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    pre-columbian terracotta heads & figurines

    A part of these Pre-columbian Maya heads and figurines came from a collection from the Dutch adventurer/explorer prof. dr. Anthonie Stolk. He claimed he had discovered an ancient city of the Chibcha indians in the Amazon jungle.


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    Pre-Columbian:Ceramics, Important, Dramatic Maya Head of the Old Fire God for DispensingIncense Smoke...

    Important, Dramatic Maya Head of the Old Fire God for | Lot #50425 | Heritage Auctions

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    Pre-Columbian:Ceramics, Head of Eagle Warrior. Veracruz. A.D. 300 - 700. Ceramic, traces ofred paint. Height 11 1/2 in. Width 9 1/4 in.. This l...

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    Modeled Head of a Nobleman Mexico, Northern Lowlands, Maya, 600-900 LACMA

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    anatolia 6000bc

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    Ancient Mayan stucco head, Classic Period (300-900), originates from the Usumacinta region. Courtesy & currently located at the Musées Royaux d’art et d’Histoire, Brussels, Belgium. Photo taken by Michel wal.

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    ANCIENT ART — Maya stucco heads from Palenque, Mexico. These...

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    Nazca vessel

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    stone shell

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    pre columbian whistle

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    Lambayeque brownware vessel. Naymlap libation vessel from the North Coast of Peru. "Lord Naymlap" is the mythological founder of the pre-Chimu dynasty of the Sican-Lambayeque culture of Northern Peru. He is identified as having a human face with slanted eyes and tattoos. He is often surrounded by other figures representing his descendants - the "children of Naymlap". Incised lines and dots under his eyes are tears; symbolic of rain.

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    Chimu silbador whistle vessel

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    Chimu blackware vessel with a man on a fish

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    Chimu blackware lama vessel

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    Chimu double stirrup sprout vessel

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    Chimu double stirrup sprout vessel (2)

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    pachamama

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    pre columbian stone idol

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    pre columbian shaman

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