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Cacaxtla Mural Hombre Jaguar

San Bartolo is a remote site in the Guatemalan rainforest and was only discovered in 2001. Most of the structures at the site date to the Late Preclassic and overlie older Middle Preclassic architecture, although the city was reoccupied in the Late Classic. San Bartolo possesses one of the most important Preclassic murals yet found.Guatemala

Mayan mural, National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico City

Xochiquetzal (Aztec goddess).Diosa Azteca de la tierra, de las flores, de las plantas, de los juegos, de la danza, pero especialmente del amor.

Cacaxtla is the name of a Late Classic (600-900 CE) city in the Puebla Valley, Tlaxcala, Mexico. At its height, Cacaxtla had a population of about 10,000 Olmeca-Xicalanca people. The site is known for its beautiful Maya art-influenced murals and architecture. the amazing colors of Cacaxtla's murals--rich blues, reds, yellows, and browns. The depth of detail is equally captivating

Composition, 1961 by Rufino Tamayo, pintor mexicano.

Arte maya contemporaneo. México

David Alfaro Siqueiros

The great Mexican muralist David Alfaro Siqueiros

Jaguar Cuauhxicalli. Eran recipientes de piedra ceremoniales usado por los mexicas/aztecas para colocar los corazones de los sacrifios humanos. Un cuahuxicalli era frecuentemente decorado con motivos zoomórficos, comúnmente águilas o jaguares. El jaguar fue xtraido de la zona arqueológica del Templo Mayor en la Ciudad de México y que se encuentran en el Museo del Templo Mayor. Cultura mexica, período Posclásico. Tenochtitlan, México. mcba.

Representacion de las Pinturas Rupestres de las Cuevas de San Francisco, San Ignacio, Baja California Sur, Mexico


Mural of the Great Goddess of Teotihuacan Photo by:abracapocus


Pan - Mosiac 2nd/3rd century CE, Antioch

Ancient Mayan wall Frescos from a room in the Maya archaeological site Bonampak in the Mexican state of Chiapas.

Ix Chel is a Moon Goddess and, appropriately, her domain in the land of the Maya is the Caribbean coast where a temple built to Her is still a destination for pilgrims who visit Her island of Cozumel. During ancestral times, pregnant Maya women would paddle to the island to beseech Ix Chel's blessings for a healthy happy family.

Mayan Jungle Jaguar

Olmec figure holding jaguar baby, jadeite 1150-500 BCE

Palenque is perhaps the most studied and written about of Maya sites