Bonampak mural painting
Bonampak mural painting. This mural shows scenes of battle. These paintings date back from 100 A.D. and are one of the oldest Maya paintings discovered.
hieroglyphic stairway located at Copan. shows the Mayan artistic ability and culture. The stairway is complex composed of statues, figures, and ramps.
Great Goddes of Teotihuacan portrayed in a mural
Pyramid of the Sun.
Pyramid of the Moon located at Teotihuacan (in Aztec language "city of the gods")
Bonampak. is an ancient Maya archaeological site in Mexico, Chiapas. Mostly famous for it's well preserved Maya murals.
Bonampak Mural. (Maya Art) The murals were made as frescos(fresh), indicating that each room's murals was drawn in one session.
El Castillo(the castle) Temple. located at the center of Chichen Itza, Yucatan served as a temple to the Mayan god Kukultan.
Double-headed serpent is an Aztec sculpture. It is possible that this piece of sculpture was a gift by the Aztec emperor, Moctezuma II, to spanish conquistador Ernando Cortes when he invaded in 1519.