Teotihuacan, 150 - 550 A.D. Height: 42 cm; width: 33 cm ID IV Ca 46159 National Museums in Berlin, Ethnological Museum The incense burner consists of a basin and an upper part on whose reverse side a "chimney" was mounted as a smoke outlet and whose front side takes the form of a temple (or stage) adorned with birds’ heads, feathers, and rosettes of clay, as well as small plaques into which, in turn, depictions of temples have been scratched. The center is a typical, "triangular" Teotihuac
Incense Burner, ceramic, Teotihuacan, AD 150 - 550 A.D., National Museum, Berlin.
Theatre-like incense burner. Teotihuacan Collection Berlin
This is interesting as well as spectacular, if you think about how much time went into deciding which book to put where, as well this particular art would be extremely cost effective being that all the materials should already be there. All the parallel and horizontal lines make this image look massive.
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