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¿Sabías que? Las cabezas olmecas fueron talladas de bloques o rocas de basalto volcánico. #cultura #mexico #olmeca #pinit
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Olmec colossal heads, massive basalt monuments each weighing between 6 an 50 tons (sculpted in what is now Mexico ~1500–400 BCE)
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Olmec Colossal Head No. 1 discovered in 1939, Mexico, 1200–900 BC, basalt http://www.aztec-history.com/olmec-civilization.html
Olmec Colossal Head No. 1, basalt, 1200-900 B.C., Mexico, discovered in 1939 The faces of AFRICAN Explorers?
Olmec Colossal Head No. 1 discovered at the Olmec settlement of Tres Zapotes in 1939. Photographed at the Museum of Anthropology in Xalapa, Veracruz,
1. Olmec Colossal Head. 2. This was created in the Mesoamerican art historical period, roughly estimated to have been carved around 900-400 BCE. 3. These heads were carved from basalt block boudlers. 5. They are originally located at Le Venta and San Lorenzo and other varying centers. 9. This fits the time period because of the
Olmec Colossal Head No. 1 discovered in 1939, Mexico, 1200–900 BC, basalt jblibrarian.wordpress.com
1. Olmec Colossal Head. 3. This was created in the Mesoamerican art historical period, roughly estimated to have been carved around 900-400 BCE. 4. These heads were carved from basalt block boudlers. 5. They are originally located at Le Venta and San Lorenzo and other varying centers. 9. This fits the time period because the "fleshy faces with almond-shaped eyes" "broad noses and thick protruding lips" showcase what people, specific individuals, looked like during their time period.
Ancient Olmec Civilization in South America before the Aztecs and Mayans.
Olmec Head, Mexico
Chichen Itza which means “at the mouth of the well of Itza," is the 2nd most visited archeological site of Mexico today. The Kukulkan Pyramid in Chichen-Itza which known as “El Castillo” (the castle), is one of the new seven wonders of the world elected in 07.07.2007. (Chuck & I climbed to the top of this pyramid. It was a long, hot journey to get there from Cancun, but worth it.)
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Chichen Itza which means "at the mouth of hte well of Itza," is an ancient Mayan pyramid in the Peninsula of Yucatan, Mexico.
I have been here, but I would love to go back!! Chichen Itza - One of the new Seven Wonders of the World; A Mayan ruin in Mexico and a beautiful site.
Chichen Itza - One of the new Seven Wonders of the World; A Mayan ruin in Mexico and a beautiful site. Visited it Jan. 2011
Of the 2 Mayan ruins in Mexico that I've been to, Chichen Itza is larger and more impressive. However, Tulum – the other ruin, is stunningly beautiful and situated right on the coast.
Chichen Itza ruins in Mexico...it was sooo hot and it was just September when we visited.
Chichen Itza... Amazing place!!! Add to your "Bucket List"
Chichenitza, Mexico Been there, climbed it
Chichen Itza. one of my favorite places
The Mayan Ruins- Chichenitza, México
Had a great time exploring Chichen Itza, Mexico, beautiful! Added as one of the 7 wonders of the world.
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The Castle (El Castillo) at the World Heritage Site Chichen Itza. From the east side you can see both the restored side and the still rather ruinous side of the pyramid. [ Photo by Bjørn Christian Tørrissen / CC BY-SA 3.0 ]
The Castle (El Castillo) at the World Heritage Site Chichen Itza. From the east side you can see both the restored side and the still rather ruinous side of the pyramid.
Actually, we can mark this one off my list.... did this last month ~ Chichen-Itza Mayan Ruins ~ breathtaking!
Pre-Colombian Chichen Itza - Mayan Ruins Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico
The Castle (El Castillo) at the World Heritage Site Chichen Itza
Climbing El Castillo - Chichen-Itza - Mayan Ruins - Mexico
Chichen Itza Castillo near Cancun Mexico
Chichen Itza - on my bucket list.
Chichén Itzá Mayan Ruins
Colossal ancient Olmec head from San Lorenzo, Tenochtitlan, Mexico. 1200-900 BC
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Interesting that these heads have very African facial features, so unlike the native South Americans - Colossal ancient Olmec head from San Lorenzo, Tenochtitlan, Mexico. 1200-900 BC
Colossal ancient Olmec head from San Lorenzo, Tenochtitlan, Mexico. c.1200-900 BC. Gulf coast of Mexico, there were about 10 discovered together. They are ruler portraits that have individual characteristics. Jaguar paws - everything resides in their heads - power. Fit into ritual and power structure.
Date: circa 1200-900 BCE Location: San Lorenzo, Tenochtitlan Colossal ancient Olmec head with some kind of headpiece. Similar sculptures/architecture has been seen throughout Olmec artifacts. It could have been made to represent a God or leader.
Colossal ancient Olmec head from San Lorenzo, Tenochtitlan, Mexico. 1200-900 BC. My Note the negroid features.
Colossal ancient Olmec head from San Lorenzo, Tenochtitlan, Mexico. 1200-900 BC Jaredite & Olmec civilizations have the same rise and fall dates. 2500 BC-400 BC. Coincidence?
Cabeza Olmeca. Villahermosa, Tabasco.
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Cabeza Olmeca, México.
Original artwork from Palenque, Mexico. You can barely see what must have been brightly colored.
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Artwork from the Mayan city of Palenque, Chiapas, Mexico
Mayan bas relief from the ruins at Palenque, Mexico.
faded paint on Mayan relief, Palenque, Mexico
Mayan Relief Carving at Palenque
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... head from an ancient ruins in the Las Tuxtlas area of Veracruz Mexico
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Olmec head from an ancient ruins in the Las Tuxtlas area of Veracruz Mexico
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Codz Pop en Kabah Ruta Puuc, Yucatan Mexico
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Codz Pop en Kabah Ruta Puuc, Yucatan Mexico doesn't this look fascinating?
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Codz Pop en Kabah Ruta Puuc, Yucatan Mexico. Visited in high school.
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Olmec Colossal Head No. 6, basalt, 1000-600 B.C., San Lorenzo, Tenochtitlan, Mexico
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Colossal Head # 6, Olmec, Middle Pre-Classic (1000-600 B.C.) - San Lorenzo Tenochtitlan, State of Veracruz - Basalt, 1.67 x 1.41 m. - National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico. - Photo © Jorge Pérez de Lara
Cabeza colosal cultura olmeca hallada en Sn Lorenzo, los olmecas son considerados como la madre de las culturas de la región de mesoamérica esta zona olmeca se sitúa al sur del,estado de Veracruz
Olmec colossal Head # 6 - 1.67 x 1.41 m. Middle Pre-Classic (1000-600 B.C.) San Lorenzo Tenochtitlan, State of Veracruz. National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico.
Cabeza Olmeca No. 6, hecha de basalto 1000-600 A.C., San Lorenzo, Tenochtitlan, Mexico
Olmeca - Colossal Head No. 6, basalt, 1000-600 B.C., San Lorenzo, Mexico
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Cabezotas Olmecas, San Lorenzo, Tenochtitlan, Mexico
Palenque Tomb Stone. Ancient Mayan Astronaut? 400-600 AD
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The majority of Mayan art are stone tabets. The large carved stone sarcophagus lid is a famous piece of Classic Maya art.
Palenque Tomb Stone. Ancient Mayan Astronaut? 400-600 AD This thing has fascinated me for years,,,,,
The Palenque Tomb Stone? Oh, that's not a space ship. That's just an ancient Mayan named King Pacal, descending into the underworld with air tanks, a foot pedal and levers. It was standard issue equipment for all dead peeps between 400-600 AD. Look it up, people! Learn your history.
Pakal’s sarcophagus lid has the “Mayan astronaut” made famous by Erich von Däniken, although it actually depicts Pakal falling into the underworld between the open jaws of a serpent.
Palenque Tomb Stone. Ancient Mayan Astronaut? (UHH LOL NO) 400-600 AD Actually its Pacal Descending into Xibalba.
The large carved stone sarcophagus lid is a famous piece of Classic Mayan art.
Palenque Tomb Stone- Mayan 400-600 AD
Palacio de Bellas Artes, centro de la vida cultural y artística de nuestro país.
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Palacio de Bellas Artes - Mexico City Mom would make us listen to opera b/c my aunt was an opera singer, and she sang here.
The Palacio de Bellas Artes (Palace of Fine Arts) is considered the most important cultural center in all of Mexico. It is on the west side of the historic center of Mexico City. It has hosted some of the most memorable events in music, dance, theatre, opera, and literature. It has also hosted many poetry events, as well as those related to popular culture. Various artists and companies come from all over Mexico to come to this Palace. #2A
Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City- where murals by Rivera, Siqueiros, and Tamayo reside.
Palacio de Bellas Artes ...Mexico City - One of Our Countless Jewels =)
Palacio de Bellas Artes/ Palace of Fine Arts. Art Nouveau and Art Deco
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Guadalajara, Mexico....mariachi, tequila and charros. Viva Los Altos de Jalisco!
Guadalajara, Mexico (vestidos folkloricos mexicanos) <3
Guadalajara, Mexico [I used to dance Folklorico :]
Guadalajara, Mexico...the colors are great here
Guadalajara, Mexico--My mom's home state.
Ballet Folklorico, Guadalajara, Mexico
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Guadalajara, Mexico - pretty in city
Temple of the Feathered Serpent, Xochicalco, Mexico
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This picture will give me a close-up of the corners of the Aztec temple. This will give me an idea how I will design it.
Templo de la Serpiente Emplumada, Temple of the Feathered Serpent. Xochicalco, México.
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Guanajuato, Mexico....I love love love the colorful houses on the hill!! It's just like the ones in my Italy book....Idk why, but buildings like this make me drool...
Guanajuato, Mexico - I love colorful houses like these. I need to visit somewhere like this.
Guanajuato, Mexico!!!! NO WONDER I LOVE THAT COLOR SO MUCH ITS IN MY BLOOD!
Guanajuato, Mexico....I love love love the colorful houses on the hill!!
Guanajuato, Mexico....el estudiante. Bucket listed.
Guanajuato, Mexico Beautiful place. I love it here.
guanajuato, mexico I LOVE the colorful buildings!
beautiful colorful buildings
Guanajuato, Mexico lindo ♥
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Olmec head- based on the black features its long been theorized that the Olmecs either came from Africa or that there was contact. Thor Heyerdahl and his various reed- rafting experiences suggest that transoceanic sailing with crude boats is possible
Olmec head - 1200 BCE to 400 BCE. Thought now to be portraits of rulers, no two heads are alike and the helmet- Mexico, (North America)
Olmec head - 1200 BCE to 400 BCE. Thought now to be portraits of rulers, no two heads are alike and the helmet-like headdresses are adorned with distinctive elements, suggesting personal or group symbols.
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Olmec head from Mexico
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olmecas the mother culture of all the cultures who existed in Mexico.
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