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Precolumbian 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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Ancient Mayan, Stucco Portrait Head, AD 550-850

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ANCIENT ART

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Mayan Half Skull/Half Face Mask - Guatemala - 6th-9th century AD

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Urn Figure Head Fragment, c. 200-500 Mexico, Oaxaca, Zapotec

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Urn Figure Head Fragment

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Maya Figurines Preclassic Period 1800 BCE-250 CE

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Teotihuacan, ancient Mexico, c. 200 - 650 AD. Excellent and HUGE molded terracotta head from a statue. With sensitively sculpted features and elaborate headdress.

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Teotihuacan, Mexico. Pre-Aztec Teotihuanaca Artifacts for Sale

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Totonac Sculpted Heads

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Totonac Sculpted Heads

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Human head broken from a figurine. "Coffee-bead"-shaped eyes recall many figurine types from the Valley of Mexico and surrounding Central Highlands. Preclassic Mexico 1200 - 500 BC

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Human effigy head | MFA for Educators

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Mayan Terracotta Sculpture of a Head - Origin: Mexico Circa: 500 AD to 900 AD Dimensions: 5.75 (14.6cm) high Collection: Pre-Columbian Medium: Terracotta

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lu-k-h: “Visage d’homme. Mexique (600-900 apr.J.-C.) ”

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FRANSWAZZ

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Head of Maize Goddess (?) | Dallas Museum of Art

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Head of Maize Goddess (?)

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