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MOCHE, PERU  FIGURAL VESSEL, C.E. 200-600  TERRA-COTTA WITH WHITE AND RED-IRON OXIDE SLIP  7 5/8" X 5 1/8" X 7 1/4"  GIFT OF DR. RUSHTON E. PATTERSON JR. 96.6.2

MOCHE, PERU FIGURAL VESSEL, C.E. 200-600 TERRA-COTTA WITH WHITE AND RED-IRON OXIDE SLIP 7 5/8" X 5 1/8" X 7 1/4" GIFT OF DR. RUSHTON E. PATTERSON JR. 96.6.2

fashion prints for s/s 15 by waqas pervez, via Behance

fashion prints for s/s 15 by waqas pervez, via Behance

MEXICO (JALISCO)  MALE FIGURE, 100 B.C.E.-C.E. 250  TERRA-COTTA  18 1/8" X 10 5/8" X 10 5/8"  GIFT OF HARRAH'S ENTERTAINMENT, INC. 98.6.2

MEXICO (JALISCO) MALE FIGURE, 100 B.C.E.-C.E. 250 TERRA-COTTA 18 1/8" X 10 5/8" X 10 5/8" GIFT OF HARRAH'S ENTERTAINMENT, INC. 98.6.2

Brooks Museum    Remojades (Vera Cruz, Mexico)  Standing Female Figure, C.E. 500-900  Painted terra-cotta  22 3/8” x 21”x 5”  Gift of the Director’s Council 95.1.2

Brooks Museum Remojades (Vera Cruz, Mexico) Standing Female Figure, C.E. 500-900 Painted terra-cotta 22 3/8” x 21”x 5” Gift of the Director’s Council 95.1.2

CHANCAY, PERU (CENTRAL COAST)  STANDING FIGURE, CA. 1000-1400 (B.C.E. OR C.E.?)  PAINTED TERRA-COTTA  25 1/4" X 13" X 6 3/4"  GIFT OF DR. RUSHTON E. PATTERSON JR. 95.3

CHANCAY, PERU (CENTRAL COAST) STANDING FIGURE, CA. 1000-1400 (B.C.E. OR C.E.?) PAINTED TERRA-COTTA 25 1/4" X 13" X 6 3/4" GIFT OF DR. RUSHTON E. PATTERSON JR. 95.3

n addition to the restored ruins currently found in Belize such as Caracol, Xunantunich, Altun Ha, and Lamanai, many other large sites exist still hidden away in the remote jungles all across the country. Many of these are known, but many undoubtedly remain undiscovered. Archaeology expeditions continue every year in search of new finds. The caves of Belize are also renowned for the Mayan treasures that have been found deep inside their chambers. Caves were sacred sites for the Mayans, and…

n addition to the restored ruins currently found in Belize such as Caracol, Xunantunich, Altun Ha, and Lamanai, many other large sites exist still hidden away in the remote jungles all across the country. Many of these are known, but many undoubtedly remain undiscovered. Archaeology expeditions continue every year in search of new finds. The caves of Belize are also renowned for the Mayan treasures that have been found deep inside their chambers. Caves were sacred sites for the Mayans, and…

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