jaina Island, Mexico, 700-900 painted clay 6 1/4 in. high
    19. 21. Presentation of captives to Lord Chan Muwan , Mexico . ca. 790
    20. 22. Shield Jaguar and Lady Xoc, from Lintel 24, Temple 23, Yaxchilán, Mexico , ca. 725, limestone 3 ft. 7 in. x 2 ft. 6 1/2 in.
    21. 23. Enthroned Mayan lord and courtiers, cylinder vase (rollout view),from Motul de San José region, Guatemala , 672-830 ceramic with pigment on cream slip approximately 8 in. high

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