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Escultura tolteca,Museo del Sitio Tula

Escultura de El Viejo o Dios del Fuego Museo de Antropologia e Historia de Mexico

Quetzalcóatl, Codex Borbonicus. 16th century, author unknown. This is the Aztec depiction of the sun god. Quetzal, from quetzalli (meaning 'beautiful') and cóatl (meaning 'serpent') In Aztec culture, he was brother to Tezcatlipoca. In Toltec culture, they were rivals.

Tolteca culture jade mask Mexico

Atlante con brazos en alto. Cultura Tolteca (Xochicalco, México) Autor: Fecha: 1168 Museo: Museo Nacional de Antropología de México Características: 55 cm altura Estilo: Material: Basalto

Xochipilli was the god of art, games, beauty, dance, flowers, and song in Aztec mythology. As the patron of writing and painting, he was called Chicomexochitl "Seven-flower", but he could also be referred to as Macuilxochitl "Five-flower". His wife was the human girl Mayahuel, and his twin sister was Xochiquetzal. Xochipilli was also the patron of both homosexuals and male prostitutes, a role possibly resulting from his being absorbed from the Toltec civilization.

Escultura cerámica mujer de arte precolombino en el Museo de Antropología de México

Head of a Rain God, 10th–11th century Mexico; Maya-Toltec.

Ceramica tolteca Museo de Antropologia e H.de Mexico

Cabeza Tolteca Escultura autoctona Escultor Salvador Andrade Valdivia

While stone relief panels with this image decorate architectural structures at Tula, capital of the Toltec people in central Mexico, and at the Maya site of Chichén Itzá in Yucatan, this example of carved limestone was apparently found in the northern part of the Mexican state of Veracruz. It depicts a raptor in profile. The head is bent and the impressive bird pecks at a tri-lobed object held in a massive talon. The motif is believed to represent an eagle devouring a human heart. In ancient...

Ceramica Tolteca Museo de Antropologia e H.de Mexico

Escultura de sacerdote tolteca Museo de Antropologia e Historia

Dos figuras, con falda y con tocado. Cultura Tolteca (Ecatepec, México) Autor: Fecha: 900-1250 Museo: Museo Nacional de Antropología de México

Escultura en Terracota. Posiblemente procedente de Colima o Jalisco.

Escultura antropomorfa Tumbas de tiro, Occidente de México 200 - 900 d. C. Arcilla 40 x 22 x 28 cm. Colección CONACULTA-INAH-MEX Ubicación: Sala 1, Museo de Historia Mexicana www.3museos.com

Guerrero tolteca policromado INAH

Estela tolteca Museo de Antropologia e Historia Mexico

Toltec priest wearing the flayed skin of a sacrificed victim.

Cultura tolteca Tula-Mexico

Ethiopia, Axum - 4th to 7th century Head, Falasha Artist (terra cotta ceramic) by RasMarley, via Flickr