Vessel  Maya, 650-800  The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Drinking Vessel Depicting Otherworldly Toad, Jaguar, and Serpent - Mexico, Southern Campeche, - Slip-painted ceramic

Vessel with Bat Heads  Maya, 650-850  The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Vessel with Bat Heads Maya, The Los Angeles County Museum of Art. I love the differences in each head.

Incensario Support  Maya, 600-900 AD  The Cleveland Museum of Art

Incensario Support Maya, CE The Cleveland Museum of Art

Cup with the Inscription “This is the Drinking Cup of K’ahk’ Uht K’inich, King of Akankeh and Ball Player”  Maya, 800-1000  The National Museum of the American Indian

"This is the drinking cup of K'ahk' Uht K'inich, King of Akankeh and Ball Player" Maya, 800 - 1000

Carved Bowl  Maya, 6th century AD  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Carved Bowl Date: century Geography: Guatemala or Mexico, Mesoamerica Culture: Maya Medium: Ceramic Dimensions: H. 6 x Diam.

Warrior Effigy  Maya, 600-750 AD  The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Warrior effigy,maya,from Jaina Island AD,Campeche,Mexico

Pendant  Maya, 250-450 AD  The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Squidward, anyone? Jadeite Pendant Maya, AD The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Vase  Maya, 400-700 AD  The Minneapolis Institute of Art

Historical Artefact, Maya Vessel, Howler Monkeys, mother and child,.

Maya vase from the Justin Kerr Data Base of Maya vase paintings, depicts three underworld jaguars which may symbolize the three hearth stones of creation, a "trinity of gods" in Maya religion known at the archaeological site of Palenque as GI, GII, GIII.  The underworld jaguars all wear mushroom shaped ear plugs, and wear sacrificial scarves, symbolic of underworld decapitation. The scarves metaphorically bear the colors and spots of the Amanita muscaria mushroom.

Maya vase from the Justin Kerr Data Base of Maya vase paintings, depicts three…

Vessel  Maya, 400-550  The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

ceramic Mayan vessel with glyphic text, Guatemala, Petén, A.

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